8 | MANDELA MONDAY | 8

8 | MANDELA MONDAY | 8

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we go over a handful of scriptures straight out of the King James Bible — Isaiah 11:6 and Matthew 6:9-13.

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - BLOOD SUGAR

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - BLOOD SUGAR

[Mostly] Wordless Wednesday is an I, Jak bi-weekly blog series where brevity is key! Or at least my brand of brevity... I understand that not everyone appreciates a lengthy entry!

So I'm once again attempting to get some matters of health in order. In doing so, I have the joy of keeping track of a pesky spiking culprit— My blood sugar levels.

7 | MANDELA MONDAY | 7

7 | MANDELA MONDAY | 7

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we take a stroll down memory lane, examining the theme song from an Emmy-winning children's television program — Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - MIDNIGHT

[MOSTLY] WORDLESS WEDNESDAY - MIDNIGHT

[Mostly] Wordless Wednesday is an I, Jak bi-weekly blog series where brevity is key! Or at least my brand of brevity... I understand that not everyone appreciates a lengthy entry!

This past Sunday the girlfriend and I had a random visitor in the middle of the evening — Midnight.

6 | MANDELA MONDAY | 6

6 | MANDELA MONDAY | 6

Welcome to Mandela Monday, a bi-weekly I, Jak blog series where we explore some of the residual evidence people claim has been left behind regarding the cited changes caused by the Mandela Effect — a phenomenon in which large groups of people have shared memories of specific facts and/or events contrary to the evidence that reality provides.

In this installment we focus on arguably one of the most popular chocolate-covered wafer bars produced by Nestle/Hershey — "Give me a break" being its long-standing slogan!