Thursday, August 12, 2004

Things that my mother-in-law and I both like

Patsy Cline's "Walking After Midnight" (get some eggnog streaming through your veins at Christmas, crank this song, and see if you and your mother-in-law don't start dancin')

  • My wife
  • Good foreign films like Chocolat and The gods must be crazy
  • A well-constructed sentence
  • My mother-in-law's grandchildren
  • Good coffee
  • Jesus Christ
  • Third Day
  • Making a difference in the public education system

What do you and your mother-in-law enjoy?

[comments imported from Radio blog]

Cool post, Greg. I'm blessed with wonderful in-laws (and there is no chance they'll even read this).
We like:
* My wife & daughter * Eclair cake (hers is the BEST) * Laughter * Games with the whole family * Singing * Also making a difference in public education--She just retired from teaching special ed. I am from a family of three generations of teachers, principals and superintendents. * Jesus--I thank the Lord for her example of faith and godly parenting.
James • 8/12/04; 7:21:06 AM #

Thanks, James. Enjoyed your list and thanks for response. I visited your blog and commented--God has blessed us richly with good family!
Greg Taylor • 8/12/04; 7:46:34 AM #

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