Greetings, fellow heathens! Let's jump right in, shall we? Our buddies Jordan and Melissa had their third child, a little girl they named "Marian Katharina." Her first name continues their Robin Hood-themed baby-naming tradition, and I'm guessing her middle name is after Martin Luther's wife. Melissa looks more beautiful than ever, dammit.
The (alleged) high point of this year's San Antonio Christian Film Festival was Doug Phillips' opera duet with his "beautiful songbird" Faith. She's actually not bad, which is not surprising since her Aunt Alexandra--Doug's sister-- is an opera singer (who fled to Europe and changed her name for some unfathomable reason).
And finally, Tim Bayly is *still* explaining why he won't stop using the word "sodomy." He coyly reveals that "when I was single and living in California, I used a roommate matching service who placed me in a house owned by a man who worked as a homosexual prostitute. 'Nuff said?" Um, not really, Tim.
Have a great spring, Dataloungers!
Melissa always looks good, Regina, not so much. If I were a religious gal like Kelly, I may start to question why God keeps trying to destroy my house. But for her it's that he didn't kill her and not the question about why he keeps trying to.
DWT! So good to see you again.
"The big tree is fake!"
"Can't wait to turn on the creek!"
"The fake fireplace gives out heat and shows a picture and hangs right on the wall!"
(Basically nothing is real in this world.)
And Branson is "the big city"
I barely managed to struggle through the blog at the first link, where I was rewarded by this caption for a picture of his brood:
[quote]We talk like adults as the kids reek havoc.
Was the writer home-schooled? And/or, is he home-schooling those poor little kids?