See how the farmer waits for the precious fruit of the earth, being patient with it until it receives the early and the late rains. - James 5:7

Tuesday, February 05, 2008

Lent starts tomorrow...



I don't know what to give up.


Should I give up blogging? Probably.


I like to do things for Lent, rather than give up stuff. But I will do both this year.


Oh. I can't tell you what it is though.


However, here is a list of things people may want me to give up:


Blogging about gays.


Commenting on other blogs about gays.


Blogging anything.


Commenting anywhere.


The Internet.


Night-clubbing.
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Driving to the liquor store drunk.





8 comments:

  1. I don't know what to give up, either.

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  2. I want you to stop dressing in silver lemay cocktail dresses & doing the funky chicken.

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  3. Jeannette11:36 AM

    "Driving to the liquor store drunk."

    I was amazed when I moved to Ohio and found they have drive-through liquor stores. Too drunk to get out of the car and walk? No problem!

    I have to give up computer games, especially sudoku and kakuro(sp?), I'm letting it eat up a lot of my time.

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  4. Giving up being manic-depressive??

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  5. Jeanette,
    FL not only has drive thru liquor stores, there are many liquor stores which will mix. you. a. drink.

    To go.

    Jetty Lounge in Fort Pierce had the best to-go rumrunners in their drive-thru I've ever tasted.

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  6. If you are doing what Jeron said then I think giving up silver lame is a good idea. That's an appallingly bad color for your skin tone. I recommend you switch to sea green.

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  7. Oh Cath - c'mon - you know I don't wear your clothes!

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  8. Jeannette1:12 PM

    Gerald at closedcafeteria is giving up self-restraint.
    http://closedcafeteria.blogspot.com/2008/02/penance-for-lent.html

    It's tempting!

    Ma Beck,
    Having spent three years in Florida (Lower Alabama), I can't summon any surprise.

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