uʍop ǝpısdn pǝuɹnʇ

Sometimes it’s good to have your world ʍuop ǝpısdn pǝuɹnʇ. Occasionally (when at the desk) on Thursday nights at 9pm I hang out over at Rhett and Link Live. Two fellas that are internetainers for a living and that God has blessed with a clean and unique sense of humor. Their shows turns the week ʍuop ǝpısdn for me sometimes, taking a few days that might have been a struggle and the light at the end of the tunnel comes more quickly.

tweetflipperI enjoyed interviewing them on the podcast, and then hooked up with a friend that helps make their show possible. Brian Layman is in control of the Skype calls and does some other magic for them, and from what I am learning now, he’s a talented developer. After the show last night we connected via Twitter and Skype. His name on Twitter looked like nothing I had seen before. It was uʍop ǝpısdn! Little did I know that he was putting the finishing touches on a new website called TweetFlipper.com. One thing led to the next, the excitement couldn’t be contained and he let me actually leak it out to the Twitterverse. Sure, some people will be annoyed by it, but maybe they should turn their attitudes uʍop ǝpısdn? Hopefully you’ve appreciated me not posting an entire blog uʍop ǝpısdn?

A few things I am looking forward to being turned uʍop ǝpısdn: the economy and those without a job at the moment, each life that is a part of the new Digital Disciples gatherings, and the ability to bring more joy into my daughter’s lives.

And a few things I am thrilled have already been turned uʍop ǝpısdn: attending a church that I love, having this nice new blog to share my life with you, and God blessing me with a job and enough to get by in life.

How about you? What are some things you might want to see turned uʍop ǝpısdn? Would be thrilled to pray for you today! Have a great weekend!

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