Monday, October 27, 2014

Episode 34 - Hair playing, AllProDad question for my wife, a Sorcerer’s Hat, and Who’s Pregnant?!

Photo credit: Brittany Soliz, NGM Photos, 2014

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Olivia’s question to me: You know at night, when we’re watching television without the kids, why do you not automatically start playing with my hair? You know that’s what I want.

Bonus Question #1: Could you (Jerry) please entertain us for 15 minutes talking about the game “Clue?”

My question to Olivia: Is there anything I devote a regular amount of time to that you see as a possible threat to our family or our marriage relationship?

This question was drawn from #9 in a post called “10 Questions to Ask Your Wife Every Year” by Thanks to Justin Bradley from Iron Sharpens Iron on Facebook for posting this list in the Facebook Group. (Correction: the Bible verse I meant to reference was Proverbs 27:17, not 17:11.)

Our question to you: What is the word embedded in my “tattoo” from Olivia? See the image below. Virtual high-five to those who find it!

Photo credit: Jerry Dugan. Yes, that's a hairy leg. Sorry.
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    1. There's also a smilie face in highlighter in there somewhere. Olivia loves to write on me while we're in church, because I'm taking notes for the small groups curriculum and devotional so I can't stop.


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