Thursday, December 27, 2007

Friday Cemetery Blogging

I'm a week late, I suppose, but you'll just have to deal with it. ha! ha!
Here is this year's Christmas card:



In case you can't "bigger up" the photo, the text says 'Have a Weirdly Wonderful Christmas, Proverbs 23:33.' That verse is funny enough in the New International Version - Your eyes will see strange sights and your mind imagine confusing things.

It's even more perfect in good ol' King James English - Thine eyes shall behold strange women, and thine heart shall utter perverse things.

Perfect or perverse, here's hoping your Christmas was stangely sublime.

14 comments:

annie said...

I had a good one! Hope you did too.

DogBlogger said...

Merry Christmas to you! We have some rockin' cemetery pics from a Christmas Eve geocaching jaunt...I'll email 'em soon.

Presbyterian Gal said...

What a great card! Hope your Christmas was strange and wonderful. As for uttering perverse things, I did that several times. Though since my in-laws cancelled I did not get to behold strange women.

Dijea said...

Where do you get this stuff? Do you have a closet that you store these things and just go raid the closet every once-in-a-while? If so, I want access to the closet.

Hope your Christmas was as wonderful as ours. I wish you a very prosperous New Year.

Presbyterian gal - aren't all mother-in-laws strange women?

Bunny Bunster said...

Merry Christmas to you as well!
You are a very uncanny and pervserse person!!
You brighen up the darkest of days with your skewed view on life.

Patti said...

Lovely! Rach, guess where Joe and his friends went to take pictures? To the cemetery by the lake. If I can get them emailed to me, I will post them. See how far your sphere of influence reaches?

Janie said...

That is freakin' awesome. I love the way you view things, Rach!

Have a Happy New Year!

tracy said...

Oh my gosh! This is wonderful. I shall accept this as my birthday card as well. 12/31/60

I would absolutely love this headstone for myself someday; except that I intend to be cremated and not put in the ground, or in a jar---heh. Of course, this is a toss-up with, "She Hath Done What She Could Do". I'll write about that one someday...

Sue said...

Love the card!! Merry Christmas to you too.

Presbyterian Gal said...

And Happy New Year to you and everyone at your place!

Princess of Everything (and then some) said...

Part of the fun of Christmas is getting your card!

Presbyterian Gal said...

Oh yeah, and PPS: I tagged you!

Gator World!! said...

I love that verse. That is awesome Rach.

Jan said...

Great picture and verse to go with it. Thanks for sharing.