Our family had an interesting episode tonight. We were planning a night of movie and light dinner but right as we were preparing to put in the movie, the power went out and stayed out for an hour.

So instead, we had a pioneer night. We built a fire and lit candles and mused about how we only had a little time between the indian attacks to eat our dinner.

After we ate I read a little out loud –no not Little House on the Prairie but from an old Tom Swift book of my dad’s.

It is fun to do imaginary things every now and then, the imagination is a wonderful gift. Just about the only thing we didn’t do was get out the guns and fight the indians. That will be tomorrow night…


5 Responses to “”

  1. 1 Queen Shenaynay
    August 15, 2005 at 3:57 am

    Wow… been to your house many times and never encountered that headless ghost to the right of the fireplace… woooooooooo!

    Sounds like a dark and stormy night over yonder in wild, wild Wylie…

  2. 2 ThePizzaPizzaMan
    August 15, 2005 at 4:18 am

    Ahh, you never met old Joe-Bob Invisible?

    Technically I am not sure how I got him on film since he is invisible.


  3. 3 Mark Ritchie
    August 15, 2005 at 4:45 am

    It was actually even more exciting and scary than you said, since you didn’t have any Parents to take care of you…..

    Nighty Night son,

  4. 4 GravyGal
    August 15, 2005 at 6:29 am

    Joe-Bob’s the best night patrolman you’ve ever seen.


  5. 5 ShapeNoteSinger
    August 15, 2005 at 2:39 pm

    er–NOT seen.


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Thought For The Week

I want to clarify that there is no political problem that is not really a heart problem with hearts not connected to Christ. Only one Kingdom is really important, and this isn't it.

But just as it's sad to see poorly coded software, a badly built building, or an ugly city, it's even more sad to see a nation being thrown away. As custodians of this earth, we should do better.

-Mark Ritchie


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