This and That

People! Get organized--less than twenty-four hours till the new episode of America's Next Top Model!

The newspaper reports that a local congregation is praising their youth pastor for confessing to a homicide he committed some time ago. One person quoted in the article called this pastor a hero, their position being that not many would confess after getting away with murder.

My new curling iron came with a tag warning me that this product could burn my eyes. There go all my plans to stick it into my eye sockets.

U23D--have you seen it? I will don the funky spectacles this weekend. I can't wait!

7 comments:

CJ Raymer said...

Hey Girl... are you feisty or what today? LOL! Yeah, I'm bummed about that whole, "do not shove in your eye sockets" thing as well. My favorite one though? "Do not use while in tub." Awwwwwww! Now there goes my approach to multi-tasking!

Have a terrific day, sweet friend!

XOXO CJ

Charles Gramlich said...

So all I have to do to become a hero is murder someone and then confess? What if I just assaulted someone and confessed? Can I still be a hero? Or maybe if I just robbed them?

I'm guessing that if I just cut someone off in traffic and confessed I don't get hero status.

Danette Haworth said...

Charles, you could probably also get a book deal.

CJ--haha!

courtney said...

The newspaper reports that a local congregation is praising their youth pastor for confessing to a homicide he committed some time ago. One person quoted in the article called this pastor a hero, their position being that not many would confess after getting away with murder.

*blink*

My new curling iron came with a tag warning me that this product could burn my eyes. There go all my plans to stick it into my eye sockets.

They don't want you to have ANY fun!

Ello said...

Gosh I haven't even heard of this! What is the story? How bizarre!

And fyi - love U2!!

Mary Witzl said...

Ummm...I stole dimes out of my mother's purse when I was five and spent them on candy corn at the local five and dime. And I considered cheating on a chemistry exam when I was a sophomore in college, but could not bring myself to do this. Plus, the teacher had cleverly scrambled questions to prevent cheating...

Aren't I something? Isn't everyone impressed with my goodness?

Danette Haworth said...

Mary,
You are the wind beneath my wings.