Sunday, April 09, 2006

it's not a lie if you don't get caught - andrew

it thrills me to be on one side of a white lie. i had heard about stories like the one i am watching unfold many times in sunday school as a child. now that i am here years and years later, watching it happen is even more entertaining than books or theater.

what will happen next?

how will these characters play out; where will they end up?

however, i am glad to be a spectator.

on another note, i am not excited to be facing monday. i forsee this week being paticularly tough.

"flizzal" - he can fly, but he still uses a cane.


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