the daily purge 7-19-17

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This was a fine comforter The Purging Lutheran and My Sweet Rib kept on our bed for many years. It’s got a bit of country *twang* design to it. Ain’t that grand, cowboy? What we didn’t know until Kaden the Superpup bit into it was it was filled with those big puffy clouds you see on a calm, mostly sunny day. Some years ago our pastor brought up the topic of clouds during a sermon(?) or bible class(?). He said that clouds serve purposes regarding the weather, some to control temperature and others, of course, for rain … except … except the pretty, puffy clouds you see just wandering about against a hard blue sky minding their own businesses. He said that God made those clouds just for pretty. Who doesn’t have a smile for a big, puffy cloud? It’s why God made flowers so beautiful. The real job of a flower is to attract bees for cross-pollination to occur so plants can grow almost anywhere and serve as food for animals who enjoy a salad. But bees see in black and white. Pretty petals make no difference to a bee. But pretty petals make a huge difference to me and MSR and probably you. We don’t send flowers to peeps in the hospital so bees will follow. That would be a disaster! Who wants to go in for a tummy tuck only to end up with a face full of anaphylactic shock? Very few people, that’s who!

KSP’s bankie will stay around until it becomes a nuisance. It is almost time.

 

Judges 14:8

When he returned later to take her, he turned aside to look at the carcass of the lion; and behold, a swarm of bees and honey were in the body of the lion.

 

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