If my life had been recorded yesterday, it might have looked a lot like “David After the Dentist” (only not so cute). Foggy, angry, worried that this is the permanent new me. Chris kept me from any real harm knowing that after a good night of sleep my nonsense would wear off. He was right. I can already laugh about most of it and chalk the rest up to light and momentary affliction. This clip has been around for a while, but I keep watching it because, one, it makes me laugh right out loud. And two, because it reminds me that the stupor of the fall is temporary for those who believe.
"The supreme and splendid characteristic of Stevenson, was his levity; and his levity was the flower of a hundred grave philosophies." Chesterton
Something to Read
"The Book of the Dun Cow" Walter Wangerin Jr.
"Till We Have Faces" C.S. Lewis
"The Scarlet Pimpernel" Baroness Orczy
"The Man Who Was Thursday" G.K. Chesterton
"Robert Louis Stevenson" G.K. Chesterton
"Orthodoxy" G.K. Chesterton