Thursday, December 07, 2006

a funny - and possibly sacrilegious - memory

Chris wrote a funny post about getting out the Christmas decorations that ended with a decapitated baby Jesus...go read it, it'll make more sense (it's the one titled "if only the king's men had glue guns things might have worked out differently").

It reminds me of the time this statue



actually blew off its pedestal in a terrible windstorm - ND people, do you remember that? It was NUTS. The next day people were climbing up there and posing, taking photos. That's probably total sacrilege or something. I didn't do it, nor did I photograph anyone doing it, but I admit I probably laughed at the people who did.

Sorry, this post makes no sense to anyone who didn't go to college with me.

Coming soon - a post that will make sense to all (maybe).

4 comments:

Karen said...

Um, does "ND" stand for Notre Dame?

kate said...

it does indeed.

Morning Glory said...

I think it's a funny story and I didn't go to ND. When we travel overseas, we often pose in front of statues, mimicking the pose and taking a picture. It's great fun!

Thank you for the sweet comment you left me. I think of you often and pray you'll have a wonderful Christmas season.

HangerMom said...

I think it's totally funny. I had completely forgotten that, but now that you mention it, memories are rolling back in!

I met my husband by that statue :). I digress.