Blog Template Theology of the Body: More than you could possibly want to know

Sunday, April 30, 2006

More than you could possibly want to know

I'm practicing my obedience that I will need as a cleric by obeying the chief blogger and accepting my tag...

I get a lot of flack for being the only person to actually pronounce the word "water" the way God intended.

Chore I Hate:
I hate housecleaning, especially kitchens and bathrooms.

Dog or Cat:
Dog. My dog just passed away last week. She is greatly missed.

Essential Electronics:
Computer, TV with cable, DVD player, cell phone, CD player, anything that can be used to make beats (including a table top and a spoon).

Favorite Cologne(s):

Gold or Silver:
If you're offering.


Not usually.

Job Title:
Soon a deacon, if it pleases God.

Aren't we all.

Living arrangements:
Still breathing at last check.

Most admirable trait:
My inability to let a pun go by.

Overnight hospital stays: Amazingly, none. All of my hospital stuff has been within a day. My last emergency room trip, though, wasn't over until the wee hours of the morning, if that counts.

Germs. Nuclear war. The Hymnal, 1982.

"For as all die in Adam, so all are made alive in Christ Jesus." - Paul

Religion: Disciple of Jesus Christ. Or, as Father WB put it so well: Catholic, Anglican, and Episcopalian--in that order.


Time I wake up:
Left to my own devices, usually about 8:00. When I have to be somewhere then 6:30.

Unusual talent or skill:
A well honed impression of Ludo from "The Labirynth."

Vegetable I refuse to eat:
Brussel Sprouts.

Worst habit:
Removing questions about "sexual partners" from memes.

Good grief, dozens. I'm not sure what part of my body hasn't been exposed to radiation at some point.

Yummy stuff I cook:
I make really good homemade pesto.

Zodiac sign:
Capricorn. That's right, I'm a goat with a fish tail. Kind of sums up things, really.