They are not of the world, even as I am not of the world.
That scares me. Imagine what it would do to my young granddaughters should that follow them into the Ladies Room.
Probably scare them at most.But that's bad enough.
Gag me with a spoon! I guess it's coming to that. What a wicked world we live in. Well, "as for me and my house, we shall serve the LORD." [Joshua 24:15]May the LORD bless and keep you. ~:)
There it is right there. And this is one of the 'lighter' 'gentler' images I've seen.
I've seen women [biological women] who've looked at that. Mark my words, some poor women is going to get the crap kicked out of her, for using a public restroom.
That IS sad.
I posted this on FB and a number of friends didn't realize I had faked it.
Not sure what that means Ed.
I'll salute the 'real' mothers out there.
and they deserve it.
Is this you? :-)
Only when I visit SanFran undercover :)
Says it all.
We are so screwed, Ed. I actually feel nauseous after reading your top two posts here today.Bleh.:(Freddie
Freddie! Thanks for letting me know you're ok!Even if I left you nauseous.
Ed, where'd you get this picture? This person works at our local Starbucks!
It works at ours, too!
Oh, BROTHER!(or should I say "oh, SISTER!" or should I say "oh, WHATEVER GENDER'")GEEEEZ!
See? It IS confusing.1 Corinthians 14:33 (KJV)For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints.
What a smart choice! The royal blue sun dress says "I'm feminine and confident" (and capable of a wide stance in the ladies stall), yet the open and casual striped top says "I'm a little manly and insecure." If we could see the shoes, I'm pretty sure they're large buckled rain galoshes.
But the galoshes match the purse.
We have a winner for best comment!
Why, thank you, Ed.I do my best work when I'm pressed for time. ;^)