I must admit, I have been ignoring my blog content lately. It is funny how coming up with good ideas for every day can be hard and confusing.
I am returning again to one of my favorites but different episodes. Kid President.
I am also including a little taste into one of my favorite cartoons “Simon’s Cat.” I hope you enjoy!
Until next time. You are NOT alone. –Jenn
“If you can’t think of anything nice to say you’re not thinking hard enough!”
Have you ever had a day where something fresh and fun is needed for a pick-up? I was looking for one this morning for writing inspiration, and I came back across Kid President. I forgot how much this little man impacted my mood.
This Kid, Robby, is just too funny. He is funny, smart and has the right idea all around! I can honestly say Robby inspires me and makes me giggle like a child. 🙂 I wanted to find out more about this Kid President, so I went on KidPresident.com and did some research.
Robby’s family launched a summer camp for kids who want to change the world. The student’s main wish was to leave the world better than they found it. After seeing the ideas of these young people, the family decided to put a spin on things and hear adult topics from the viewpoint of a kid or Kid President.
Kid President, was started by Robby’s family, specifically his brother-in-law Brad Montague, in Tennessee as a way to give kids a voice. The family is responsible for the website and content. The Montague family has been working for years to create things to help shape the way kids see the world and the way the world sees kids.
I hope that Kid President gives you a smile, giggle and a fresh new way of looking at things! And I sincerely believe you will learn something from him. Thanks Kid President!!!
Until next time, you are NOT alone! –Jenn
Welcome to Hump-Day ya’ll! You are halfway there, you can do it!!
Have a wonderful day. When you think you are having a bad day watch as Michy Batshuayi makes it through and embarrassingly epic fail. 🙂
Hump Day Scoop Facts for July 11, 2018
- Today July 11th is the 192nd day of 2018.
- 173 days remaining in the year.
- Today is the 28th Wednesday of 2018.
- Here in PA, sunrise is 5:43 a.m. and sunset 8:33 p.m.
- Today is:
- All American Pet Photo Day
- Bowdler’s Day
- Free Slurpee Day
- National Blueberry Muffin Day
- National Cheer Up the Lonely Day
- National Mojito Day
- National Rainier Cherries Day
- National Swimming Pool Day
- World Population Day
- The Moon today is a Waning Crescent. Illumination is growing smaller daily until New Moon.
- July’s birth flowers are the Water Lily (purity/majesty) and the Larkspur/Delphinium (strong bond of love, joy)
- 1750 Halifax, Nova Scotia, is almost completely destroyed by fire
- 1798 US Marine Corps established by an act of Congress
- 1804 VP Aaron Burr mortally wounds former Secretary of Treasury Alexander Hamilton in a pistol duel
- 1877 Kate Edger becomes New Zealand’s first woman graduate and the first woman in the British Empire to earn a Bachelor of Arts
- 1900 Charlotte Cooper becomes 1st female Olympic tennis champ and 1st individual female Olympic champion in any sport
- 1914 Babe Ruth debuts pitching for the Boston Red Sox, winning 4-3
- 1952 General Eisenhower nominated as Republican US Presidential candidate
- 1955 Congress authorizes all US currency to say “In God We Trust”
- 1977 US Medal of Freedom awarded posthumously to Rev Martin Luther King Jr
- 2011 Neptune completes its first orbit since its discovery on September 23, 1846
Here are a few random facts to use around the water cooler.
- Walter Frederick Morrison – the inventor of the Frisbee, was cremated and made into a Frisbee after he died.
- In 2015, more people were killed from injuries caused by taking a selfie than by shark attacks. 🙂
- The top six foods that make you fart: beans, corn, bell peppers, cauliflower, cabbage, and milk.
- Nearly 3% of the ice in Antarctic glaciers is penguin urine.
- It is illegal to own just one guinea pig in Switzerland because they get lonely.
Until next time. You are NOT alone. — Jenn
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