You’re It

I’m still not quite sure what the point of ‘memes’ are, but it seems I’ve been tagged by the Strong Woman to put down Five Random Facts About Me

Alright then…

1. My big brag is that I met Mel Gibson and contributed a scene to The Passion
2. I once wrote and performed a one man, 50 minute, dramatic reading of T.H.White’s Sword in the Stone
3. I love reading the diaries of Rev.Francis Kilvert and Parson Woodeford
4. My ancestors were Mennonites
5. I discovered a ley line that stretches from Jerusalem to Ireland.

  • Mac McLernon

    No, no, NO !!You cannot say you met Mel Gibson and contributed a scene to The Passion of the Christ and just leave it there…details… we need DETAILS !

  • Fr. Dwight Longenecker

    Ah now, that would be bragging, and of course modesty forbids me, but perhaps if really pressured I just might be persuaded to write a post on that most fascinating encounter…

  • and also with you

    OOH, let me guess…you were the inspiration for Satan? She WAS bald, as I recall. ROFL…But your list…you ARE the Renaissance man!And memes are just about annoying your fellow bloggers. The next evolution in “forward this e-mail to 10 people and you will be blessed/get a million dollars/etc, etc…”.

  • Jeffrey Smith

    I don’t particularly care a hoot about the film. I’m curious about the “ley line”, though.

  • Mac McLernon

    Jeffrey, you are a man, and therefore your comment about the film is only to be expected…Fr D, what do I need to do to make you consider yourself pressured?;-)

  • Fr. Dwight Longenecker

    I can’t use up my stock of good stories too soon…

  • MM

    plz plz do tell details of the scene plzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

  • jeron

    fr. dwight, you’re like the coolest priest i’ve never met!

  • Fr. Dwight Longenecker

    You don’t understand the basics of psychology. You see, the more you flatter and cajole me, the more I will with hold the story.. hoping that even more flattery and pleasant cajolery will come my way…