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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I’ve got an obsession. Want to know what it is? I’ll give you a hint, it starts with frozen and ends in yogurt.
Every Tuesday is two punch Tuesday at TCBY and I am very proud to have surpassed filling one punch card.
Right next to my apartment building is Mochi, another frozen yogurt joint. And then there’s Red Mango, I have a lot of coupons for red Mango.
My pal Alicia lent me the Bible there. It’s the ESV study Bible, it’s awesome. I’ve got a study Bible and I’ve got an ESV Bible, but it just isn’t the same as an ESV study Bible.
Also this week, I finished my still life painting for class!
One and a half school assignments down and half to go. As I write this I’m procrastinating from finishing a paper for a reporting class.
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Tagged art, esv bible, food, food art, frozen yogurt, Gainesville, Mochi, oil paint, painting, Photography, red mango, Reporting, tcby, Writing, yogurt
I finished one of my first colour oil paintings. The subject: food.
I know that during winter you are supposed to eat a lot of soup and hot chocolate, in fall you eat turkey, pies, and cider, and for summer it’s citrus and ice cream.
But what should I be eating in the spring?
Seriously, someone tell me.
This is an example of a summer food and, even though I associate citrus with the hot weather, it’s in season basically all the time here in Florida.
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Tagged art, drawing, food, food art, ice cream, oil, orange, painting, Photography, recipes, seasons, spring, still life
Raise your hand if you have ever procrastinated. I don’t care if you’re in public. Just do it, it makes life more fun.
There are plenty of things I should be doing. These include cleaning, school work, church work, finishing a painting and grocery shopping. Instead I’m playing with my food and blogging.
All week long the weather has been beautiful. I really thought Gainesville would get through an entire week without rain for the first time this semester.
And then I walked outside this morning. I mean it wasn’t like I was walking through 3 foot deep puddles, but still. I just want one week where my hair isn’t affected by humidity.
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Tagged art, books, food, food art, grapefruit, Photography, procrastination, rain, recipes, Writing