RainbowFire - Journal Entries

July 2021

Thu Jul 29:

Bonjour! Je m’appelle Sam. 🎶 Comment t’appelles tu? Comment t’appelles tu? Comment t’appelles tu? 🎶that little snippet is from Sesame Street.

“Mom, I really want to get you into gaming. You’d like Minecraft – you can draw what you build.”

“Awww. Pixie don’t have no friends so he wants to play with his mama!”

The Boy’s expression was priceless – lmao

Yesterday I had a serious craving for a Tim’s apple fritter – I almost gave into getting vegan donuts. But I didn’t. Aren’t you proud a me! Today I decided to use Bob’s Redmill paleo baking flour to make something – I made pancakes and put the rest of the mixture in two ramekins and threw them in the oven – I made a big mess and I had to wait for the oven to cool a bit before scraping what I could off the rack/walls and eating.

I don’t recommend throwing stuff in the oven.

Just when I was saying to myself, I haven’t seen Glowbee in ages, I got to see some pics of her today; shaping up to be a Masterchef.

Business is the exchange of values. In a business transaction, each transactor assigns a higher value to what it receives than what it provides. A customer who buys a sweater at 50$ values the sweater more than the 50$, while the seller values the 50$ more than the sweater. The value of an item is thus not purely material or monetary but may be emotional in nature. A value may also be anticipatory: One might “overpay” for an ice cream machine, for example, because of an expectation that it will generate future income. In this sense, business is sometimes defined as the exchange of current value for future value

Thing # 1

I am holding my French workbook and I was overjoyed when I opened it, cause I was expecting a bunch of boring black and white pages but they are colourful and have illustrations of cute little frogs and bees and peoples. Oh joy!

Sit Apple! Sit! Play nice with Google! Good boy!

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