Occasional Holy Man, Indifferent Bassist, Expelled Philosopher, and Maladroit Luthier Who Offers Stray, Provocative, and Insouciant Thoughts about Religion, Archaeology, Human Foible, Surfing, Interesting People, and Quirky Music. "Sent down" from the University of Edinburgh. [Also, "alot" is not a word.]
Wednesday, September 15, 2010
What The...? A Pool Party?!
This morning, while I was casually composing Sunday's program and readying for my academic year premier at Rumsey Hall, a great commotion shook the Rectory [not to mention set to rocking the Chief Wahoo bobblehead].
It turns out my neighbors are building a pool. Next to the parking lot. And the Rectory. With earth-moving equipment parked in our lot. [Really, folks, you should ask to park here, as one never knows when a funeral or some other such event will take place during the week. I'm a friendly guy, so I'm told. Churches aren't just open on Sundays, you know. Well, maybe you don't know, but still....]
Anyway, to salute my neighbors' bold new plan for their property, and for turning the Rectory's tap water brown, I offer these two articles: