Thank you to Mr. Nevin for cluing me into this funny man. Christian, wry humor. My cup of tea, especially as a quieter, introvert Christian. It starts off with a funny retelling of the prodigal son, goes into reviewing intimidating Christmas newsletters, “perfect” Christian families and a lot of other nonsense. Wonderful. Enjoy.
“Since someone in your family had breast cancer before the age of 50, and you’re turning (jackhammer and car horns) soon, I’m going to have you start doing two mammograms a year–for the rest of your life! Does that sound good to you, you little dreamer?”* Oh, the prick of mortality on this little millennial’s soul. I stumbled out to the waiting room to … Read More Millennial Girl & Pricks of Mortality
Many people, I’ve learned, choose to have closed minds and closed hearts. They do what they do, like what they like, hate who they hate and think they’re right 99% of the time–the 1% they’re “wrong” is them being gracious. They may chew on something you present, to the best of your knowledge and patience, that is novel and slightly interesting to them–only to … Read More Author: Veganism & Responding to Rude People (Bring Nunchuks | Humor)