For my American friends, I hope your Thanksgiving was full of fun and joy, and that by now you have recovered from your tryptophan induced coma and repented of your gluttony. ;)
For my elsewhere friends, I hope your regular boring Thursday was full of fun and joy, and that you have repented of coveting our delicious turkey dinners. ;)
Here are the most popular stories of the week, as determined by the community*!
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”Gentlemen, it is a terrifying thing for a woman to trust a sinful man. Every man who reads this, even the best men among us, has areas of repentance and growth that are required.”
“What’s that you’ve got hanging over the entryway? Mistletoe? Or as I call it, ‘Pagan Fertility Plant.’ Babylon in the house!”
Because what is precious must be defended.
“That last verse is particularly scary, isn’t it? You’d think it would simply say God hates violence. Instead, it says God hates the violent. He hates wife-beaters.“
“But instead of a quippy reply I encountered a rehearsed sounding question: ‘Do you have time to talk to us about the future?‘”
“He accepted the position knowing there would be challenges, but now he’s wondering if he’s in over his head…”
And now, this week’s champion!
It’s number 1 one our countdown, and I’m happy to say that it was also my personal favorite of the week.
I’ve bookmarked it and re-read it several times already.
You should too.
“This is Audra Thomas. She is from Beaver City, Nebraska. Her mother Marla took this photo in 1989.
If you squint, you can just make out an F1 tornado in the background…“
Well there you have it, this week’s top 7!
Which was your favorite?
Leave a comment below and let us know!
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Until next time, stay classy, friends.