Photo of the Day- 30nov2010

Today is rained a lot in Chattanooga. A lot. It was flooding streets and swelling creeks. It started before daylight and didn’t end until after dark, and I loved it. I love the rain. The rain is my favorite. I could live in a rainforest (if they had cable and Wi-Fi). I love the rain.

I just love to go to the bookstore in the rain. I love to drink coffee and look at books and just relax and listen to the rain and the guys playing dungeons and dragons on their laptops in the cafe.

Today Ashley was excited to show me a book she had seen when we were in Rome this weekend. (We were in Rome, GA not Rome, Italy, although I’m sure the Barnes and Noble is pretty much the same either place.) It was this book:

Yup… that’s exactly what it looks like. It guides you in how to handle almost any “situation.” Except for maybe this one:

The Most Awkward Public Restroom Ever.

This is an actual bathroom in a local funeral home in North Georgia. I guess they figure that most people there visiting will know each other, but call me old fashioned, I prefer my privacy. I know that Jesus is everywhere and I may not be a very good Baptist minister for saying it, but I would like to think that even He has the courtesy to wait outside while I’m taking care of business in the bathroom.

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One Response to “Photo of the Day- 30nov2010”

  1. Tony Helton Says:

    RE: the two-seater toilets:
    There’s also an awkward restroom like that in the children’s center at a Baptist church in East Ridge… Not saying where, though…

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