p.s.

My husband is worried that I’m painting too rosy a picture of what happens on the prayer stair.  Just to set the record straight, there is often a lot of jostling (sometimes fighting) about who sits where before we even start.  Sometimes at least one of us is in a bad mood.  If there is a quiet moment, it isn’t uncommon for someone to say something in a really low voice or in an accent (or both) and make us all crack up.  Any prayer that might occur happens in that context.  Now you know.

4 comments on “p.s.

  1. Jill crampton says:

    That is soooo comforting !!!

  2. kay huxham says:

    hahayou haven’t heard mine! Another beautiful post, thank you

    Kay

    Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2013 22:18:37 +0000 To: kayhuxham@hotmail.com

  3. Katherine Bridge says:

    Karen, you should really make Philip behave better on the prayer stair – if not, perhaps he should be on the naughty step! ;0)x

  4. Mom and Dad says:

    And here we thought the prayerstair was just a little bit of heaven

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