featuring Do You Wanna Build a Snowman Parody and other things
by Nicole Marie Hilton, Thursday, October 6th, 2022
If there’s one thing that will help you get through anything, it’s faith–the belief that you are alive for a reason and that life is worth living–even if you have to cling to life by the skin of your teeth.
This also ties into hope. I have the hope that I will be able to bring Heaven here on earth. I hope that Jesus Christ is hearing me, and even responding to me when I can’t feel it.
But, sometimes…you’ve just gotta laugh. I’ve found out that there are times to laugh, times to cry, times to let yourself feel bad about a situation, and times to hope that a silver lining is coming soon.
And sometimes, it takes faith and hope to laugh.
I’ve had this kind of faith and hope before, and I’m sure I’m exercising it again.
So here’s a couple of movies, pictures, conversations–what-have-you–that I’ve made in the past with friends, sometimes during the darkest times in my life–I hope that they will provide a nice distraction from whatever hard thing is happening in your life.
Once, I was looking up with my name means. Afterwards, I remembered that my first married name was “Nicole Hack,” so I looked up what that meant as well.
I could just hear Jesus laughing…
How does a polygamist hippie count his wives? 1 Mrs. Hippie, 2 Mrs. Hippie, 3 Mrs. Hippie…(I figured he’d just give up when he got too high)
After losing three fingers on my right hand, I asked my doctor if I’d still be able to write with it. She replied, “maybe, but I wouldn’t count on it.”
Noah had just landed the ark. He told all of the animals to go forth and multiply. And then he saw two snakes sitting in a corner, crying. He asked them, “What’s going on? I told you to go forth and multiply!” The snakes replied, “Yeah, we know–but we’re adders.”
Never buy flowers from a monk…remember, only YOU can prevent Florist Friars.
What kind of tea is hard to swallow? Reality.
What did the green grape say to the purple grape? “OH MY GOSH! BREATHE! BREATHE!”
And the Lord said unto John, “Come fourth and receive Eternal Life…” but John came fifth and won a toaster.
And now, a little bit of wisdom from my alter-ego, Dorcus Dixon: