Yesterday I decided to clean out the utility room. It’s the area in the house where our heater, water heater and sub-pump are. There is also plenty of space for other things in there like cans of paint, tools, the ironing board and other “utility” type stuff. I cleaned it out and swept and mopped the floor. It has newer drywall, should I paint the room? My husband laughed when I asked him the same question. “Why would you paint it, it’s just a utility room?” I don’t know, will it add value to the house or something? Is your utility room painted?
Things like this only happen in Iowa. Marion, which isn’t far from where I live, is home to Linn Mar High School. Officials at the school recently changed a few rules. From now on “grinding” is no longer allowed at dances. They define grinding as “a student dancing in front of another student with their body pressed into his or her crotch.” There just happens to be a school dance coming up on 2-25 but some students won’t attend as they have arranged to have their own dance the night. Students rented the local America Legion hall, hired police officers for security and are calling it “Grindfest 2012.” I so love this story. If I was still in High School I would definitely be going to Grindfest. (Although I probably would tell my parents I was going to the other dance.) This is the stuff movies are made of. Rumor has it that these kids are also selling T-shirts and they have a Facebook page. If I can find it, I will share the link.
Throwing glitter bombs at presidential candidates has become a favorite pastime of many activists these days. I think it’s a hilarious gesture; I would love somebody to throw a glitter bomb at me! I love things that are sparkly and fun, so a glitter bomb would literally be “the bomb.” I also think it’s kind of funny that the activists throw these bombs at people who are in opposition of gay-marriage and even funnier is that it’s considered assault and battery. God is great, glitter is good. Feel free to throw glitter bombs at me
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