I’m a little on the fence on the question of dressing up for church. I was raised that you wore a dress (girls) and slacks (boys), there was no wearing of shorts unless they were
“dressy”. We had our “Church Clothes/Sunday Best” and they weren’t worn to play in, they were for church. It seems though these days the rules are much more relaxed and pretty much as long as you show up it doesn’t matter what you wear to church. I’ve even seen tank tops and flip flops being worn. I believe that as long as you are there to receive God’s message he probably doesn’t mind your dress code. However, I also think that you should at least put a little effort into it and try to dress with a little decorum.
While shopping yesterday I overheard an interesting conversation. I have had the same conversation but not in the store with others around, however.
The debate between these two people was whether or not they were going to buy the toilet paper with lotion or not. The ar
I’m sitting here watching Duck Dynasty on A&E Channel. So I’m thinking you can apparently make a reality show out of anything these days. It seems to me that folks in television have no more creativity so it’s easier to just throw out an idea and see what happens. There are some scripted shows out there that are really great but they are few and far between, in my opinion. Although I do admit Duck Dynasty is pretty funny.
It’s getting time to pull the boat out, dust it off and head to the lake for some fishing. Honey and I were just talking about the beautiful weather we’ve had and it being time to get out and do some crappie fishing. Last year we went to Ft. Phantom and caught some very small fish. However, it was late in the summer and we didn’t get to go out but 2 or 3 times. We want to start earlier this year and enjoy not only fishing but just boating in general.
Anthony Hensley,37, a husband and father of two, drowned Saturday when he was attacked by a swan and fell out of his kayak. It sounds funny but the man’s family is in mourning and his two young children will grow up without a father.
Abilene Ballet Theatre brings grace and beauty to the Paramount stage again this weekend performing “Coppelia”. This might not be a story line you are familiar with but you won’t be disappointed. Under the artistic direction of Nancy Gore and Lisa Gore-Etter and associate artistic director Lindsay Perry McGill “Coppelia” is the story of a young couple (Swanilda and Franz) from a small village engaged to be married.
I love little monkey’s, in this case chimpanzee, they are so human like that you can’t help but get attached. This little guy will be introduced to audiences nationwide this Friday when his movie “Chimpanzee” hits theaters for Earth Day 2012.
I am not a morning person! Never have been, never will be. I’ve always been a night owl, staying up watching TV or reading or even doing crafts. I don’t stay up as late, now that I’m old, but I still don’t get up early either. Some people hit snooze 10 times, others don’t even need an alarm, some have to have a gallon of coffee or some sugar to get going.
Well I’ve never participated in a Relay for Life event but I know they are spectacular and the money raised is absolutely a great cause. The more money raised the more lives are saved. I have a special reason for participating this year as I was recently diagnosed with breast cancer.
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