Homilies, Musings, and What-not from a Lutheran Pastor
What a terrible way to spend your birthday! With a bunch of pastors!The worst.
A vision for ten years from now:Ain't got time to be old.Don't call 'em trousers and don't roll 'em either.Eat a peach if I damn well want to.At least that's the view from 60 from here! Eliot, Judas H Priest. Maybe I should retrace my steps back to Mother England -- but I ain't converting to the CofE lemme tell ya, I'm looking up the nearest ELCE parish!And Happy Birthday, in case I forget to post same on FB! This blog has been a big deal to me and many others.
Happy last unbirthday of your forties. I remember reading Elliot's "Love Song" in high school. Brings back some memories. Fortunately, it's the short-term memory that's the first to go!
Happy Birthday Will! Enjoy the start of this new decade.Your blog is a present to me. I have nothing to offer in return. Jeremy
Happy Birthday, this poem made me giggle.
What do 50 year old men wear? Boxers or briefs?Depends...Happy early Birthday Wil
Happy B-day, Pastor Weedon! Older, wiser, no worse for the wear...may you see many more!
Thanks, all. I appreciate the kind words. And Jeremy - your friendship is a blessing more dear than any blog posts. Pax!
:^)That made me laugh - I'm an old Eliot fan - not as old as you though!Many happy returns, William.PS I tried Atkins once; it worked, but I couldn't stick at it - I missed my Vegemite on toast for breakfast (you probably have to be Australian - or British (in which case it would be Marmite) - to understand that.)
"Do I dare to eat a peach?What? Are you nuts? Peaches are full of carbs!"Peaches are past their best. Autumn is for apples and pears. :)Belated happy birthday!I've missed you a couple of days,it would seem.God bless!Helen
Always figured you were an October guy. As am I.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDwQaVZuAjI
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