William Schryver wrote:
Don't read too much into the comment about the baseball bat and the .45. Truth be told, I really don't even have a .45. I have a wimpy little Browning .22 pistol. But I can put ten holes in a soda can at 30 yards with it. And so can my 14-year-old daughter. We're not much on slaying woodland creatures, although the two of us did draw deer permits this year for the first time in several years. So I guess we'll try to put some venison on the table during the cold winter months.
I did go to the exmo conference to hear Brent. And believe me, I remember very well you and your black dress. As I recall, you were struggling to keep the girls tucked in securely. ;-) But don't worry, I didn't feel threatened or ashamed. If one views God as an artist, then certainly the female breast is one of His masterpieces.
By the way, I tried to send a song to your e-mail address, but the e-mail came back undeliverable because it says it exceeded your size limitation. The file is 7MB -- not really that large. Even web-based services usually permit up to 10MB in attachments. So, you'll either have to go without, or give me a different address where it can tolerate the large files.
I'd much rather watch woodland creatures than kill them, too. I do not like venison, either, so I'm glad my husband isn't a hunter.
I am a bit embarrassed about the dress...or rather, my nervousness in the dress that night. That was the first time I'd worn it, and I was worried about keeping my "girls" tucked in, but I've worn it since and have never had too much slippage. I bought a new red dress for this year's dinner, but the black dress is so infamous now, I may wear it again! Maybe it should be an exmo tradition. :)
I don't know why the file was too large. I only have one more address, but it's the same service. I'll see if I can find a way for you to get the songs to me or, as you say, go without. Thanks for the attempt at sending them.