Friday, April 06, 2007

Good Friday

It is Good Friday and time to remember what it cost God to show his love for us.

@@@@ News from Pigeon Falls-The little town in my garage where the trains still run, dragons fly, poltergeists ?, and life goes on as usual- It is Good Friday and this afternoon there will be the traditional seven words from the cross at Last Lutheran. Poor Pastor Moe is sitting in his study afraid that the poltergeist he claims not to believe in will do something to him at the service. Jack for Jack's Sauna is sitting home worried that the sermon he is going to deliver won't be good enough for all those pastors who will be there. Tommy UK is at home in his room afraid that his parents are going to make him sit through that three hour service again this year. Last year he fell asleep. Nancy has decided to go to the service and is afraid her poltergeist will go with her though it hasn't done anything today at all. Buddy East is really afraid that his Liar's Club judging committe will never agree on a winner in the dragon story contest. Mrs. Trumble is getting ready to go and she isn't afraid of anything.

Today's Link-There's a Penquin on the Telly- Did you ever forget a bill ? Then you will undertsnad this blog entry- Leave a DR. John but no bill. I never charge for the service.
I had a nice day. I blogged in the morning. Then Betty and Pennie went to get Pennie's office cleaned and the oil changed in the van. The dog and I stayed home and watched the soaps. Then Pennie, Betty, and I went to Barnes and Noble and I got some books. Then we went to Office Max and got some boxes and packing stuff. I came back and finished blogging . Then I watched House. Now I am having a breathing treatment.


Blogger Janvangogh said...

Pastor Moe needs to ask the media to come to the service. Ghosts, singing frogs, huge rabbits, never do their thing when a camera is around.

Good hymn

5:18 AM  
Anonymous loisontheweb said...

I WOULD THINK THAT THE CHURCH WOULD BE THE SAFEST PLACE TO BE ... the poltergeist is perhaps just a test of the faithful?

P.S. I hope the snow storms don't keep me from church!

7:03 AM  
Blogger BarnGoddess said...

my 13 yo wants to attend the stations Of The Cross today....I am still debating since there is no one to keep his 3yo brother while we attend.

Where in MI are you? I grew up in Gaylord and the Soo. Im an LSSU 1989 graduate.

7:40 AM  
Blogger Nancy said...

Interesting Blog... I found you through Patterns of Ink (my friend Tom). I will be stopping by and reading your archives as I have time.

9:05 AM  
Blogger Provident 360 said...

Grace and peace be multiplied unto you through the knowledge of God, and of Jesus our Lord, which according to his abundant mercy hath begotten us again unto a lively hope by the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead. - Good Friday

9:06 AM  
Blogger Gingers Mom said...

Thank you for the reminder of what this most special day is about.

9:09 AM  
Blogger The Old Fart said...

A Blessed Easter Weekend is wished for you and Betty and your family.
Thankyou for sharing todays post.

11:02 AM  
Anonymous stacy said...

It is time to remember. My favorite services of the whole year are the Maundy Thursday and Good Friday ones. They are not joyful like Christmas and Easter, but they are the ones that make us think and bring the cost home. May you and Betty enjoy Easter blessed by the love of the Savior and your family.

1:27 PM  
Blogger butterflies said...

I went to our Stations of the Cross the other day.Its very moving.
Happy Easter to you,Betty and your family.
God be with you.

4:43 PM  
Blogger patterns of ink said...

It's Friday, but Sunday's comin'!
Happy Easter!
Thanks for your recent helpful feedback at POI.

8:38 PM  
Blogger Alpha Dude 1.5 said...

Jesus is the reason for this season.

A blessed Resurrection Day to you and your familiy.

9:46 PM  
Anonymous zingtrial said...

My friend nice to see you and Betty are well.Wish you nice weekend.Not been too well, so was quite on the blogging side He!He!He!Have a great time :)

12:02 AM  
Blogger QUASAR9 said...

Alas traditions we lose everyday
In my childhood, today would be a day of silence if not necessarily mourning - no shops, no cinema, no discos, and little traffic on the streets

A day to relax with family (not with feasting or great Xmas feeds) but with humbler meals in quiet contemplation and reflection - and tomorrow life would start again
with people slowly comming out to the streets, like coming out of hybernation to the birth of a new Sun and Spring.

Wishing you a relaxing Easter break!
May we not mourn or be sad, but rejoice in the knowledge that death has been conquered, death is simply a passing of one state to another - for some a higher state of consciousness and 'being'

2:18 AM  

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