the daily very scary story, 6-30-20

While oot and aboot on our pre-evening gulf cart ride we took a turn down a mysterious road in our neighborhood NOT listed on any maps. There was only a sign which said “Boogertown Road – Crybaby Bridge ahead”. My father-in-law got lost driving years ago around in a Southern state, perhaps Mississippi or Tennessee,…… Continue reading the daily very scary story, 6-30-20

the daily near-symmetrical lounge chair stacking event of 2020, 6-17-20

A flower is a great way to begin a post. This one blossomed out back last week. They last a day or two then just go away. It did its job. Its job is to be beautiful. Yes, it might be a port in the yard for bees to pollinate but bees don’t see color.…… Continue reading the daily near-symmetrical lounge chair stacking event of 2020, 6-17-20

the daily felling, 5-26-20

Our neighborhood woke up to these gentlemen buzz-sawing away on a tree across the way. Following modern day journalistic standards, I didn’t bother to find out why they are doing this so I’ll just throw something out there. I’m guessing the tree was a danger to this home. I don’t have the appropriate angle of…… Continue reading the daily felling, 5-26-20

the daily ‘a is for this‘ ‘b is for that’ and so on, 4-27-20

  At the end of any of these please feel free to add the phrase “due to Covid 19”. A is for Amazon, our source for talcum powder but not disinfectant wipes, toilet paper, gloves and masks – due to Covid-19 (see how that works?) B is for ‘Birx’, an American physician who is working on The Wuhan…… Continue reading the daily ‘a is for this‘ ‘b is for that’ and so on, 4-27-20

the daily borentine, 3-27-20

The wind isn’t even blowing. (( sigh )) It’s Day-Who-Knows-How-Many? in the household. Aleksandrs is up in his room. Susan is poking on her I-Pad with Kaden SuperPup at her side. I’m doing the ‘scroll-tap, scroll-tap, scroll-tap’ on Twitter. The coffeemaker and the Keurig are both doing double duty. The (gas) fireplace is on and its…… Continue reading the daily borentine, 3-27-20

the pcircling lutheran 7-12-19

What? A new plan? Are purges wenting with the wind? Is it even possible? Is there something new? What could it be? Has The Purging Lutheran gone mad? How many questions can a post include? I don’t know? What do you think. Job 38:4-7 Where were you when I laid the earth’s foundation?     Tell me,…… Continue reading the pcircling lutheran 7-12-19

the daily purge 7-2-19

A perfect example of human failure is right here in this picture. The Purging Lutheran bought this Clear Household Silicone, put it on a gararge shelf, and years later is getting rid of it. And why? I’m not sure. It’s probably because of the bottom illustration on the packaging. No, it’s not because I don’t…… Continue reading the daily purge 7-2-19

the view from the trinity pew 6-30-19

Trinity at 11700 block of Olio, Sunday morning 10:30 service, 2 Pastor Mikes presiding I used to go to this church a long time ago as a poll worker but never as an attendee. Years ago it held a Wesleyan congregation but the name went away from the sign and became Trinity. I don’t know…… Continue reading the view from the trinity pew 6-30-19

the daily purge 3-27-19

After The Purging Lutheran was newly minted as one of Jesus’ saints I bought many crosses, necklaces and other Christian-themed doo-dads to give to Sunday School students (when applicable). I don’t even remember what the standard was for earning/winning/deserving one. Or were they given for non-students? Maybe I didn’t even mean to giving them away…… Continue reading the daily purge 3-27-19

the daily purge 3-14-19

The Purging Lutheran can’t figure out what’s wrong with you young kids and your lack of regard for proper safety equipment. Yeah, I grew up in a world where the word ‘safety’ was synonymous for ‘weakness’ but good gravy, don’t you guys learn anything? My generation blazed the trail for separated shoulders, dislocated toes, (mostly…… Continue reading the daily purge 3-14-19