1. notleia says:

    Well that’s no fun, not outing the book you’re referring to in the weird Mormon metaphor.

  2. notleia says:

    Hijack thred:

    I wanna take a moment to express how much I love Marie Kondo, especially when I hear from my dad that my aunts are digging out the 12th boxed set of silverware from Grandma’s closet, the one that belonged to great Aunt Anna, not the one that belonged to great Grandma Mildred.

    Also she validates my impulse to apologize to inanimate objects, except I find it a lot more helpful to do what she does and thank the objects before I toss them in the donate pile/dumpster.

    “You are a fancy, sexy appliance, Dyson Ball vacuum cleaner, and you were awesome when you worked, but I can’t figure out how to fix your stuck brush bar and I can’t really justify keeping you in the closet for another 3 years when I already bought a cheap Dirt Devil that I can easily disassemble and fix.”

    “Heyyy good-looking synthetic-fiber slacks, you made my butt look hot but since I haven’t managed to get an office job in 5 years maybe it’s time you find someone else’s butt to enhance.”

  3. Hi, Becky! What you’ve said makes sense: “The point is, nothing will fly in the face of the Christian message or of the moral values.”

What do you think?