William Tyndale, religious reformer best known for translating the Bible into English, said the following (when speaking to the sometimes snobbish clergy of his day):
“I will cause the boy who drives the plow
to know more of the scriptures than you do.”
.Um, does this not SCREAM of Joseph Smith?! Wow!
In literature, we’d call this foreshadowing.
In the gospel, we call it a prophecy 🙂
Read more here about Elder D. Todd Christofferson’s thoughts on these issues. His talk totez rocks my socks!
…the boy who drives the plow
[will know] the scriptures…
I took this picture in Fiji. Where people speak English and Hindi. Fascinating.
I’m starving, but I can wait ’til lunch.
I can wait ’til lunch, but I’m starving.
SAME WORDS, BUT DIFFERENT MEANING! Emphasis is placed on the last clause.
so why in the world would I take all mine out of this blog?
See what I did there?
Got more to come, too!
But I try not to be one of those rude, snotty English girls (or boys?) who correct people’s grammar. No one likes those people. And no one likes to be made to feel stupid.
Seems like a picture of nothing, right?
Wrong. Look a little closer,
see the symbols,
and ponder all they represent.
#inspiration is everywhere
#for better or for worse, this is my mind people
#BYU English Program done me good
#took this 3 years ago…..
#I wasn’t driving-don’t worry!
#you’re welcome, teachers
(start at 1:32)
Why thank you, Miss Shania. I DO have a way with words. That’s why I like to blog. That’s why I like to write. That’s why I like to think. That’s why I enjoy deep conversation. That’s why I like to read. That’s why I got my degree in English from BYU.
….what….that STILL don’t impress you much?! “)
Oh, and Miss Twain, you are undoubtedly one of the most beautiful women in Nashville, but that pink lipgloss is TOO pink, and that blue eyeshadow just ain’t cutting it either. Navy blue mascara is SOOOOO 2002. I’ll be your makeup artist next time, ok?
Core Beliefs: Expression, creativity, humor, beauty, kindness