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post #6021 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 10:36 AM
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Hey, just had an idea, what do you all think about this...
If we meet initially at the Old South Pancake House, say around 10:00 a.m. It might be a good place to gather as people drive in, get our shirts on, visit, take pics, and plan the rest of the day. Oh, and eat a good lunch We can probably call ahead and get some tables reserved for our group, too, and let them know that we will be there for a while with staggered arrivals. Then, after getting all that important stuff done, we will be free to go on over to Will Rogers as a group. If we really like each other haha... some may want to go over to Fred's or Dos Gringos for dinner later.
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post #6022 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 10:47 AM
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Works for me, But, I'm easy, I just follow the leader! Lol.

Had a very nice rain last night. Everything has greened up well. Kit was running and bucking, playing in the pasture, and of course she stopped by the time I got my camera! Lol
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post #6023 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 10:51 AM
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Sounds like a reasonable plan to me, ONA :)
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post #6024 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 10:51 AM Thread Starter
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Don't know if we'll be there by 10:00 .. but I'm familiar with Will Rogers.. so I can find ya'll..
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post #6025 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 11:02 AM
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Texasgal I slept very well last night and this morning received a lot of supportive PMs .
It amazes me how much hatred and intolerance there still is in the world .
By the way I don't and never will use polydent. I would get implants first. LOL
Texasgal there are plenty of hotels in the DFW area. Just let me know where you want to spend the night FT Worth, Dallas, or Plano?
By the way what may I ask is "high church"?
Outnabout your idea sounds great. Shalom
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post #6026 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 11:26 AM Thread Starter
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Meh .. people don't like to hear it, dba. It makes them "uncomfortable" . Just be careful it doesn't consume you .. offense and anger will eat you alive .. there are plenty of people who love you and support you .. (and that's my counseling for today - free of charge)

"High church" is, well, the very proper, very regimented, very ordered, "smells and bells" sorta service. (Now you'll want to know what "smells and bells" are, right??)

I prefer a looser, more modern, free worship sorta service. Alot of churches will have a "high church" or more traditional service early in the am (because it's mostly the older crowd that are up at 4am in the morning.. lol) and then a more laid back or modern service late morning.

Cowboy church (where I'm at) is the same at all 4 services. Come as you are, dressed up or not. Sing, clap, worship, lesson from the preacher, love the Lord, love people ....
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post #6027 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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My Harlequin doe had nine babies last night ... I have ONE with a proper split face.. other markings yet to determine. They are fat and healthy though... she's such a good mama
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post #6028 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 11:38 AM
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I find the many different manners of worship so interesting! I grew up in a very strict Catholic church and attended school taught by nuns in habits, but I spent time exploring other Christian denominations, as well as other religions, as a young adult. I've experienced churches, cathedrals, temples, mosques, synagogues, and covens in multiple states. The varied "energy" found within each congregation is awesome.
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post #6029 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 12:03 PM
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Hey everyone, let's flood this thread!!!
What makes your state special?
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post #6030 of 10872 Old 06-06-2013, 12:18 PM
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Cyn, are you and I going to exchange Catholic school girl stories at the meet and greet? Haha I'm giggling just at the thought!
TG, I checked out the site for the Plano church and it looks like a beautiful facility and has a growing community with so much opportunity to serve.
I also explored a lot in my twenties, as there were a few beliefs in the religion in which I was raised that I don't believe in, ever since I was a teen. I stayed in though, for the sake of family tradition. Left, came back, then left for good. Even taught in a Catholic high school for five years.
I prefer nondenominational churches where the focus is on sharing, serving, nurturing the spirit. I found a couple in the past but bickering, fighting, separation, politics split communities apart and I guess I am too much of a spiritual wimp to handle it.
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