Tuesday, October 18, 2005

A Man of the Cloth

Well, it's offical. I'm now a Minister, in fact I'm an ordained Reverend.

Can you believe it?

To celebrate my achievement I've registered at Target & Wal-Mart so please go buy me some congratulatory presents!

No really, I am an ordained Minister now so if you want to get married or anything just let me know. I'm sure I can think of something to say on your most sacred and happy of days other than "Alrighty then, you can kiss the bitch."

If you too would like to become an ordained minister check out this link

8 comments:

Magpie said...

congratulations, and i have been about on your blog before, just under a different name *hint hint* i just didn't have your email addy to let you know my new blog address

:0)

dan said...

that's really cool. it wouldn't be allowed in my so called 'liberal' country.

well done.

xmichra said...

don't know where Dan is from, but i am not sure if it would be allowed here either. Not that we are a completely closed place (canada), but people are arrogant and some volvo driving soccer mom would be all uppity about it.

BUT, I digress...
CONGRATS!!! And if i ever plan to re-new my vows I will think of you!! Wait... what denomination are you>> hehe

Rob7534 said...

Congrats Michael!

Or should I preface your name with the "Right Reverend" Michael?

Let me know.

Oh, by the way, Ms. SWAN! I LOVE HER. Now you can go around saying, "He lookie like a Man"

Take lots of pics and post them!

Robin said...

Congratulations to you, oh holy one!

Ms Mac said...

Oh Michael, do we get to kiss your ring now?

Ahahahahahahahahahahaha!

I crack myself up!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations. Becoming a minister is just the first step. For more info on being a minister, go to www.ulcseminary.org and join the free seminary program or just look around and learn how to do weddings and funerals and such.

Again, good job.

--Rev. Amy Long
www.ulcseminary.org

Anonymous said...

Congratulations. Becoming a minister is just the first step. For more info on being a minister, go to www.ulcseminary.org and join the free seminary program or just look around and learn how to do weddings and funerals and such.

Again, good job.

--Rev. Amy Long
www.ulcseminary.org