Do you remember the time you took a friend to the new church you are trying out and at the end of the service, an elderly gentlemen asked your friend if she did any modeling, specifically modeling of time period clothing?
Oh, that's right. That was me. That was the friend I brought to church. That was a man showing my friend photos of women dressed up in colonial garb on his phone. I do not have words.
In other news, it's Spring Break, baby, and this means the Sullivans plan to fully embrace lollygagging.
Side note: I am working hard for lollygagging to make a comeback in daily conversation. Starting today. Starting now.
Our new favorite part of the AT (that's Appalachian Trail for all of you far away peeps) is open, and nothing encourages lollygagging more than sitting in the sun on a giant piece of grass at the top of a mountain. I realize there are five prepositions in the second part of the previous sentence, but I do not care to fix it. I am too taken by the mountains.
Anyway, this post was intended to communicate three things with you:
1. You need a prethought out response for elderly men who ask your friends about modeling time period clothing in church. You may think you will have a witty, quick on your feet answer, but you won't.
2. Please consider using the word lollygag today as many times as possible. Join me in this revolution.
3. The biggie: It is almost the first Thursday of the month and this means it's time for #RiskRejection. Will you join us? I'd love to hear about the risks you are taking in life. Use a video, photograph, blog post, or have your oldest child record you taking the risk you shared about last month. Oh, wait, that's me again.
Need a few examples about this whole #RiskRejection thing?
One more example.
Look, at me, I can go all day. Here's another example.
The link-up is open Thursday to Sunday, but only on the first Thursday of every month.
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