I Believe -Stephanie Hunter

  • I believe candy and potato chips, not together, are appropriate for any meal.
  • I believe the Oreo is the best cookie and that Extreme Denali Moosetracks is the best icecream.
  • I believe in running marathons for the free goodies at the finish line – for this reason alone, I recommend St. George.
  • I believe camping is a relaxing vacation.
  • I believe in brand loyalty.
  • I believe everything happens for a reason.
  • I believe in soul mates, past lives, and human connection.
  • I believe in the documentary I AM.
  • I believe in signaling but only rarely in using the windshield wipers.
  • I believe that men tend to be better drivers than women but only because they are overly confident in their driving abilities.
  • I believe that human nature is fundamentally good.
  • I believe people are capable of change but that change is hard, so people choose not to.
  • I believe women are susceptible to, and capable of ridiculous amounts of manipulation.
  • I believe in dissecting human nature to find out the line where people are no longer comfortable.
  • I believe people should have to pass a test before getting married and reproducing.
  • I believe all forms of music can be therapeutic.
  • I believe in tradition.
  • I believe in always playing the devil’s advocate, rooting for the underdog and giving second chances.
  • I believe in tough love.
  • I believe in donating blood every 56 days – starve a mosquito, donate blood.
  • I believe in alternative medicine, and that orange juice can cure just about anything.
  • I believe Doris Day is an amazing actress; that Daniel Craig is the best James Bond there has been, and that Neil Diamond is epic.

I can’t believe I rewrote this blog post three times.


2 thoughts on “I Believe -Stephanie Hunter

  1. meaganmthornton April 15, 2015 / 8:10 pm

    This list made me laugh out loud and nod my head in appreciation. A great compilation of beliefs. Way to write this 3 times. I’m still curious about the unpublished ones. -Meagan


  2. meaganmthornton April 21, 2015 / 10:14 pm

    Oh my! Windshield wipers! I always wonder if other people actually use those.
    A science teacher in my high school came up with a brilliant idea. Parent testing; couples have to take a test that will determine if they can repopulate or not. He had a whole lecture about it. At the end of his lecture he asked “can you image being the person in charge of telling someone if they can repopulate?” My best friend and I took that upon ourselves. For the rest of the week, we walked around the hallways and just pointed at people saying ‘yes’ or ‘no’. It still makes me laugh out loud. -Cassie Goff


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