I've been taught better. One time, my Dad was so upset with my antics at church, he made me and my brothers sit down and come up with a list of 20 things that you don't do in church. We got to our mandated 20, and my brother Aquaman and I kept going (Dad was on a donut run and not back yet).
|You can't see me, cuz I'm already in position|
When I served as an altar server, I used to daydream about filling in for the priest if he was suddenly
My favorite way to pass the time in church, is to pick out my next wife (This is not my current wife's favorite thing to have me do in church). I know that, as an guy who is very happily married, that if something were to happen to take my spouse from me, that I would quickly want to get back into that type of relationship.
To end this missive on mass musings, I'll simply say that I do give it some effort each week and try to pay attention, but the spirit is willing and the flesh is weak. I suspect some people are hearing the adage "Standing in a church does not make you a Christian, anymore that standing in your garage makes you a car", right now, and I really can't blame them. I'll try to do better in the future, but leave me my future wife watching, a guy has to plan you know.