The Official Writing Challenge
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06/06/05
Clever story! Good job.
06/06/05
That was so funny, lol. I could just see it. Well done.
06/06/05
Hahaha. I can just see Elsie (thinking of Elsie in Coronation St.) stealing the limelight from the pastor like that.
Humor flows so naturally through this narrative. I like the way you tie in the different denominations to add flavor. Very entertaining and easily readable. Nice work!
06/06/05
That Elsie of yours is quite a character. She is delightfully unaware of social graces. Enjoyed the peice.
Elsie wasn't the most reverent of characters but she was delightful none-the-less. A joy to read and laugh at the antics of a grown woman with moxie. Thanks for sharing and your sense of humor! Yours in Christ
06/08/05
How delightful! You are so creative and you allowed us to share your creative spirit in this wonderful account of an sunrise service that would not be easily forgotten.
06/08/05
As said above - simply delightful. Thank you for posting this story.
This was absolutely enjoyable! I can see it taking place... afterall, God does have a wonderful sense of humor!
06/09/05
I loved the playfulness of this! I can just picture it all. I can also see a cousin of my Grandma's sitting there helping her with the cracker crumbs! :)
06/10/05
FUN! I know a lady like this too. Too funny!
06/10/05
A very entertaining read. I've met some of these ladies before and love/d the fun way you bring us into their not so simple lives.
06/11/05
Gotta keep your eyes on Elsie! Once again, wonderful! If this series of adventures would be published, I, as our church librarian, would definitely purchase the book! I could see in my mind the swarm of sea gulls descend on the unsuspecting choir.