Worship the Lord with reverence and rejoice with trembling.
I learned three things over break:
- Everything changes.
- Nothing stays perfect without human intervention.
- Some people have abhorrent taste in house design and decoration.
The changes come gradually; living there you don’t really notice. But only visiting every six months or so, they have all built up and come crashing down in a huge crescendo. The perfection can be a yard meticulously maintained, a haircut trimmed constantly, or a car waxed to a high shine. But given time and no human intervention, weeds proliferate, hair grows, dirt adheres to paint. The abhorrent taste in design and decorations refers specifically to two houses in Ian’s area. We call one the Brick Monstrosity and the other That Really Ugly House With Too Many Lawn Ornaments. I’ll leave the explanation at that.
– KF –
10 thoughts on “Like a Rod of Iron”
Crescendos go up–not down. 🙂
You worried once about doing things because other people expect or want you to–don’t worry what a prospective employer thinks about whether you started work instantly after college or not. They might just think you were interesting and well-rounded to have gone to Australia for a month, if they think anything about it.
On my blog crescendos go down.
crescendos actually grow outward. It is a growing, but not a slope.
So it could grow down?
well, it swells, grows to a peak. A diminuendo would be something diminishing into softness or less intensity.
So you’re saying I’m pretty much on the wrong track entirely here.
in the world of cyberspace, anything can happen!! muahaha
As he came into the window, it was the sound of, a crescendo
He came into her apartment, he left the bloodstains, on the carpet
She ran underneath the table, you could she, was unable
So she ran into the beddroom, she was struck down, it was her doom
ANNIE ARE YOU OKAY!?
Annie, are you okay? Are you o-kay, Annie?!
I am okay.