Saturday, March 13, 2010

The Reformation of Wolfshausen

Teil Zwoundsechzig
To hear my dad read this week's episode, come hear the sermon.
Or, you can read this week's episode quietly by the river.







The story so far is here.

10 comments:

TLP said...

First. And for my troubles? This is what I got:


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I'll be back....

tsduff said...

And, a much better job done - thank you Doug's Dad for pinch hitting.

We think it is a great episode - and have knelt on our doilies to listen this morning.

Doug said...

Sorry, TLP. I put the story in the wrong file. Aber suchst du etwas auf mobilme?

Thanks, Terry for trying.

Nessa said...

Doug's Dad's voice is always so soothing.

The story is heating up, Doug. Looks like a line has been drawn very definitely in the saw dust on the tavern floor.

Weekend Reflections - Green Beer

actonbell said...

Ah, Nessa put it perfectly! Great episode!

Karen said...

I would like to apologize to Nessa. My comments on Saturday were not in keeping with the spirit of Sunday's sermon. I hope all gathered here today will remember me more fondly when we are divided.

TLP said...

You missed your calling Doug. You should have been a preacher.

Lila said...

:-) Preach it!

Cooper said...

Doug is the only preacher I have.

Nice hypnotizing voice was that your dad?

Doug said...

Nessa, you're right about Dad's gentle voice. It's the only thing that makes the canings bearable.

Thanks, Actonbell.

You are forgiven, child, now go and sin no more.

TLP, that was actually my plan, to go to seminary after college. But graduate school seemed impossible and I don't particularly like people.

An exhortation from the professional class, Lila! Who saw that coming?

I fear for your soul, Miss Coop. But not your ears. That was my dad. The voice of Nyquil (tm.)