Riggins’ Rigs

February 29, 2012

Happy Leap Day!!! I’ve heard that on February 29 it is a tradition to get your favorite blogger who talks about Jewish things and TV shows a super great gift. That is just what I’ve heard, you guys.

Oh friends, bless the Lord with me because my back actually felt a bit better yesterday. I can’t even tell you how awesome it was. Let’s hope today is fantabulous and pain free, K? K.

I got to meet with my sweet, sweetie mentor Kelsey yesterday and it was lovely. And she is the best because she made me this.

It is awesome because 1. It is yellow and gray and will go perfectly in my house, 2. It is the Shema — my favorite verses! and 3. It is homemade. Love. It.

Oh man, you guys. The Parenthood season finale was last night. I’m so sad that it’s over! It was good, though. There was a wedding, so my friends and I had champagne and cake so we felt like we were there with the Bravermans. Also, any excuse for treats.

Crosby and Jasmine’s wedding was lovely, and I’m so happy they’re married and good to each other again. I’m glad Adam and Crosby made up. The Julia and Joel sitch makes me a bit nervous — is that their kid now, or could the mom take him back? Also, please tell me, what do you think of Mark and Sarah? Are they both just so desperate to make it work that they’re making a bad decision? I just don’t know. But do you know the best part of the episode? Do you? Do you?…

BILLY RIGGINS. You guys. The only way I would’ve been happier if he had brought his younger brother along to fix a car or something. Because, let’s not kid — Tim Riggins on Parenthood would’ve made me faint with all kinds of fictional character worlds colliding joy.

I’m teaching a class at church tonight. Somehow I tricked them into thinking that was a good idea. I’m talking about three of the articles of the Anglican church — the sufficiency of Scripture alone for salvation, the importance of the Old Testament (what?! — said like Gus from Psych), and the creeds. It’s been kind of cool studying these articles because they’re so solid. Scripture has everything we need for salvation — nothing outside of it can add or subtract to it. The Old Testament is part of God’s story — it is not to be ignored or left out. And the creeds sum up our faith — they’re based solely on Scripture and help new believers understand what Christianity is all about. Umm, so that’s all I have to say. I have an hour to teach, though. Apparently it’s going to be a short lesson.

K, I hafta go. I hope you have a lovely Wednesday!


7 Responses to “Riggins’ Rigs”

  1. Becca said

    “Tim Riggins on Parenthood would’ve made me faint with all kinds of fictional character worlds colliding joy.” So true. We can only dream…

  2. denisemorris said

    I believe it will happen someday. It has to.

  3. laura said

    My Leap Day present to you (and humanity) is to suggest watching last Thursday’s episode of 30 Rock. It is highly informative about how to properly celebrate this great holiday.

  4. Kerry Wester said

    I have survived my most invasive second root canal. Equally as painful as said root canal was the $208 co-pay I was unaware I would be required to pay before I left. That being said I will be unable to send to you, my very favorite blogger a leap year gift. I will however treat myself to a free leap year gift and start watching Parenthood while I lay on my couch for the next 42 days and recover.

  5. denisemorris said

    Laura — that ep was so funny. Who knew Leap Day was such an amazing holiday?!

    Kerry — I can’t even imagine how awful this is. Are you in a lot of pain right now? I hope they gave you good drugs. Please start watching Parenthood! It’s so great. Same writer as FNL. It’s not quite as good, but still pretty wonderful.

  6. Ashley Ramsey said

    Sarah and Mark are desperate and disgusting! He’s not a man, he’s a boy with bad facial hair and he gets on my nerves. Honestly, once Seth has been sober for a year I say she should try to make that work before moving to NY with mark.

  7. denisemorris said

    I know, I kind of like Seth too. And Mark’s mustache gets to me. 😉

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