Back in September I posted an article about Bishop Sprong being honored. I had someone try to place a comment on it the other day and I rejected the comment because it was disrespectful to a person I admire. My Blog, my rules. Then someone else tried the same thing. And then the counter was almost spinning off the axle. It outperformed my friend John's speech which was the #1 post until yesterday. I followed the link back to something called Stand For Faith which is an Episcopalian Blog (I think) for people who claim to be Christian. At least more Christian than the Bishop. (I should have monetized the blog. I would be rich)
They are the type of person that cause me to identify as a "Church Alumni" In my heart I am a Christian but not the type of Christian who would write some of the comments I read on the blog. I thought about taking the post down but decided not to. I will just let them stew in their own juices, hoist their own petards and perhaps it will make them happy to write on their own blog. The Bishop is more of a Christian than any of them - and more of a gentleman. I did not leave a comment on their blog nor did I stay long there. I just read a few of them and since they made me feel dirty I got out of there and went and took a shower.
Ginny and I went to the Mandarin for lunch today. We had a good visit. Of course I forgot some things I was going to take her. But I remembered the others and they were the important things. I got some Hot and Sour Soup, egg rolls and Fried Wonton. Appetizer lunch but it filled me up and I was able to bring half the soup home.
Then I had to run to Staples to get some paper, ink and labels so I headed off to Staples. I know I shared what Miles had done to my dues cards case. I had looked all over to find a replacement for it to no avail. The leather place in Valley West Mall had nothing. Not even a wallet I could use. but I found this at Staples.
1 can Chicken Gumbo soup
1 lb. Ground beef
1 tsp Prepared mustard
¼ cup Catsup
3 T Onions, chopped