Wednesday, March 15, 2006

I Would be Thrilled

I would be quite delighted if I saw a house in Worcester which had a 'Please remove your shoes' sign on its door.

Personally, I think this is not the most polite way to ensure shoes-off, but I would still be very pleased to see a house with such a sign. I would feel that there was somebody of like-mind in this desolate city of Worcester (the English version, not the one in the Massachusetts).

I think if I saw a house with such a sign, I would probably drop a letter of appreciation through their letter-box; just to encourage them in their courageous stand.


Redeemed said...

Uh huh, Matthew, when you get your own place, I'm getting you such a sign as a house warming gift.

One of our men (actually, he's the one in charge of the street preaching team) owns a sign shop.

He puts it to good use. He put up bible verses on certain walls of our church. And he can make you bible verses to put on your car.

You should see our parking lot on sundays, everybody has a Bible verse on their car, not necessarily from him, but still!

I could go on and on with that, so I'll just stop my babling right here.


jel said...

Hi Matthew, I don't have a sign, but, the first thing that comes off , when we get home are our shoes, we don't wear shoe unless we have too! :)

take care

and God bless

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Jel, thanks for visiting.

Sarah, you have my thanks in advance for the gift.

I do not mind if you babble.

God Bless


Redeemed said...

And you have my welcome in advance!

Awwe, thanks for letting me blab. But I'm actually all blabed out for now. I'll save it till next time.

God bless,

Carey said...

Hehe... then I'll blab. No, I just wanted to comment on how you make me laugh Matthew. You are one of the most entertaining people I know!

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Carey, you have not commented here for ages. I guess you noticed the other blog is not viewable.

That is quite a compliment you just gave.

Every Blessing in Christ


Rose~ said...

Carey is right.

... to encourage them in their courageous stand.


I can now see 3 inches of the top of your other blog. You are making progress.

Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Rose~, I am glad you find me funny.

However, it does take courage to risk being called obsessive and paranoid, as somebody who has a shoes-off policy might well be accused.

Every Blessing in Christ