Once I met with a doctor while raising funds. To the uninitiated, or any infants reading along: as a general rule, doctors make about the same amount of money in a month that ministers do in a good 8-month stretch. So to meet with them for support is likely going to be a really good situation.
But this particular appointment took a really, REALLY good turn Continue reading “About Doctors, Ski Boats, and Menstrual Cycles.”
I’d love to tell you that I always respond appropriately to absurdity, but I often just hang up the phone and shake my head, formulating how I will respond if the situation ever arises again.
So I am totally prepared if someone ever calls me a Nigerian scammer (again). I certainly wasn’t ready for it the last time. Here’s roughly how it went down: Continue reading “About being compared to an international scam artist.”
You know what that local minister needs? Expired coupons.
I’m sure of it. If you asked him what he needed, expired coupons for cat food would be near the top of his list. He doesn’t have a cat, but that’s not the point. Don’t those things have a cash value of .0001 cents? Take a stack of them to the Continue reading “About Cat Coupons, Flip Phones, and Taco Condiments”
Three years ago, I challenged you to join our support team. You told me that you would love to support us, but that you had just made a three year commitment to the building fund at your church. I wrote down
Continue reading “About the Code Language You Are Speaking”
I never really know how to deal with kids on the phone. First, let’s get something out in the open: you are either a 20 year-old girl or an 11 year-old boy Continue reading “About Your Apathetic Kids”