This is the last Friday of November 2018 AND the last Snack Pack of November 2018 so I haven’t put in any Christmasy things… yet! I’m saving it all up for December and I can’t wait.
This week we have a seventh-grader and her award-winning lead detection device that works with Bluetooth, how to detox from your smartphone, and some LEGO sets aimed for all the people who grew up but stayed young at heart. And on Twitter, we celebrate 7 years of having Phil in our ChurchMag family, rainbows, banana bread, and burnt toast. It’s as always, a little of everything and I hope that you find something that you like.
These New Gear-Operated Koi Fish and Shark LEGO Sets Aim to Decrease Stress in Adults. Playing LEGOs was always relaxing as a kid. I could get into these sets.
Seventh-grader Gitanjali Rao is a young Scientist, who upon learning about the Flint, Michigan water crisis, created an award-winning lead detection device, that sends rapid results to a smartphone over Bluetooth.
They say beans are the musical fruit but what about bananas?
Raise your hand if you spend too much time on your phone. raises both hands Raise your hand if you want to change that. waves both arms in the air In this article it talks about How to detox from your smartphone. I know we all need to do that.
— ChurchMag (@ChurchMag) November 29, 2018
GUYS, HOW AWESOME IS THAT!? Seven. Years.
Rainbow action happening out of my window right now!!! pic.twitter.com/k70CKof677
— James Cooper (@jpc101) November 29, 2018
Everyone needs a rainbow in their day.
Eating with spoons is basically taking it from a large bowl and putting it into a much smaller bowl with a stick on the end
— Maggie Bolden (@Swagdalene) November 26, 2018
This is what Twitter is for.
Normal me who has never watched @BritishBakeOff:
*makes banana bread the normal way*
The me who watches @BritishBakeOff:
*make banana bread as if it's very fancy and adds vanilla and chocolate chips and says, "no soggy bottoms”*
— allison dye (@alliedye) November 29, 2018
Also, my fake British accent makes it better too.
[inventing the toaster]
engineer: Ok it burns the bread if you put it at 4
chief engineer: perfect. Make it go up to 8
— schmox (@IvoryGazelle) November 26, 2018
For all those people that like to eat ashes for breakfast.
🌳: please remember to take a quick moment to look at nature
— here's your reminder (@tinycarebot) November 29, 2018
Rest your eyes.
when u are homeschooled and checking out all the youth group couples to figure out how dating works pic.twitter.com/BPZJRl0M1E
— matthew pierce (@MatthewEPierce) November 23, 2018
Takes one to know one.
I CANNOT HEAR YOU. SPEAK UP. https://t.co/cSRzOzeZJ0
— Christopher ⏳ Battles (@christophermust) November 17, 2018
So much yelling.
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