This is a(nother) frame we had in the house we did not use. It was sent to Goodwill to be sold to someone who is obviously a better parent than The Purging Lutheran. My Sweet Rib and I just don’t have many pictures of anybody on our walls. I’m a big fan of memories no matter how dented mine our. It will be bought by someone who has a picture of a child or a puppy to be admired that can be hung on a wall. It could even serve a second purpose by covering that spaghetti sauce stain that just won’t come out of semigloss paint.
Picture frames were first discovered in an Egyptian tomb dating back to 2nd century A.D. in which a fayum mummy portrait was still in its wooden frame. Pyramids weren’t constructed cable-ready and are poor receptors for wifi signals. A well preserved mummy’s got to spend its time doing something so burial attendants left a picture for a boy king to stare at. Just so you know, mummies as well as other deceased persons can’t enjoy pictures, stuffed toys, or mementos left by loved ones. They just sit there, ignored.
Romans 14:8 For if we live, we live to the Lord, and if we die, we die to the Lord. So then, whether we live or whether we die, we are the Lord’s.