Monday, April 10, 2017

Isaiah 14:12

As we walk home from a late dinner, the full moon hangs high above us with a single bright object just beneath, but when I guess as to it being either Mars or Jupiter, Katie asks, "Why isn't it Venus, again?"

"Venus is usually down by the horizon, and it's either the Morning or the Evening Star, which is why it's often associated with Lucifer," I say.

"But Venus is a girl," Katie objects.

"I mean, angels don't have sexes at all," I reply, and Katie nods thoughtfully.
One year ago: Time Flies
Two years ago: Timing
Three years ago: Speculations on a Past Life (With Tuna)
Four years ago: Sins of the Alpha Male
Nine years ago: 4-9-08 Shoes

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