OK, all you Walking Dead fans! (My daughter, Kristen, included.) The latest app going around at work is Zombiebooth2.
Off the clock, I might add. 🙂
Anything to divert from the day to day emotional impact these nurses encounter from working with the critically ill.
Let me just make this perfectly clear. I by no means am a zombie fan, but I played along for purposes of this blog. To literally illustrate a point, I installed the free app. And this illustration is the PG version of what you could have gotten. Pretty scary if you ask me.
Funny thing, I had pink eye several weeks ago. Wish I’d known about this app then. I could have milked it for a few more sick days. LOL!
In all seriousness, with today’s technology, we can download apps on our smartphones to do everything under the sun. Tell us how to get from the couch to a 5K in 30 days, how to get across town in 15 minutes or less and avoid traffic congestion, and now how to turn ourselves into zombies. And that will be beneficial for what?! 🙂
If zombies aren’t your cup of tea, did you know there’s even an app to turn you into a man or woman of faith? And you don’t even have to leave your couch to do this one! 🙂 It’s called the YouVersion bible app. There’s no tricks to it. What you see is what you get. Your profile picture probably won’t look any different. But, oh how the “inside” you will flourish!
I encourage each of you to install it today! Besides being a handy little tool to search or read the Word of God, there are oodles of devotionals to choose from as well. Every topic under the sun. Except zombies. 🙂
Let’s all stop walking around like a bunch of zombies and instead join the living in making this world a better place. Sharing the love. Sharing the faith. Sharing our inner beauty.
Your beauty should not come from outward adornment, such as braided hair and the wearing of gold jewelry and fine clothes. Instead, it should be that of your inner self, the unfading beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which is of great worth in God’s sight.
1 Peter 3:3-4
Love and laughter,