I finished reading a book the other day, titled “The Shack.” This story reminded me a lot like the U-Stripe It & Design Tool. I thought the book was really good, however if it wasn’t for the main character, Mackenzie, I would not have completely understood it.
The story was about this man, named Mackenzie, who was wrestling with timeless questions, the main one being: Where is God in a world so filled with unspeakable pain? Now, I’m not the smartest man out there nor am I the dumbest. I believe I am like the “everyday person”. I am a blue collar, hard working man, with a college degree.
When it came to this story, without Mackenzie, I wouldn’t have understood anything about the book. I would have wanted to finish reading it, but not being a scholar, religion major, priest, a person that religiously studies the bible, the book was way over my head. The great thing about it is that Mackenzie felt the same way. Everything told to him in the book had to be explained to him, so he (the “everyday person”) could understand what was happening. Therefore, I was able to keep reading the book and enjoyed it very much.
How does this remind me of the U-Stripe It & Design Tool? Well first of all, if you are not a designer or a professional painter you might put off painting something very special on your walls and just paint them plain, one color. If you have the U-Stripe It & Design Tool, the “everyday person” can use this tool and paint any design they want on their walls, hassle free. Everyone wants the end result of painting stripes or other designs, which is the great look, but never took that adventure because they didn’t believe they could do it.
Well now you can. Now
I can. Thanks to the U-Stripe It &
Design Tool (Mackenzie, right?) All of
us “Everyday People” can design too.
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U-Stripe It & Design Tool-Review and Giveaway
After buying a very run-down hundred-year-old house, my husband and I are quickly learning that our plans for the future aren’t about what to renovate, but are about what to renovate first. Half of the house is an unfinished addition and the other half was last updated in the late seventies, so there are very few areas that don’t need to go through major changes to turn our house into the palace that we dream of. To read more go to:http://www.mommykatandkids.com/2011/02/u-stripe-it-painting-and-design-tool-review-and-giveaway.html