Aliens in the Apple

Holy bubbles

Franci 15 Apr 2016 Funny things Potentially controversial Uncategorized

I’ve been searching for a preschool for Laurelin for a couple of mornings a week. I think it’ll be good for her, and it will help the two older girls and me get a bit more done in school. It’s either that or a very part-time nanny, but I’ve just started looking so we’ll see.

Anyway, in my search, I came across a preschool that uses a church’s facilities (but they’re not affiliated with them at all). Ben and I scrolled through the church’s page and photos to get an idea of what they believe, etc. out of interest and came across this one. No, I don’t know the context, and each to his own, but…?!


Comments (4)

Jeremy E 15 Apr 2016 at 11:20am

Galippians 4:12, 13 - “And the Lord spoke through his prophets in former times through the air captured by soap, saying ‘thus shall you honor me and I shall be your God.’ Therefore, as it is written, as is fitting for the upbuilding of the saints, do not neglect blowing bubbles in the assembly.”

lianahavelaar 15 Apr 2016 at 6:39pm

Somehow I can just see you enjoying a really good kick out of that, Franci! (and Ben) Miss you guys. Hey, it’s school holidays (here) next week. Do you think we could arrange a Skype chat - high time you met our twins!

Laurel 18 Apr 2016 at 3:51am

Thankfully not purporting in any way to be Christian, but I had a similar “Whoa, what’s that?” moment in a link advertised at a recent cello recital. (The recital itself was being promoted by Ilse’s cello teacher, though she has none of these religious leanings!) Check this out:
Estelle did not fail to note the irony that this link featured on one side of the recital programme, and on the other side was a listing of Bach’s six solo cellos suites that were featured along with a Bach portrait and the inscription “To the greater glory of God”!

Franci 18 Apr 2016 at 8:20am

Yeah, reminds me of this:

Crazy stuff.