What Say You?

How you be…in taking a phrase and putting truth to it? Not that the phrase lacks verity. This time around, though, I have three phrases…with an invitation. Might any of you share back with me about what message[s] come with the phrases? markhmiller@att.net will work just fine.

I thought I’d take a rush at them, but no. Wanted to see what others think. Yep, you be “others.” Let me know if you will.

Here they are:

#1. Why is it when I’m stabbed in the back my finger-prints are on the knife?

#2. Yes, you can take it with you…but then it melts.

#3. The poverty of wealth.

Happy marinating.

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About Mark H Miller

Diane and I live in Leander, Texas. This past June 17, 2015 I celebrated the 49th anniversary of my ordination. We returned to Texas after three years in Washington, during which I served as interim minister in Bellevue/Eastgate and Mercer Island. Am planning to begin a 5th novel that will have my protagonist, Tricia Gleason, serve a year in licensed ministry in Snoqualmie, Washington. The novel, "The Lemon Drop Didn't Melt," will find Tricia wrestling with ministry challenges. None of which more daunting than someone wanting her breathing to stop. All the published novels are available on Amazon and Amazon Kindle under Mark Henry Miller. A primary goal in our return to Texas is to make sure grandchildren get lots of attention--here and in Chicago and Washington, D.C. Traveling is definitely an activity that will not slow down. With that, of course, fishing will happen. To that the t-shirt is apt, "I fish; therefore I am." In addition to novels, the book of Blogs, "Voice Of My Heart," is also available on Amazon.
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One Response to What Say You?

  1. Paul not the apostle says:

    #1 & 3 intrigue me but I’m not going the #2 way (unless the answer is chocolate but you are not that silly.

    #1 inspires me to think one might not be facing the music and #3 sounds like a preacher rather than a detective.

    I will cogitate on where one might go while you pitch your wonderful word curves.

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