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

Friday, January 23, 2009

Kind of like Hyacinth's candlelight suppers...


I wonder if Sheridan is invited?

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  1. Is that the Royal Dolton china? But I don't see any pink periwinkles!

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  2. No, Sheridan is helping to re-build Romania, knee bandage and all.

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  3. All I noticed is the pictures are too small for the wall.

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  4. Terry, why don't you put up a wishlist? I'm sure people would send you stuff. Paintbrushes. Chalk. Toothpaste. Oregano. An optic mouse for your PC. A hand-knitted sweater. Fish sauce. Handwarmers. Yankee Candles. Sister Wendy art books.

    You know, the necessities.

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  5. Actually I want a web cam so I can break into show biz on youtube - singing in signs - or even a comedy hour maybe - and then I would put up a donate button - my version of pay for view. (I could have you on as a guest.)

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  6. Terry, that's beautiful. I'll talk about gays and Latin.

    Might you also create a YouTube news channel, construct a set with a faux-brick wall and artificial plants, dress up and talk like Raymond Arroyo, and call it "AR News?"

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  7. I'd like to see the entire cast in character at the dinner....
    that's real family life...no one does what Hyacinth (me/mothers:>) want them to do!:>
    I have a Chesterton quote about the unruliness/beauty of family (life being lived vs planned sterility) but I have to go plan a summer garden fete.

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  8. michael r.11:05 AM

    Seems kinda mean.

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  9. Seems less mean than an honest and humorous assesment of extortion!

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  10. I'm sorry Michael, that wasn't my intention. I genuinely find the posts amusing - not laughing at anyone - just imagining how fun it must be to get gifts all of the time and to be such a good cook. It reminds me of another British sit-com. But thanks for the correction - I must be more discreet in my sense of humor.

    God bless.

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  11. Michael - with all due respects, Terry is not being mean. He is just "reporting the news."

    I have wondered often about that whole situation and I'm sure I'm not alone. It strikes me as highly irregular.

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  12. LOL! When I have Auntie Adrienne, Ter, Ray, Adoro, Angela, Laura, Christine, Vincenzo, Swissmiss, Tom in Vegas, the Hadleybloggers, Geometricus, Dan F and all my blog friends(like the Academy Awards don't be insulted if I did not mention you explicitly!) over for dinner we are totally doing a live song and dance number that I'll post on my blog! I'm thinking "Gather us In"!!!!

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  13. michael r.2:30 PM

    I have often wondered about it myself. I even asked (on this blog) if that priest was incardinated in a diocese. It seemed odd to me. However, it seems unfair to post the exact same photos that appear on the other blog, and then welcome comments and laughter. I don't get that. But I don't have much of a sense of humor, so sorry if I have offended anyone.

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  14. JCM:

    I've been absolutely obsessed by "Gather Us In" these past two days. I'll have to seen you what I sent my brother last night. It's too much to post here.


    Ray

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