It is lunchtime and as promised I am posting another of my I Like...posts.
Frasypoo, of This and That fame, is one of the most unique on my blog roll. Born in India, she came to this country to meet her husband. Being from a line of Christian missionaries, it's fitting that I regard her as a missionary from India to the United States, as this country has come to the point where we need some.
When I was giving my Top Banana awards late last year, Frasypoo got the God and Country award. She come here, feet running and got very vocally inviolved with Republican Party politics. Those of us born here should follow her example.
I also hear that she is a very good cook. Makes me want to go to Georgia and stop at her house for supper. But not to worry about her gaining too much because Frasypoo is also a runner and is training to run a half marathon.
I have saved the best thing for last. I feel very confident in her relationship with the Lord, as I do many of my blog friends. Frasypoo has been one of the first I will email a prayer request to. She normally will send back a response that she will do it. Frasypoo is very unselfish. Today is the anniversary of her father's passing and in between her time of reflection(please read todays post on her blog, she was very close to her father) she found time to come here and leave messages of encouragement for me.
Cliff Note: I just realized that the theme song of The Dukes of Hazzard was the first song on my music player and I am blogging about a friend from Georgia. Just a coincidence. The song and the one afterward are still meant to be a slam against the Cleveland Police Department.