Yea, the sparrow hath found an house, and the swallow a nest for herself, where she may lay her young, even thine altars, O Lord of hosts, my King, and my God.
They think Europeans drink with their left hands?
Next thing I know you're going to tell me the guy in front is spending the summer eating deep-fried oreos at Midwest state fairs and power-washing his mom's house.Rubbish! He's downing caviar on the Riviera. You can't fool me.
Typical day for me. I hold my drink with my left hand, so I can greet and shake hands with my right.
Jon,oh, you know him then...
Gotta love the classic Wells "slightly befuddled" look... ;-)
Well, my life used to look pretty much like that :D
Isn't this a photograph of people living in Europe? Quod erat, no?
It certainly would be better place if it were like that. Anywhere would be.
I think I do recognize the two gentlemen in the photo (from photos on other blogs), but I may be wrong. If I am not incorrect, the gentleman in the foreground is Christopher (Chris) Wells of PiusBlog, and the gentleman on the right of the photo is Gregory DiPippo, a contributor to the blog New Liturgical Movement.I don't recognize the young lady.Pax et bonum,Keith Töpfer
When I think of Europe, I think of a magical place where I can take my children on a bicycle without the helmet police coming and taking them away. Please don't wreck my illusion.
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