My mom did one of those, ‘Oh that book looks interesting, I’ll pick it up and see if it’s any good’ book picks at the library the other day and now I’m on like page 53 or something. It’s called Weird by Craig Groeschel. It’s awesome. You need to read it. I’m going to google image it and see if I can add it to the post.
I tried to write a quick post a couple days ago about this documentary I watched with my parents called, Tapped, but I was having technological issues. Boo. It’s about bottled water and the big companies that you thought were rich because of their chocolate (Nestle) and coke (Coca Cola), but are really rich from taking free water, not cleaning it, putting it in bottles that leech harmful chemicals that cause cancer and death into the water, making everybody think that it’s somehow cleaner than the strictly regulated and tested tap water, and then selling it for a bajillion times the price they produced it for. You have to watch it. You also have to watch Forks Over Knives, Food Inc., Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead, Waiting for Superman, and this 9/11 one I watched years ago. Documentaries inspire awe in me. I want to make one someday soon.
I ‘hung out'(I really hate the phrase, but I don’t know how else to say it without sounding proper) with most of my Turning Point senior friends yesterday night–Oh how I miss them and enjoy their company!
Okay, now back to using my time wisely.