Sunday, March 12, 2006


I couldn't have said it any other way. Disregard the comments...


Blogger elasticwaistbandlady said...

I haven't been to the Temple since my car accident two years ago. I go through motivational periods where I want to do everything that I'm supposed to. However, I'm in a dark phase right now that I can't seem to shake. I only go to Church grudgingly and I've taken up some of my old bad habits again.

Reading that entry was inspiring though, thanks for sharing it Patrick.

9:36 PM  
Blogger wendela said...

What happened to my comment? Let's try again, as I have become one of "those" lost comment people. Anyway, I know little about the Temple (other than what I read and that my dad's cousin's wife couldn't get into her own daughter's wedding), but I do know of David Byrne and Talking Heads, and of LSD (other post) many, many moons ago. Also, is your name actually Patrick? I didn't think so- or I had a good tattoo story for you. But I digress. It was an inspirational post. I do get it, even as non-LDS. I had felt that way in my own church.

1:50 AM  
Blogger White Man Retarded said...

It's not Patrick. Patrick Henry was a very outspoken anti-British critic during the Colonial times. I would hope to be as brave as he, but I'm a coward...I'm functionally insane, so my moods fluctuate. The Temple is a wonderful place. Nothing weird happens there, it's just a mystique placed there, and because of its sacred nature, only worthy members (those trying to live a Christ-like life) are able to go in. Not even all LDS are able to go.

8:16 AM  
Blogger wendela said...

Yeah I know all about that Patrick Henry. :) I like that term, functionally insane. And thanks for the Temple info.

9:25 AM  
Blogger Mimo said...

Thanks for sharing the temple link. In 98-99 I was where she was. I had been inactive for 10 years, before coming back for good in '99. I almost could hear myself in some of what she wrote. Thanks!

7:59 PM  

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