Even though it's Friday (Who's not happier on Friday?), there's still a little work to be done, such as spring cleaning the cobwebs from our minds, which is what Friday Fragments is great for--Time to unload the bits and pieces that are too small for stand-alone posts but too important to just discard. Shall we?
Lisleman mentioned the problem in one of his End of Time fragments last week:
*Why cut the grass? The end is near! [Sadly, this is no longer a good excuse.]
*Why do the laundry? Don't you get fresh, white clothes in heaven?
He offered up plenty of other gems, but these really made me smile, so Lisleman, the award goes to you this week!
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Another favorite fragment I read this week came from my cousin, Lisa, who started raising chickens this year (for fun). She posted this on her Facebook wall:
Went out to feed my chickens and was shocked when they attacked my painted toenails!!! Guess they never saw me without shoes and socks and thought my toenails were treats, like pieces of strawberries, LOL....actually ouch:)
Sorry, Lisa, but that makes for a funny visual :)
When I was about 12 years old, someone paid for me to go to Camp U-nah-li-ya (YMCA camp).
It was the vacation of a lifetime. I felt so free; free to take a walk, free from chores, free from stresses at home, free from commitments. The freedom was exhilarating, and I will never forget it.
If you ever consider sponsoring a child's summer camp, don't hesitate; you can create memories to last a lifetime.
Now it's your turn! [Sorry, if you link up a post that is not a Friday Fragments post, it will be deleted. For more info about FF, click on the tab above.]