I was talking with a friend of mine the other day who has a podcast about mommy issues (I initially typed modcast, make of that what you will) and we fell to talking about the LDS sort-of doctrine about Heavenly Mother that you can mostly piece together from
"the room for emotional scale within a modern hymn is roughly 1. ABSOLUTELY HOLLERIN’ ABOUT THE CROSS, and 2. File not found. "
I'm going to snort-laugh about this all day because there is no lie here.
Will be introducing my
Modern Nothern-american hymn-singing kindred to this description of their emotional range, as holding up a mirror that they might truly see themselves.
I was listening to prudie pod today and you were talking through the letter about the sex offender and the Christian sister. When you went into the Bible riff, I almost yelled preach!