Sunday, April 18, 2010

Volcanic ash part 3

In church this morning we were asked to pray about the serious side of the air traffic disruption. Chris said, 'Angela was telling me that they're having trouble bringing a body back into the country.'

I probably shouldn't have laughed at that point but really ...

I was already in trouble for hanging up in the main hall the Jesus clock that appeared in my office. And I can't understand why nearly everybody looked at me in disbelief when I said I didn't know where it had come from.


Leslie: said...

Does it REALLY matter how long it takes the body to get back? I'm sorry, but I'm in a good mood today and I'm snickering away here. Sorry!

NitWit1 said...

I guess the volcanic ash is far reaching but it would seem some things are less important than others.

However, it was sad so many heads of state could not get to Poland to mourn the death of their leaders, due to the valcanic ash cloud.

Liz said...

Not as long as it's in cold store, leslie!

there are a lot of real problems, nitwit.

Furtheron said...

We have a couple of interlopers here at work - old UK colleagues who were visiting folks for Easter and now can't get back so forced to work here for a change. And the big trip of bosses over to here has been canned... and given the latest news I think my trip to there next week will be postponed... :-)

Word verif... alkie... how appropriate for me! :-)

Liz said...

Not appropriate any more, furtheron!

Lia said...

That's got to be stressful.
I shouldn't snicker but Leslie's comment is funny.

much love

Puss-in-Boots said...

I'm with you...I laughed.

Tracey said...

oh dear... this made me giggle. thanks for that.
Hope you don't mind me coming here by the way? arrived from "guitars and Life"
Tracey xx