Scandal Break: Recollections of an ‘Instant Generationer’

Written by David Hiatt on June 4, 2013

Was I scared?  Heck yaw man, this women talked from the pulpit.  She asked me to sit on her lap and talk to her.  At that time, I had my Great Grandparents my Grandparents and my Mother and Father in the room.  Crap, I was only like six or seven and was shaken so hard my socks fell off.

This Pastor was sooo nice to me.  She had a warm and soft voice as she rocked me in the rocking chair that I have sitting in my home today.  I know I was small but she was carrying on a conversation with others while my peers were outside playing.  I was hoping that this rocking session wasn’t going to become one of her preaching sessions.

After she became aware that I wasn’t enjoying sitting on her lap, she asked me what was wrong.  I was raised to always tell the TRUTH regardless of how the outcome may be.  Her lengthy sermon was on my mind. I just remember telling her the sermons were too long and if she could cut it to a few minutes or so that would be good.

I could be talking about all the scandals that are going on in DC and across the nation.  I feel beaten to death with all the lies.  Maybe my encounters recollected might jar a few memories of your own.  I look forward to a positive future as we have encountered in our past.

Image: Template:Canadian Woodworks; author: PaulLemiski Joel Savard; public domain

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David Hiatt sees a good part of America driving his truck across it, mostly from Indiana down to the bottom of Texas. He is a passionate Christian Constitutional Conservative that is concerned about the direction this Great Nation is heading.