the daily purge 1-16-17

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Cheer, cheer for ol’ gold and blue, c’mon team we’re all proud of you…” These are the opening lines to the Carmel High School fight song. As a young lad, The Purging Lutheran thought it was a pretty cool song until … DUN Dun dunnnnnn … I heard the University of Notre Dame fight song. Why, those cads! Desecrate my fight song, will ya? As it turns out, the song was written by a reverand and his brother, Irish grads back in 1900 and something for Notre Dame. OK, Fighting Irish, you win this time. Disappontment is often the result of a sheltered upbringing.

This fine bowl was used to hold fruits. Usual fruits in our home include bananas, grapes, apples, and sometimes oranges. Then My Sweet Rib bought? found? received as a gift? another bowl, this one red, to hold the nanners in. The one pictured has found its way to Goodwill waiting for another family to use it for who-knows-what.

Matthew 12:33   “Either make the tree good and its fruit good, or make the tree bad and its fruit bad; for the tree is known by its fruit.

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