Thursday, April 21, 2011

M is for Mature

You ever see those movies where they say "For Mature Audiences?" Most of the time the characters are acting anything but mature.

How about "Mature Language." That's a good one.

Let's see. What is mature language. Uh...commitment. Sobriety. Moderation. Control. Faithfulness. Love. Kindness.

Some movies with the "Mature Language" just remind me of kids who just learn a bad word that will "shock" their parents so they use it a lot. Yeah, right, really mature.

I guess maybe I'm just God fashioned. Perfect? No. Loving? Try to be. Forgiven? Definitely.

Be blessed. Be a blessing.
Cheesecake. Spaghetti. Pink Floyd. Love Jesus above all.

If you are ever in Destin, FL during the summer (June, July or the first part of August) come see me at Baytowne Wharf playing the tunes for the kids on Tuesday Nights for Mini-Gras.


a sojourner said...

hey there, Glen:)

since you brought it up, now i have to ask you a question!!! it's personal and you don't have to answer it.

has your wife (or ex) ever referred to you as a "boy" or treated you like you were a little boy?:)

now i will be first to confess that it happens to me, often. but i don't understand why she'd say that. it's either i'm too old or it's i'm a little boy.

i think i'm "mature" most of the time but i have....other moments.

DJ GlenMC said...

I am referred to as the fourth child. But I am also a believer in the philosophical point of view of "It's never too late to have a happy childhood."

But, responsibilities and commitments first. There is a time to laugh and a time to cry. There is a time for everything under heaven.