“Hang up on ‘Uncle George’” – Whos George?? Find out in the artical below. Also Join our new on-line church service

Hang up on ‘Uncle George’

From the July 25, 2011 issue of the Christian Science Sentinel


Many years ago, when I was in college, I got a phone call one evening that went something like this:

“Hello?”

“Bob? This is Uncle George.”

“Hi, Uncle George!”

“How are you?”

“Great!” I answered. “How are you?”

“I’m fine. How’s school?”

“It’s good.”

Stand porter at the door of thought. Admitting only such conclusions as you wish realized in bodily results, you will control yourself harmoniously” (Science and Health by Mary Baker Eddy p. 392).

“And how was your trip to England?”

“Terrific, I had a wonderful time.”

“Glad to hear it. I was just sitting here thinking about my favorite nephew and thought I’d call.”

“Of course. Great to hear from you!”

Now this probably seems pretty unremarkable, and it was, except for one thing.

I didn’t have an Uncle George …………Read More

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3 Responses to ““Hang up on ‘Uncle George’” – Whos George?? Find out in the artical below. Also Join our new on-line church service”

  1. Avatar S says:

    Hi!

    Thank you for the email blast that just went out. It is nice to hear from you. I would suggest that you proofread it before sending it out. There are many obvious “typo” mistakes. I do not need to list them – if you reread it no doubt you will notice them right away. I don’t want spelling errors to detract from your message:)

    • Avatar Bill Blok says:

      Thanks for your input. If you do see mistakes please forgive me. We are short staffed and so I do what I can. Sometimes I do cut and past to save time, so if you can point them out that would be helpful.
      Thanks
      Bill

  2. Avatar Susan Stroud says:

    Ha!Ha! Just what I needed. I have an Uncle George trying to get in right now!

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