Friday, July 09, 2004

"we've got better hair"

Either John Kerry or John Edwards said that the other day when speaking of why they should be leading the nation. (I searched around but couldn't find the article.)

We're in for a long four months, folks. Where is a witty fellow like Winston Churchill when you need him?

grace,

lisa

Disclaimer: This blog does not reflect the view of the management or anyone else at Author Intrusion. When speaking about politics or controversial matters, it writes itself. Thank you and have a nice day.

4 Comments:

Blogger lisa said...

you rock mom!



$am$on jake

July 9, 2004 at 8:54 AM  
Blogger Katy said...

Lisa, Good hair or bad, there's nothing better than a son who thinks you rock! He gets my vote any day. :)

July 9, 2004 at 11:06 AM  
Blogger Cheesehead said...

Isn't going to be fun the next several months till election time!?!? Let the mudslinging begin....
Yeah, gotta be a cool mom if the kid thinks you rock! (seems to have a rockin' dad, too, from what I can read on his blog!)

July 9, 2004 at 11:16 AM  
Blogger Suzan Robertson said...

Lisa, I wanted to comment on your post below this one about wearing our sins on the outside, but blogger won't let me go there.

It's funny you talk about this, because there's a scene in my first (unpubbed) novel that's similar. A woman who is a member of her church's worship team makes a bad decision and finds herself pregnant. She repents and goes on with her life determined to have the baby. She quit the worship team, but the pastor encouages her to return. She tells him that she carries a visible reminder of her sin and that it wouldn't be a good idea to be on stage. So he asks her- "What if people's sins were written in big block letters across their forehead? What if you went to work one day and passed a co-worker and the word 'liar' was on his head, and another 'I cheat on my taxes' or 'I wanted to sleep with a women and she's not my wife'-I could go on and on, but you get the point. We all have a few secret hidden sins. You just happened to have yours visible to the world. You're no different than any of us, and you have to believe that, or the Cross means nothing."

If we had our sins written on our faces we sure wouldn't be so quick to judge others. And a lot of Christians wouldn't be too eager to leave the house without a large hat.(me included!)
Great blog, Lisa. Thanks

July 9, 2004 at 1:39 PM  

Post a Comment

<< Home