Tuesday, May 04, 2010

What's Your Position On...

19 comments:

-C said...

I'm right behind ya!

mary@evlogia said...

I'm right in front of you. :)

Chocolatesa said...

And I'm beside you!

Discourse said...

Needs to go on a mug.

Mary said...

Right there with ya!

David T said...

Amen, and pass the baton.

GretchenJoanna said...

hahahahahaha

practicinghuman said...

LOVE THIS!!!!!

Allan said...

Wow! With all these folks behind you and beside you and in front of you and carrying batons and all, it's become a regular Macy's Parade. :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm overhead riding in the Goodyear Blimp. Alix

John said...

I'm walking along at my own pace--but in the same direction (with maybe just a glance or two back at the fight we are fleeing.)

Patricia said...

Are you running toward it..or from it...?? ;o)

(another) Elizabeth said...

It's a multi-disciplinary exercise: study in prepositions, combined with the best of hesychastic wisdom. I think.

And to think that my teachers taught me to recognize prepositions with the phrase, "anywhere a mouse can go."

s-p said...

I love a parade!

Patricia, verrryyy astute. :) At one time in my life it was one way, at this time it is the other.

I actually strike this pose when people ask me what my position on some issue is. Then I smile and walk away.

Chocolatesa said...

Loll :P

James the Thickheaded said...

Actually, the trick is to turn sideways. A stick figure turned sideways is... a line, and a line has no dimension? or something like that. When you run, they can still see you and draw stuff that runs into you.

Truth is that I think I came running to Orthodoxy to get away from controversy. Heck... who'd have thunk? I mean... really.

Now I'm just going to turn sideways before that last line starts to slide off the wall.

JD said...

I guess I am new at this but the only thing close to a controversy that I have witnessed is people trying to "run the parish" that never took the time to learn anything about Christianity. I guess I'm fortunate.

Bill M said...

Liked it, linked it.

You've captured something subtle and true in the facial expression here. Well done! :)

s-p said...

Bill M., where's your blog?