Freudian Slip?

January 16, 2006 @ 4:36 pm | Filed under: Family Adventures

Amy Welborn has a thread going about slips of the tongue people have made during scripture readings and prayers. My most embarrassing: during bedtime prayers with the kids one night, my mind wandered (forgive me). Near the end of the Our Father, my children suddenly burst out laughing.

“Mommy,” guffawed Jane, “did you just say ‘deliver us from email‘?”

Mea culpa…


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  1. That is SO funny.

  2. When Nathaniel first spoke, he pronounced the letters “F” and “V” like “S.” This resulted in the line, “We believe in the Holy Spirit, the Giver of Life” sounding like “We Belize in the Holy Spirit, the gizzard of lice.”