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Wednesday, February 4, 2009
here's why I created this blog. To say things I think are important...but not important enough to record a song about.


Wow, T'was so fun to see everybody, I'm so glad you all showed up, and you know who you are. I actually had a lot of fun, holding a hand here and there, and slapping some backs.
It didn't help that some folks at home at the gurgules, So we couldn't like...LEGALLY...hug. and that REALLY sucks. If you can't hug family members at a fellowship...you might as well not go. It feels so darn un-natural!! You see your chick friend across the field...and the loves starts pushing it'self into your legs, forcing you to run across the field yelling their name. You skid to a stop, she looks into your eyes, wanting...whatever is it, but whatever it is, you can't do it to her. You just say, "HI! I missed you. Uh, yeah, you look nice." An evil voice is telling you "Hug them! hug them! nyahaha!" But no, you're a Christian. You wouldn't dream of it.
We all know a influenza epidemic is ravaging Japan, but hey. Somehow it's just not possible that the fever or barfs your home is circulating could have come from one of the hundreds of people you stood next to on the train, or had breathing on you out witnessing. You didn't pick it up from a sick kid during the children's hospital CTP, and you didn't get it from the brazilian lady behind you at the checkout. We already know, that the sickness came from "-blank-" home! really guys, when can we just...hug? Honestly, carcasm aside, I understand why we weren't hugging and stuff, I get it. PTL! BUT...you know...those times...when someone in the home has only a COLD, or maybe a fever. Of course non-family members need to go to work, and get on that train behind you even if they've got that fever. But we in the family...stay home. Even just not coming in direct contact with the diseased would launch our preventative measures over the pitiful system labor machine. Come on. In heaven, when we find out exactly how many times we picked something up from a family member from another home VS picking something up from our frequent outings in the world, I think thats where we will have those "tears in heaven" Dad talks about. (hey...do we not go to the supermarket or hit the trains when our home has measles going around? No. Them neither!) I love you all! hugs and kisses (Just kidding, none of that for a couple of months yet). I'm going with Tabitha tomorrow to see a contact and possibly book a gig. (Should we not? for his sake?)
Something...I think...is a little bit weird here.
Lord...help us to have more faith, and trust in you. You have the answers!
Now I delivered my soul, I will trust God.

Someone, give me a hug.



posted by Steve @ 2:33 AM  
8 Comments:
  • At February 4, 2009 at 7:23 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I understand your take and I agree to a certain extent, but there is also the good the Lord gets out of the times that you describe when we can't hug. It sure makes you appreciate the Family and how we have the blessing of abundant hugs. Kind of like the you can't appreciate wonderful health until you've known some sickness. Think of all those who aren't really close to anyone and very rarely, appreciate a real hug. Especially in the culture you live in (Japan), that is very conservative, and not known for warmth and/or affection. We have so much, and they are missing it, the hugs, as well as Jesus. It seems you have seen the value of hugs and will soon appreciate abundance again. Absence makes the heart grow fonder, is true in lots of ways. PTL, Look on the bright side.

     
  • At February 4, 2009 at 8:44 AM, Anonymous Joans said…

    hahahaha funny boy.

     
  • At February 4, 2009 at 4:56 PM, Blogger Steve said…

    Anon...are you my Dad? or mom?
    your right though.

     
  • At February 4, 2009 at 7:55 PM, Blogger Florence said…

    Hahahahahaha Anonymous who sounds like Mom or Dad. Good one. Yeah Steve, stop grumbling! Hahahahahahahahahaha

     
  • At February 5, 2009 at 6:12 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    aww! ur first little baby rant! it's so cute! so so cutesy wootsy woo........just wanna cuddle it and snuggle it and wuga wuga wuggle it...........awwwww

    hhehe......no dude--some good lines in there ("ur a christian"). know how u feel, a home here has chicken pox..........which they are giving to all their sheep, all the restaurants they sing it, and the phone company, electric company and gas..................but thank god all the family members are safe.

    Joe.

     
  • At February 6, 2009 at 10:45 AM, Blogger Joyce: said…

    I agree with you 100%, Stever. But God will help you, like He helped me, don't you worry. :P I love you! xxx

     
  • At February 12, 2009 at 5:38 AM, Blogger Junior said…

    I think I agree 100 percent with you! And you know what I am like when I get behind something.. I shouldnt have looked.

     
  • At February 16, 2009 at 6:48 AM, Anonymous Mark said…

    I also agree all the way. I hug anyways heehee.

     

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