Random Vivi Facts

Circulating around Facebook is this trend of sharing a random set of facts about yourself. The people who comment get assigned a number and then they have to do their own set of random facts. Some people go silly or more thoughtful but most try to list items that most people won’t know.  I acquired […]

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This Week In Vivi- Week 1

I love introducing things and not keeping up with them; It isn’t love per se but it is fun to introduce things. My thoughts and dreams are bigger than my actions which can be attributed to part lazy and part over ambition. I have been trying  to live my life with more realistic expectations of […]

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The Bible: Sleepytime Crucifixion

The last segment. I don’t have many notes because I fell asleep during it. It is the boring part. Uplifting if you care about Jeezy word being spread. For everyone else, Paul walked and walked and then the apocalypse happened. At least that is what I think what happened in this. Again I fell asleep. Oh […]

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The Bible: A Violent Hope of New Mission

Watched the next two segments: Hope and Mission Hope I didn’t have as much to say. It was super violent, more than the others and I also had a thugcat cuddling with me for most of the episode.  Makes it hard to type. I don’t remember the part of the Bible with cannibalism. I might […]

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The Bible- And the Band (Army) Played On

Again, if you are sensitive to this material and what might be said– Stop here. This episode was called “Homeland” and strangely it didn’t have Abbie Patikin. Sadface. It did have lots of war. I guess this is the war period of the Bible. The “You can never take our freedom” portion. Joshua wants to […]

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Historical Figures Unite

When Jesus comes to Earth he will be incognito for a little while. But if you want to find him he will use the codename Moses Dragnet. Combining his favorite Biblical character (other than himself) and his favorite 50s cop show. At the Renaissance Faire we went to this past weekend our Elizabeth was a […]

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