I have just ended a weekend spent in Tampa with some of my favorite people. Every morning I woke up to the sun rising over the beach.
The bulk of the weekend was spent in fellowship with my sisters in Christ and the rest was spent with wonderful food.
We spent the first night there in search of dinner on the crazy Tampa highways. During our hour-long fight against traffic ourcar spotted a Whole Foods store to our right.
We were pretty stoked.
We returned the next day and spent a few hours shopping and sampling in the grocery store. That is where I purchased this super great organic tea. And as the label promises, it made me feel like Zeus.
The most exciting part of the weekend also occurred on our first night there. My sister and a friend of mine spotted a familiar looking man getting off the elevator in our hotel lobby. He pasted by me and said hello. He even sounded familiar.
Then things in my sister’s mind clicked, “He’s that one guy, from all those movies!”
I approached him asking if he was an actor, he was indeed the Larry Miller. He was really nice and talked to us for a small amount of time.
You may recognize him from Pretty Woman, 10 Things I Hate About You, Nutty Professor, Princess Diaries, Seinfeld, For Your Consideration and a ton more shows and movies.
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It’s March, therefore it’s March mustache Madness.
I also have recently been reading books about the circus. I love seeing the old pictures of circus animals, fat ladies, trapeze artist and, of course, bearded ladies.
Someone should take me to the Ringling Circus Museum in Sarasota.
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So I somehow accidentally bought three cases of Snapple. Not to point fingers but, I blame Kaitlynn Floyd.
Now with three fruity flavors and 18 new pieces of information I feel hydrated and a little smarter. With exams next week I’ll take all the knowledge I can get.
Did you know:
The average lead pencil can draw a line 35 miles long or write roughly 50,000 English words.
The only jointless bone in the body is in your throat.
On average a man spends about 5 months of his life shaving.
While on the subject of hydration, I’ve recently learned that coffee dehydrates your body.
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