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- "Blue Jeans" (Fox Trot Song) is a sentimental popular song written by Harry D. Kerr and Lou Traveller in 1920. In the song, the singer is reminiscing about a long-ago young love that happened somewhere in the "hills of the old Cumberland.
- Jeans made of blue denim
- Jeans are trousers made from denim. The American blue jean was invented by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss in 1873. Jeans, originally designed for work, became popular among teenagers starting in the 1950s. Historic brands include Levi's, Lee and Wrangler.
- The modern term for denim overalls. Probably first coming into use after the First World War as the word overalls began to refer only to "bib overalls." Blue jeans are always made of denim and never made of jean fabric.
- A short-sleeved casual top, generally made of cotton, having the shape of a T when spread out flat
- (T Shirt (album)) T Shirt is a 1976 album by Loudon Wainwright III. Unlike his earlier records, this (and the subsequent 'Final Exam') saw Wainwright adopt a full blown rock band (Slowtrain) - though there are acoustic songs on T-Shirt, including a talking blues.
- (t-shirt) jersey: a close-fitting pullover shirt
- A T-shirt (T shirt or tee) is a shirt which is pulled on over the head to cover most of a person's torso. A T-shirt is usually buttonless and collarless, with a round neck and short sleeves.
- (lyric) expressing deep emotion; "the dancer's lyrical performance"
- (lyric) the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number; "his compositions always started with the lyrics"; "he wrote both words and music"; "the song uses colloquial language"
- A lyric poem or verse
- (lyric) write lyrics for (a song)
- Lyric poetry as a literary genre
- The words of a song
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Jesus In Blue Jeans: A Practical Guide To Everyday Spirituality
The sequel to the hugely successful "Jesus, CEO" and "The Path", this book illuminates examples from the scriptures to demonstrate how Jesus can serve as a model for daily life.
In 1995, Laurie Beth Jones released Jesus CEO, the first book in a trilogy that traces her own journey from well-pressed executive through a season of personal self- examination, ending finally in blue jeans, having found her heart's true home. The Path is the second book and helps readers identify their divine purpose in life. Her final book, Jesus in Blue Jeans, answers a request: "Could you write a book that could help me with my everyday life?"
Beginning with the proposition that Jesus had an everyday life, Laurie Beth Jones explores the four fundamental qualities of Jesus that we can emulate in our everyday lives: poise, perspective, passion, and power. We investigate the everyday challenges common to all of us, using Jesus' life as our model. Each chapter includes a meditation and teaching, and closes with question to challenge and motivate us. She doesn't intend that we remain passive spectators, rather that we embrace life and participate fully.
Jones has a special gift for presenting the teachings of Jesus in ways that are at once practical and transcendent. By writing about subjects that are familiar to all of us, she makes us comfortable with exploring this unfamiliar ground. Once we feel safe, she quietly steps aside, shifting our attention from our own anxieties to the wisdom of Jesus. The result is an openness and receptivity that might not have been possible for us before.
Jones removes Jesus from theology without sacrificing her own belief. Her love for God is evident and her life seems to overflow with love, enthusiasm, and joy. Moreover, she builds within the reader a curiosity or hunger that goes well beyond the covers of this book, giving the reader the incentive to explore Jesus for him- or herself, so that each experiences the grandeur of life. --Patricia Klein
Day 39 - With relish and delight, you continually bite at the bait; you are trapped, you fool - how will you ever escape?
“People are trapped in history and history is trapped in them." So yeah, that's one of my new shirts that I bought yesterday :) I was going to wear a kind of shirt-dress that's magenta with silver design, but as I looked at myself in the mirror, ready to go to school in that outfit, I kept doubting it. So, I backed out and changed into new jeans and this shirt. I don't know why I chickened out. Maybe it's because I'm worried about what people will think when they see my legs. Especailly my ginormous thighs. Maybe it's because I'm afraid of what "Dan" and my ex will say... I want to wear it, but I'm not sure. Anywho, I walked home with "Bob" today. It was fun. We talked about fact and opinion and him being "better" than everyone at everything. His ego and such. We had a good time. We didn't have a snowball fight like we did yesterday, but it was still nice. We talked about karate and Shihan and the class I taught yesterday. And how he never comes to stripe tests. I liked it, and as I walked away from him so he could walk home and I could as well, I realized that maybe... Just maybe, I'm over him. I still love him and it still hurts a bit, but for the most part, I'm okay. I miss being held in someone's arms or getting a surprise kiss on the side of the face, but it'll come again. ...Soon... ...and I want 'soon' to get here....soon. Anyway, there's a stripe test tonight. I talked to the class last night seriously and I hope that did some good. Most of them aren't even ready, but that's up to Shihan, not me. A lot don't even know their lower rank katas or the katas they've known for two months. I know two months isn't that long, but it's enough time to practice the kata and get it down for a test. I'm not being hard, I'm being fair. They should know this. But whatever. It's not my problem if they don't want to practice and be the best they can. Shihan and Sensei and myself will still push them. Day 39.... Trapped? "Then, it seemed like a one car wreck But I knew it was a horrid tragedy Ways to make the tiny satisfaction disappear Blow out the candles On all my frankensteins At least my death wish will come true You will taste like Valentine’s We cry You’re like a birthday I should have picked the photograph It lasted longer than you Putting holes in happiness We’ll paint the future black If it needs any color My death sentence is a story Who’ll be digging when you finally let me die? The romance of your assassination If you’re Bonnie, I’ll be your Clyde But the grass is greener here And I can see all of your snakes You wear your ruins well" ("Putting Holes in Happiness" by Marilyn Manson.) I just stumbled across the lyrics and started reading. Never heard the song. I was listening to "Fight Song" by Marilyn Manson though.... :) Good song.
Hey, little girlie in the blue jeans so tight Drivin' alone through the Wisconsin night You're my last love baby you're my last chance Don't let 'em take me to the Cadillac Ranch Cadillac, Cadillac Long and dark, shiny and black Pulled up to my house today Came and took my little girl away From Cadillac Ranch by Bruce Springsteen Active Assignment Weekly April 4 - 11: Fancy Pants WIT: I've always wanted to take a picture of jeans, as I like their texture and feel, so I took advantage of the opportunity to do so with this assignment. Sometimes clothes are thrown off with abandon, but it sure is difficult to make it look so and yet photogenic at the same time! I now have a new admiration for those stylists in fashion magazines who are able to make this look so easy. Taken in natural light, with a bit of tweaking in Photoshop.
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