Sunday, December 04, 2005

Update:

- I was looking at my blog links . . . like do de do de do Deboer, Dijkema, Donkersloot, Guthrie, Harsevoort, Koyzis, Greydanus, Groen, Joustr . . . wait a second, how did I screw up the alphabet like that?

- I went to a United Church today and all the people were old, except for me.

- Vicente likes Fifty Cent.

- I made marble cheesecake yesterday and it turned out.

- There are some more additions to my blog links to make. First, the long overdue addition of Estime Ntwari, my brother-in-law, and Graziella Keranda, my sister-in-law. These aren't blogs but they do give you a bit of an idea of what these fine young people like. Second, Marcel Mutoni, a new Ottawa friend whose writing has thoroughly impressed me.

- I do not like cold weather.

- Thinking of seeing Syriana tonight.

- Yesterday I went to the local Maxi (le moins cher) and they played O Holy Night back to back to back and then they went into the French version back to back. Aaaaargh.

- Bah Humbug.

- Greek students are not offended by "Xmas"

- Vicente has a detachable spinning belt buckle that says "G-Unit" on it and functions as a lighter.

- I lied about the spinning part in an effort to be funny. In fact, his watch has a spinner on it.

- Marcellin should drop the "in" add "us" and change his last name to Wallace.

- Is it possible to insert gifs onto blogs?

- Big Gulps huh? Well see ya later.

3 comments:

David T. Koyzis said...

"I went to a United Church today and all the people were old, except for me."

I can't tell you the number of Presbyterian churches my wife and I attended when we were first married, and we too were the youngest people there.

mutoni said...

"Second, Marcel Mutoni, a new Ottawa friend whose writing has thoroughly impressed me."

Thanks for the kind words, John.

"Marcellin should drop the "in" add "us" and change his last name to Wallace."

-Brilliant idea. I'll see what I can do.
I will then proceed to throw whoever dares to massage my wife's feet through a window.

John den Boer said...

"I can't tell you the number of Presbyterian churches my wife and I attended when we were first married, and we too were the youngest people there."

The thing about the church was that the choir almost outnumbered the congregation and yet the choir was extremely good.

"Brilliant idea. I'll see what I can do.
I will then proceed to throw whoever dares to massage my wife's feet through a window."

- ha ha ha, that's right.

Who deh?

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