Jo-Lynne at Musing of a Housewife hosts a blog carnival called "What I Learned This Week." I occasionally join in...you know, during weeks when I've actually learn something.
Oh, I joke.
Soooo...What have I learned this week?
KJ-52 is pronounced "K J five two," and the KJ part stands for "King" and "Jonah" (Jonah is his first name, and "King" and "Jonah" refer to his previous rap moniker...like I know what I'm saying...) and the "five two" part stands for the five loaves and two fish.
I'm older than KJ-52.
I will Google strange things, even artists I'm mildly curious about after seeing them on JCTV, when I am confined to a recliner while propping my leg up for hours on end. (JCTV is a Christian music video channel that we now get thanks to the digital converter box. We may never get to watch NBC after it goes "all digital," but hey, we get this new station that is a favorite of Robert and Josiah. Clearly, it's a fair trade.)
I'm younger than Toby Mac. Oh, wait--I already knew that. I'm just trying to make myself feel a little better about being older than KJ-52.
Wait! Don't click away! How about this one...
The Herodium mountain is a man made mountain that King Herod had moved, bucket by bucket, to build his palace-fortress. (Go here and here to see photos of Herodium; go here and here to read about Herodium.) This is likely to be the mountain that Jesus referred to in Matthew 17:20, when He said, "...if you have faith as small as a mustard seed, you can say to this mountain, 'Move from here to there' and it will move. Nothing will be impossible for you."
Bucket by bucket...not "snap your fingers and it will happen." Hmmmm...
Visit Musing of a Housewife to see what others have learned this week! I can almost guarantee no one else will mention KJ-52 or Toby Mac.