Friday, July 23, 2010

Lucia Friday night free for all

First week back at school for the 3rd term of the year, and I think it's harder to get into that the last one. Might have something to do with the fact that it's the middle of winter. But on the positive side, each day that passes now gets a little bit longer!

22 comment(s):

KG said...

Good evening Lucia Maria. We're about to try and catch an hour's sleep here, ready for work tonight. It's been a day of constant rain--after a night of constant rain.

leftrightout said...

Hey, KG - how do you sleep? Surely you're up all night, looking for reds under your bed. :-)

leftrightout said...

Second last day of Hols with the farnow. One more day of superb sea food, beer brewed with 5% shiraz juice and other wonders NZ can only dream of.

KG said...

Get some manners, leftrightout--this place isn't for sly political digs.

Lucia Maria said...

Hi KG!

Rain on and off here. Yesterday as well. I don't mind it too much, I just hope that we get some fine days as well.

Lucia Maria said...

LRO,

I check for reds under my bed every night, otherwise, how would I get any sleep at all!

KG said...

Around Saturday or Sunday should be clear, Lucia Maria. But cold. Around here, nothing gets the chance to dry out.

KG said...

We had a fairly heavy-duty night at work last night (a gang-related assault and all the drama that goes with that) but tonight may be a little quieter.

Lucia Maria said...

That must have been hard, KG.

ZenTiger said...

Evening folks. Home late from work, never a good habit for a Friday.

Now for pizza and kebabs. It's a varied and classy menu at Chez Tigre

Ciaron said...

Nothing significant to report.

Andrei said...

Hi all - 'tis very wet here tonite.

Fire stoked up, cats stretched out in front thereof.

One is even snoring - most odd. Didn't know cats snore

Lucia Maria said...

Hi Ciaron!

LOL Andrei, re your snoring cat. I have heard a cat snore before, but, as it's such a rare event, I can't remember which of my three did it. It was recent. Maybe it's the cold weather that brings it on?

scrubone said...

I see the Greens want to ban cold and damp - I thought they didn't want global warming?

Oh wait, it's just rentals.

http://www.stuff.co.nz/national/politics/3951641/Green-MP-wants-to-outlaw-cold-damp-rentals

Lucia Maria said...

Hi Scrubone,

Well that's a relief. My house is safe from the Greens, as it's not a rental.

Ciaron said...

just taking a peek at "weird".... amazing how many people who profess to be atheist think they know soooo much about Christianity.

scrubone said...
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Ciaron said...

Well Scrubone, as a new Christian, I don't feel sufficiently versed to take them on, but the dishonesty in their argument is incredible.

scrubone said...

Maybe they have one of these?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_fictional_diseases

Ciaron said...

Bugger, where did ya go? :)

scrubone said...

Sorry. Decided to re-write.

My comment was that atheists come up with these "serious problems" with christianity that "no one has ever thought of".

Matt Flanagan tells me that in most cases, early Christians have written extensively on those very topics. But even if you don't go back to the first or second century, these questions should be answered on a regular basis in any church that promotes good teaching.

ZenTiger said...

Evening all, including lurkers from beyond. Back again.

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