I had planned to blog about Lane Frost and more on Social Grace (see the last Social Grace post), but a new more pressing post idea came to mind when my sister asked me about the "City on Our Knees" song. My sister is the Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood girl, so pretty much like me, all country music. She asked my mom, "Do you know that "City on Our Knees" song?" My mom, being the non-contemporary Christian music momma, told her to ask her sister [Wenya]. I told her, "Oh, yeah I know that song. It's been out for awhile [since 2010]". So I pulled it up for her on youtube, and we listened to Billy Graham do some talking in the interludes. In the beginning while Graham was talking, she asked me if it started with "If you gotta start somewhere". I knew the answer was yes, but for some reason I told her I don't remember.
Anyway, this is for everyone who is ambitious, driven, and feeling lost about their faith.
If you can't watch all 30 minutes at least watch the first bit with Phil. If you can watch Phil, Miss Kay, Jep, and Reed's good for you. As a young person Reed's was one of the most powerful for me. The story behind the faith of the Robertsons.
"LORD, you know the hopes of the helpless. Surely you will hear their cries and comfort them." - Psalm 10:17 (NLT)
the ability to fit into polite society and behave properly and with etiquette
According to glosbe (the only definition I could find), social grace has everything to do with your behavior, etiquette, and fit into polite society. Polite society meaning, I'd say, pretty much everything the United States and many other places aren't anymore. How come we have taken this turn for the worse? How should I know? I was born at the end of the 20th century. Curiosity killed the cat, you know, it will probably kill me too, eventually. Until then, I'm going to keep on doing the things that
Some of you may be wonder what has happened to all of the fashion and style posts on here. Well, we have redirected them to another page. This new page is in progress so don't judge us, too much. It isn't attached to the Western Wear 101 link at this time neither. This new page is more like a test run to see if it's worth having a separate page for it. So please go visit it!
I know for a fact I'm not the only person in this world that has this problem, which is why I'm taking it to the blog. The poor blog has been neglected, and I'm going to take advantage of my mood to write...with the drawback of not doing homework? (I'd make this blog my only homework, not even gonna lie.)
You're probably all saying to yourselves, "You're ranting ma'am please get back on topic." Right! Topic let's see how shall I say this. So you know how you think to yourself, "If I quit doing this would anybody even miss me?" ("This" could be anything from a sport, job, hobby, theater, etc.) Yep, phases me all the time. For example, I do drama (not the girl drama, the theater drama), and I've wonder for the
Yoeli and Wenya are sorry we haven't posted awhile, school is back in the swing. Meh. But we decided we should do something special for our one hundredth post, which happen to be while school was in full swing. So we finally decided on trying our skills at drawing out the states and labeling all of them. When we finally had executed this plan Wenya's scanner was too old for her laptop to recognize it. But just recently the laptop has been hacked around to finally recognizes the scanner so we can post this officially!
You hear one of those songs come on the radio, those ones that will give you shivers on a humid Heartland summer day when your sweating yet you just shivered. We all know those songs as some of the most influential, real to life, remembered songs for generations to come. I'm gonna start this new label on Wenya and Yoeli called the "Forever Remembered Country Music". This label will consist of the songs that can make any cowboy or cowgirl shiver because of the impact of the song. I don't know if other genres have songs like those in country music (due to the fact I've only ever listened to country music my entire life), but the songs in country music describe my life. I'm sure they explain your life, as well.