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This One Goes to ‘Eleven’

June 10, 2008

It’s a whirlwind week as we three are in Chattanooga, TN to prep for The Wedding of the Century as The Wife’s baby brother is tying the knot. So we’re deconstructing a chimney, moving bricks, cleaning messes, framing the floor, and patching a steep roof (a project saturated with caution, lest we create a painfully ironic headline, “Local Man Breaks Neck and Pelvis Three Days Before Own Wedding”). We’re staying at the lively Fly House , where at least three cousins are constantly at play, plus various neighbors and family passing through, plus a spare infant who mysteriously comes and goes. Of course, the real guest list is only beginning to arrive, and the party will undoubtedly reach a fevered pitch in the days to come. It’ll be in-laws, outlaws, friends, neighbors and Y’Aunt Faye, and it’ll be one great time.

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3 Responses to “This One Goes to ‘Eleven’”

  1. Moff says:

    More spine-tingling synchronicity weirdness. You know I went to Covenant, right? and my brother owned a house in St. Elmo for like 5 years or something before moving to Colorado Springs a year ago.

    Weeiiirrrrdddd. What church is the wedding at? :^D

  2. kate says:

    Man, that sounds like fun!!! Go Timmy!

  3. Anonymous says:

    In your “to do list” don’t forget EMERGENT influence on PCA pastors… :)


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