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Here's the Thing: Witch Craft?

Two things actually. First thing: My wife has been wanting me to contribute to her blog for some time now. I am going to start doing so here and there. This being my first contribution, I thought I would do something short and... er... well... short!

Thing two: Am I being over the top or does anyone else think that Hobby Lobby, a Christian business that supposedly follows Christian principles, earns its keep by preying on people’s personal dissatisfaction and covetousness as they shop for next year's garage sale items?
I mean, I overheard a customer ask a clerk where the craft aisle was, to which the clerk responded, “Witch craft?”
(Okay. I made that part up.)

Mike has his own blog, but he hasn't written a thing over there! Hopefully he'll continue to contribute here now and then.
He'll give me his hand written rough draft and say, "Here it is. Now you fix-up!" I'm not an expert editor. I rely on grace.

Comments

Tim said…
I commend Mike for his bravery in stepping into this harsh world of the blogosphere.
Laurel said…
I'm looking forward to hearing more from Mike! :-)
zz said…
A blogging duo--great concept.

"Witch craft". Kansas humor. Very clever. OH, and I have thought the very thing in Hooby Lobby (AND, to be fair, in Home Depo): "This is next year's yard sale item. They just call it CLEARANCE and sell it for more."
zz said…
Hooby Lobby? Make that Hobby Looby:).

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