According to the JesusWeen.com website, this was probably a very short lived thing.
(After mentioning “JesusWeen” to Mrs Sofa, she asked “As in going onto solids?”)
Long time readers of The Sofa will know of my daughter, “Little Sofa”. I don’t mention her often as this place is often about silly church things… not little person things.
Now, if you don’t have kids yourself, they seem to hate the concept of going to relax in a bed and gently going to sleep for the night. (It’s like they believe that they’ll miss out on all the fun if they sleep.)
Normally kids employ tactics to stay up like, running, dancing, needing a wee, and going to the toilet.
Lately I’ve noticed that Little Sofa occasionally tries a different technique to avoid going to sleep… She starts talking about church things… and well I guess we’re never sure how much we should tell her to go to sleep if she’s asking questions about Jesus?
Anyway here’s a collection of Christian style techniques she has employed to stay awake. (Some of which I may have made up):
Any more you can offer?
Perfect tune if you’re finding yourself coming down with a cold.
Once, when travelling by train down to Southampton, I was welcomed into Coventry by a Train Manager repeating “Welcome to the concrete jungle” over the trains intercom system.
While less funny, this does feel like an altogether warmer welcome.
Details of confession.
Make sure you keep it all direct and to the point here.
Previously I’ve wondered what a Christian Halloween Costume may look like, but what about Trick or Treating? What if a Christian wanted to doll out tricks at Halloween? I admit most of these are based on the person at the door dishing out the tricks… this is presuming you can be quick at dishing out the tricks…
But what should should Christian Halloween tricks look like? Here’s out list*:
Any more you can suggest?
*All of these are a little silly. Probably best you don’t do any of these.
** Probably not as effective in Italy.