So much for nipping it in the bud.

Hey, don’t blame me, I didn’t start the fire. All I did was spread it around a little.


And here’s more. Just ignore the four letter word.

  1. shannon

    Beats Ellen!

  2. Mike the Eyeguy

    Just my little reminder to all that there’s a great big wide wonderful world out there beyond The Bubble.

    Carpe Diem.

  3. greg

    this is cracking me up…

    by the way, THIS I could have done without… that’s really what we need – them coming to our place after a loss. That can’t be good. (Ask Clemson.)

  4. Laura

    Here is another FYI, yes, when and if our daughters get married we will have music/band at the reception just to have fun. Music is a big part of life at home and we have fun with it. I was talking to someone raised in coc and very conservative. Her son insisted on having a band at his wedding and she said “she was scared to death and dreading it”. Instead she had so much fun. She said “instead of everyone standing around small talking they were all dancing”. She said they lined danced and learned alot of diff. ones. She said they laughed and talked all evening. She said she would recommend it to anyone. I think just like everything you have to be careful but in a setting such as this what is wrong with it. You are creating memories with your children and future in laws. So there is my two cents again and I agree with I would rather have them dancing then parking. Oh and by the way, my daughter was taken to the “Wild Horse Saloon” on her first visit to Lipscomb this year. So I guess once again she will be going to a bad school! Ha (just like her public school years) She even danced. It was a great time had by all she said. And yes, you can dance without drinking. I would give anything to know how, I still think it would be great exercise .

  5. Mike the Eyeguy

    “Oh and by the way, my daughter was taken to the “Wild Horse Saloon” on her first visit to Lipscomb this year.”

    Was that an “official visit?” 🙂

    From the Lipscomb Student Handbook:

    “The University does not sponsor dances for any university-related group or organization. Discretion should be used in choosing places of entertainment.”

    The way I read that is you can dance on you own time, but be careful where you go. Sounds like the Lipscomb administration is handling things much like we do in our families, Laura–treating their students like young adults, letting out a little bit of leash, allowing them to make some mistakes, being there for them when they do.

  6. Mike the Eyeguy

    “Just ignore the four letter word.”

    Nobody picked up on the double entendre. Oh well…

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