Jun 21, 2008

Saturday In Our House.




Thankfully, this is not the Baptist Pastor of the big ol' Baptist church in the big ole' town of Thompson Station sitting in that Porsche convertible. Thankfully. Cause that would be so horrible and fleshly and spoiled rotten of him.

However, that is - thankfully - his wife.


Have a happy, fleshly, spoiled rotten Saturday, ya'll.

9 comments:

ugagirl30 said...

Okay, so I totally see a pic of Ronnie Freeman's God Speaking in your favs. How awesome is he? He is my first cousin. We need to spread the word about him!!!

KO said...

I pick your Saturday so far..mine has involved poop in the wrong places, one child on the way to the doctor for and ear infection, the other getting disciplined for screaming his head off. Yep, your Saturday definitely wins :)

Bella's mama said...

Well my newest favorite blogger~ I have done it!!! While my little one napped today I sat down and spent the afternoon reading your blog, from beginning to end (thank goodness Hubby was golfing-freedom to do the frivolous).

After reading 'God's Sustaining Power: My story' I knew we were kindred spirits~ for girl I have been there over and over again. Can they torture us any more!?!?!? Oh my, I hope so!!!

Thankful to have found you. Have a blessed Saturday,

Krista

Mrs. R said...

I must have that car. It's going on my vision board now.

Leslie said...
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WheresMyAngels said...

My minister was just talking about his car today. Said it makes alot of noise and has holes in the muffler. Hope he wasn't asking for money for a car like that!! lol

Heather said...

NICE!!

Lula! said...

So what if I misspelled orgasm? You misspelled y'all. WHICH IS THE BIGGER, MORE FLESHLY SIN, Melissa? For real.

Anonymous said...

It must be a slow Saturday for people to be spell checking Blogs for fun. To set the record straight (sort of)...

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Y'all, sometimes spelled as "Ya'll", "Yawl", or "Yaw", and archaically spelled "You-all", is a fused grammaticalization of the phrase "you all". It is used primarily as a plural second-person pronoun, and less often as a singular second-person pronoun. Commonly believed to have originated in the Southern United States, it is primarily associated with Southern American English, African American Vernacular English, and some dialects of the Western United States.

If you use the word Y'all, Ya'll, Yawl or Yaw you really shouldn't be worrying about the spelling; if you don't use these words then you should just worry about how you spell "Yous Guys" and leave well enough alone.

J.