Saturday, December 31, 2011

Top Eleven Things I Learned in 2011

  • I could switch jobs and still be very good at what I do for a living.
  • Avis disables the Four-Wheel drive on their Jeeps in Cozumel, Mexico.
  • Champagne Sabering is just about the coolest way to open a bottle of alcohol.
  • Nothing brings 60,000 people together like a good concert in the pouring rain.
  • No matter how many body builders and athletes I meet the strongest person I know is my two-year-old niece.
  • “Boy push-ups” aren’t just for boys.
  • 175 pounds of lean muscle is smaller and sexier than 169 pounds of flab.
  • A dog’s Achilles tendon is called the Superficial Digital Flexor.
  • Dogs can have Orthopedic Surgeons, Physical Therapists, Acupuncturists, and durable medical equipment.
  • The most beautiful words in the English language are, “it’s benign.”
  • You are never too old to make new friends.

1 comment:

Pastor Mark said...

Good list Chelle! Wish you 2 didn't have to learn about the Superficial Digital Flexor & all the canine Drs. through our pup niece. +_+ The Zmeister is the strongest in the land.