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Monday, August 14, 2006

Arkansas Adventures

Bumper sticker of the day (spotted in the Bryant Public Library parking lot):

"IF IT AIN'T KING JAMES, IT AIN'T THE BIBLE!"

And now for Jenna's culinary tip of the day:

"Apple slices getting a little dull? Try dipping them in ketchup. It's a yummy way to get your fruits and vegetables at the same time!"

6 Comments:

  • At Mon Aug 14, 02:03:00 PM, Blogger "Snapshot" said…

    LOL!
    How funny!!!!
    My husband's favorite come back for that kind of comment is, "I'm sure that's the version that the apostle Paul carted around with him."

     
  • At Mon Aug 14, 04:45:00 PM, Blogger Diane said…

    Always remember..."straight from Heaven in 1611" Have Fun!

     
  • At Mon Aug 14, 05:10:00 PM, Blogger Nellie said…

    I was at lunch today with some other retired principals. One of them has a daughter who is in her residency at one of the hospitals in Little Rock. I told her that our youth minister and his family had just moved to Little Rock. Almost in unison the group said, "Oh, yeah. I'm gonna' miss Deanna's column."

    Wanted you to know your readers are already saddened by your move.

    Missed you guys yesterday! You should have seen our pew - 2 Hartleibs and FIVE Fosters!! It was a good day.

     
  • At Mon Aug 14, 06:26:00 PM, Blogger Paul Fagala said…

    Expect God to have an English accent on Judgment Day! Maybe we'll all have an English accent in heaven!

     
  • At Tue Aug 15, 12:12:00 PM, Blogger Tiffany said…

    My favorite KJV moment occured while I was living in England. our church was very international and one week, we had a former preacher from Jamaica who did our scripture readings. "The heart of man" of course sounded more like "the 'art of mon" and so forth.

    As he finished reading, he closed his Bible, gave a huge smile and said: "That was from the KJV - King's Jamaican Version. Now THAT'S authorized!"

    The entire calm, collected, and very proper British congregation just exploded laughing. It was classic.

     
  • At Thu Aug 17, 09:29:00 PM, Blogger David Michael said…

    Are you sure you are in Arkansas and not Alabama? I thought the Razorbacks had moved past 1611 and were finally living in the 20th Century.

     

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