26 February 2006

An English Morning

I just finished a large late Sunday breakfast, while watching a television program on the Tower of London. It made me feel English, even though I have miniscule traces of English blood.

Now I am watching the British Academy Film Awards. Oh yay! Scotsman James McAvoy won the Orange Rising Star Award! I think he's cute. Sorry. I am thinking out loud as I am watching.

14 Comments:

At 26 February, 2006 11:41, Blogger Redeemed said...

Hey Carey,

This is off topic, but I thought you would like this.

This morning my Pastor read from 1 Thess. 1:4. He stopped at verse 2, "we give thanks to God always for you all". You see, he shouted, the Lord spoke Southerner!!! You all, y'all! haha I was cracking up in my pew. We all were.

 
At 26 February, 2006 12:45, Blogger Carey said...

*laughs* I'm cracking up too!

 
At 26 February, 2006 13:05, Blogger Consecrated said...

I am a bit puzzled, Carey. Is it Sunday morningin Texas or not. Do you not go to church?

 
At 26 February, 2006 13:23, Blogger Carey said...

I usually do, but I am sick.

 
At 26 February, 2006 13:42, Blogger Dyspraxic Fundamentalist said...

Carey, people in England rarely eat cooked breakfasts anymore (though the Atkins diet has triggered a partial revival).

As it happens, I did have bacon sandwiches for breakfast.

Every Blessing in Christ

Matthew

 
At 26 February, 2006 13:43, Blogger Carey said...

I was referring more to a traditional English breakfast... unless that waiter lied to me.

Bacon sandwiches? Yum! Bacon is my sinful downfall. Good thing I'm not strict Kosher. I couldn't take it. Must eat bacon!

 
At 26 February, 2006 18:13, Blogger Consecrated said...

Get well soon Carey.
My turn to ask you a question. You talk about Yeshu'a and Kosher. Are you partly Jewish?

 
At 27 February, 2006 05:34, Blogger Palm boy said...

Haha. Somehow, I cannot see a sandwich with just bacon on it as filling.

 
At 27 February, 2006 05:50, Blogger Carey said...

I knew someoe would eventually ask that! If I am Jewish, it is very miniscule. I have had a fasciation with the Jewish culture from a young age.

 
At 27 February, 2006 06:46, Blogger Consecrated said...

I love Jewish music. It is so vibrant and happy. My favorite Jewish movie is Fiddler on the Roof.

 
At 27 February, 2006 10:03, Blogger Carey said...

Me too! I love that movie. Have you seen Yentl? Yes, Jewish music is so joyful and the folk dances are a blast! I love listening to it.

 
At 27 February, 2006 12:42, Blogger Consecrated said...

Carey, Never heard of Yentl before, but then I haven't been to a movie in over thirty some years. Sorry to disappoint you, but I am not familiar with anything pertaining to the Hollywood industry.

The Fiddler on the Roof is my favorite movie because I haven't seen any other. hahahah. The story begins in my sister's house in California when her kids were younger, and she wanted to play a family movie for them.

 
At 27 February, 2006 15:20, Blogger Carey said...

Yentl was made back in 1983, I think. Barbra Streisand directed and starred in it. If you like Fiddler on the Roof, you'd probably like this one. It has some "questionable" material in it -- a women dresses as a man to attend theological school (and let's just say that she ends up getting herself into more trouble than she bargained for).

 
At 27 February, 2006 18:28, Blogger Consecrated said...

Sounds like a funny movie. Will try to look for a copy at Blockbusters.

 

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