Friday, July 21, 2006

Happy Anniversary to Us! RevGalBlogPals!!!!!!

1) What is your first memory of the RevGalBlogPals?
Mr. C thought up the first version of our name. Songbird perfected it.

2) Have you met any of the other ring members in real life?
I've loved meeting Songbird, Cheesehead, Reverendmother, Stacey, Rev. Mommy, Chaplain Lydia, Not-Shy, Rev. Abi, and who did I leave out? I am meeting Purechristianthink next week! What a gift you all are! Every one of you!

3) Of those you haven't met, name a few you would love to know in person. I want to meet Quotidian Grace because our lives sound rather similar and I want to meet ALL OF YOU! Every one of you!

4) What has Ring Membership added to your life? I belong to a group of interesting people who understand ministry and more! Every one of you!

5) Describe a hope for the future of the WebRing. I'd like for us to have a conference/retreat together. I'd like us to speak at conferences across the ocean, too. Could we have a group bracelet? Could we sponsor a conference for seminarians? Could we go on a cruise? Can we make Cajun Shrimp our RevGalBlogPals official toenail polish? (see original post for this info over at

Thank you for making my world larger, getting me through the trauma of the Storm, laughing at my jokes and being so very dear with your support.

Love you,
St. Casserole


Songbird said...

We love Mr. C!!! What a clever man your Lovely Husband is.
I want to see a picture of that nail polish color! My toenails are painted, but a bit too pinky-salmon to please me. My mother used to say shrimp was the ultimate neutral because it went with black, navy or khaki....

see-through faith said...

love you too.

If we ever meet - take me to a pedicure. I've never had one and am too scared to do it alone here in Finland :)

love your ideas, but more I love your generous spirit. You are an inspiration.

One really good thing about Katrina, is that it brought you and your people closer to all of us. I was so happy that the money from a light blazes could go to help ... I can't imagine how awful it was and how you must feel approaching the 1 year ... but because you shared your grief, dismay, frustration and glimmers of hope - I've had much more compassion for disasters everywhere, like the earthquake in Pakistan.

God bless you, your ministry and your gifts of honesty and laughter.

I love you. And hope we meet. I really do

Mary Beth said...

You are such a treasure to me!

My husband still shakes his head about me panicking all during Katrina about someone named "St Casserole," whose real name I didn't know.

He thinks I am nuts. Ah, what he doesn't know! :)

mark said...

Thank YOU for hosting the conversation that started this fun, quirky community!
And, just so you know, you ended up number one on the list of RevGals I'd like to meet because you just seem like you'd be a hoot!