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... for these seven days. This is a constant reminder that sin must be removed from our lives and replaced with righteous attitudes and actions. We are to be on a continual path of striving for perfection - striving for sinlessness! Our brethren here in the Philippines likewise understand and follow the Bible's instruction: "Seven days shall ye eat unleavened bread; even the first day ye shall put away leaven out of your houses: for whosoever eateth leavened bread from the first ...
... singer is giving it everything and seems to be really enjoying himself which gives me a warm glow. They sing themselves out and an advert for the typhoon comes on, and it hits home again that there's been a disaster in this area. Apparently 20 Pesos goes to them with every order of sisig. Sisig is allegedly "Pork (head part)". I'll stick with steak and donate another twenty quid when I'm at home. If anyone reading this does have a spare 50p, the disaster peeps could probably use ...
The pants that hung on the racks
It was easy to see that these weren't right for me
So I moved to the ones in the stacks
As I looked and I looked and I looked and I looked
It finally began to hit me
That no matter the style
No matter the brand
Not one of these pants would fit me!
I'm not a great man or that tall when I stand
But a size 32, (ok 33), was my wish
But the tags were ...
... trying to avoid fast food if I can help it, I've been frequenting the restaurants at The Podium mall, which are generally mid-grade, which is at the top end of my comfort zone. I'd visited the Chelsea Cafe, the Mediterranean Kafe, and the creepy clown Italian bistro. There was also the Vienna Cafe, at which I ate some kind of chicken and eggplant club sandwich. Not bad.
So, in my attempt to try all of the restaurants accessible ...
... in the afternoon otherwise I will have to pull an all night work bender. So, stolen Saturday, stubby Monday.
Church this Sunday was again pretty sweet. The band that normally runs the 3 pm tagalog language service showed up at the 10:30 am and really spiced the place up. We had some clapping issues again, this time with half the folks opting for an out of time 1 and 3 beat vs. the legitimate 2 and 4. I sat in the front, kept calm and clapped on. The ...