Wow, around the New Year I said this about C.S. Lewis and Mere Christianity:
He better be bringing his “Little Deuce Coupe.”
And he has. Or maybe it’s more like an Aston Martin Vantage V-8. Whatever he’s driving, Jack has been proving something that Chuck Yeager said regarding pilots and aircraft. Which is more important Chuck?
It’s the man, not the machine. Wait a second, lets see the whole enchilada:
I have flown in just about everything, with all kinds of pilots in all parts of the world—British, French, Pakistani, Iranian, Japanese, Chinese—and there wasn’t a dime’s worth of difference between any of them except for one unchanging, certain fact: the best, most skillful pilot has the most experience.
So, remember the honeymoon, guys? When C.S. Lewis won the book selection vote by a nose? Here are some quotes to refresh your memory,
Eighty-nine book club votes and counting—can we count on so-many contributions about the segments of the book when we begin club reading-n-reflecting in earnest?
Um, evidently NOT! Roll tape!
Excuse me Tommy, did you say bunch of babies?! LOL, I thought so.
Prayers were answered with this book club selection?
Oh, thank you! I came down to my computer this morning to a note from my son, saying he wanted to discuss Mere Christianity with me. He’s 21, and searching for God’s place in his life. So my prayer was answered…
I agree! Get outta the tree, people (Cubs fans—sheesh)! We’ve only got one more meeting to go folks, and like Webster and I have been saying, Jack saved his best stuff for last. He’s driving his Lola-Cosworth at break-neck speeds and setting track records and living to tell about it.
Yeah, Jack looks good in British Racing Green, and heck, maybe it’s Irish green. Either way, he is flying toward the finish line this week and so are we. Did you see him pass that guy like he was standing still? Was that you?
Webster (say it ain’t so Mav!)
El Bollio Tejano
Not exactly 89!, LOL. After all, this film ending is more like it. Roll tape!
Sometimes you just have to switch to manual. See you all Thursday (and leave your Blue books and Scantrons at home!).