Hey Kids! Its soooo fun to text and chat and drive, isn’t it? 
And totally nessacary!
in fact, before texting and cell phones, people couldn’t actually communicate at all, and cars were not able to be powered, either!
How people got anything done is just one of those mysteries that may be explained if you looked hard enough in the Bible. 
So don’t let anyone tell you smart, smart folks not to text, chat, and drive all at once, because YOU know the truth, don’t you? YOU know it is totally safe, huh? HUH??????
Oh, and it is SOOOOOOOO worth it, too. 

Hey Kids! Its soooo fun to text and chat and drive, isn’t it? 

And totally nessacary!

in fact, before texting and cell phones, people couldn’t actually communicate at all, and cars were not able to be powered, either!

How people got anything done is just one of those mysteries that may be explained if you looked hard enough in the Bible. 

So don’t let anyone tell you smart, smart folks not to text, chat, and drive all at once, because YOU know the truth, don’t you? YOU know it is totally safe, huh? HUH??????

Oh, and it is SOOOOOOOO worth it, too. 

Last night I was reading a book that was set in the 1200’s. It’s a historical fiction book on the life of Montfort, and it goes between England and France a lot. There is a lot of fighting, courtly goings on, and excitement. My brain was really into it, full of images like this:

and this:

And then I suddenly came to this paragraph:  “…On the dais, beside the emperor’s throne, stood a man Simon recognized. He was Michael Scott, an astrologer, a panderer, a mountebank or worse, a black magician whom King Henry refused to hear.”

And suddenly my brain was like :