Tuesday, November 14, 2006

"I'm here to take your blood"

Oh how many times I've heard that over the last two weeks!
Still there are some who hear it way more than I have.

There is something, however, about being awakened by someone saying this in an eastern European accent. It may have been enhanced by being half asleep, but I wanted to make sure they took my blood with a needle, and they didn't take it from my neck. That sentence and accent made for an odd mixture.

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Lane Keister said...

Funny! Thanks for commenting on my blog. Your blog looks interesting. I will link to it on mine. Feel free to return the favor.

5:08 PM  
Blogger pilgrim said...

Thanks for your comments. I enjoyed reading your blog.

The story is actually better when I speak it as I can do the accent and that alone conveys what I need extra words to say.

10:25 AM  
Blogger AspiringTheologian said...

Haha. Wow.

I will definately be praying for you.

Albert Shepherd

11:10 AM  

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