Went out for dinner with a friend last night. She asked the following question: Name three sermons that you will remember for the rest of your life.
I could name one. So whats my problem? Do I go to church and not listen? Do I not get anything out of the sermons? Do I sleep through it all? Do I have a hard time retaining information?
I don't believe any of those are true. I think the answer is that I haven't had enough life experiences to truly have 3 sermons that I will remember for the rest of my life. The one that I could name hit me at a rough time and was the exact thing I needed to hear at that time.
How about you? Tell me about 3 sermons that you will remember for the rest of your life.
Dancing With The Stars
Dear Joey Lawrence:
Since you are my new tv boyfriend, I feel compelled to ask you why, oh why did you wear such a hideous shirt last night? You are so grown up and beautiful now that you shaved your head. But why choose such an atrocity to show to the world?
But you are lovely dancer and I love you. Thank you for being a c-list star and trying to ressurect your career on this show. You are yummy.
Dear AC Slater:
I don't know your real name... it doesn't matter, you will never be anything other than AC Slater and your friend will never be anything other than Zach Morris. What happened to Zach anyway? Did he and Kelly get married - what's up with them?
You did a great job, but naughty, naughty. You HAVE to stay legal. Don't you understand what this show is all about? You did a good job of showing remorse when you got chastised, although with your incredible ADD issue I'm sure you were thinking of something entirely different in your head. I could watch you be ADD for an hour.
Please tell Zach and Kelly that I say hi and tell whats her name to keep her clothes on.
Dear Emmit Smith:
I like you, twinkletoes. Impressive, but not good enough, I'm afraid.
Dear Harry Hamlin:
You look really, really old. You were HOT last night.
Dear Time Fillers (aka: rest of the contestants):
I don't know who you are. Hope this helps your careers - good luck with that.
Wednesday, September 20, 2006