1 Nov 2011

Double Duty

Think I could leave these up as Christmas decorations? I bet I could find something in the Bible to justify it.


Anonymous,  9:15 pm, November 01, 2011  

you could paint it white - say it's an angel!

The Gentle Mom 12:16 am, November 02, 2011  

Thank you so much for traumatizing my bat-fearing self. And right before bed, too!

Di Smith 8:53 am, November 02, 2011  

What, to go with all of your OTHER Biblical decorations?

Unapologetically Mundane 12:44 pm, November 02, 2011  

It's weird, because I've literally only met one Jenn in my life, and I thought she was a freak of nature. Why don't you just go all-out and spell it "Jenne"?

I'm pretty sure there were bats trying to eat Jesus's face off in that barn where he was born. Go with that.

Lor 3:34 pm, November 02, 2011  

There were bats in that stable where Jesus was born, I'm sure I learned that in Catholic school.

father of the monkey,  4:47 pm, November 02, 2011  

I'm sure your research has already informed you that the infallible bible assures us that bats are birds.

Of course it also educates us by revealing that people can be swallowed whole by a whale (a kind of fish apparently) and they can happily live in there for some time.

Did you know that rabbits chew their cud? Of course they do - the bible says so!

K2 8:21 pm, November 03, 2011  

Just tell people it is a Chinese good luck symbol.

Jen 4:23 pm, November 04, 2011  

All fantastic suggestions and comments. I am especially pleased with the idea of retelling Jesus's birth to include bat-birds around the manger.

Emily 6:17 pm, November 09, 2011  

Slap a halo on it and call it an angel.

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