“brb, ttyl ok? wow, i saved a 'ton' of time with those acronyms.” ~Stephen ColbertI picked up this flyer at play school recently:
Apparently FISH is an acronym (though no one seems to know what it stands for) for a charitable organization that collects food. I'm glad I checked because this is what I was going to donate:
I picked this up at Kahneeta last weekend:
There were two of these originally. I used one, liked it and brought the other one home. But then I began to wonder: "Is it LA Fresh, the letters L and A like Los Angeles or La Fresh like La Pine or La Center?" It's not a big deal but if I'm going to ask if Target carries this brand of makeup remover, I don't want to sound like an idiot.
And, while I'm on the subject, I don't begin to understand why those towns are called "La Pine" and "La Center". How does it make sense to combine the Spanish feminine word for "the" with "pine" and "center"? I would really like to know what the people who named these towns were thinking.
And again, while I'm on the subject, where do you stand on the toiletries provided by hotels? I am usually of the "use some while I'm there but leave it all behind when I leave" school of thinking (the obvious exception being the recent makeup remover wipes). Jeff, on the other hand, is of the "use the bare minimum so we can pack it all up and drag it back home with us" school. It's not a point of friction in our marriage or anything, I just think he's crazy.
Finally, here is a recent Facebook conversation that took place between some of my friends and I that seemed to fit in nicely with the theme of this post. "TCC" for those of you not aware stands for "The Country Church."
Major shout-out to my Mom: you're the best!