Dave and Kathy Simpson have arrived in Berlin and we're getting ready to go to the European Theological Conference which is held every 2 years in Fritzlar, Germany. We'll be seeing most of the National leaders and great friends from the Europe/Middle East region.
This week's "time to laugh" is an old song that I first heard listening to Armed Forces Radio when I lived in South Korea 17 years ago. It's ridiculous, but what a great guitar part and beat. This should really be the ring tone on all of the Oldham's phones. Let this song get stuck in your head and it will never leave for 17 years. I promise. And who can beat the Shakespearean lyrics below?
Baby, Would you eat that there snack cracker In your special outfit for me, please?
Yo ye pharoahs, let us walk Through this barren desert, in search of truth And some pointy boots, and maybe a few snack crackers.
baby, you make me wanna walk like a camel. walk!
Who's in charge here? where's my Captain's wafers? Don't go around hungry now, the way you eat that oatmeal pie, Makes me just wanna die, baby!
You make me wanna walk like a camel. walk!
Say, you don't think there's any way I can get that quarter From underneath your pointy boot, do ya? All I want is just one more oatmeal pie. Little Debbie, Little Debbie! I'm a'comin on home, baby, 'cause you make me wanna walk Like a camel