Used predominantly by Christians in order to not break the commandment “You shall not make wrongful use of the name of your God”.
Used when in awe or surprised by an event and when something unexpected happens.
“Oh my word, did you see that Kayla is pregnant again?”
Source: Urban Dictionary
Here are the photos I took during the Immanuel Baptist Church – Men’s Ministry Camping Retreat at the Red River Gorge, Kentucky:
(If you’re reading this through a feed-reader, you’ll need to click through to see the slideshow) See the photoset at Flickr here.
Here’s a few photos of the little bit of “snow” we have had here in Louisville. It’s all pretty much melted away already, FYI!
(Imho, Louisville isn’t south enough for me. I could really get used to summer weather all year long, but it seems such is not possible here 😦 )
I somehow missed reading this email in my old @rogers.com email address which I don’t really check these days:
As part of your Rogers Yahoo! service, you’ll get access to Flickr Pro at no additional cost. With Flickr Pro, you’ll get unlimited photo storage, unlimited photo albums and permanent high-resolution archiving (valued at $24.95 U.S. per year).
Are you already a Flickr user? If so, you will now have access to Flickr Pro at no additional charge. Associate your existing Flickr account with your Rogers Yahoo! email address to automatically receive Flickr Pro access.
So if you’re using Rogers Yahoo! Hi-Speed Internet… and you haven’t redeemed your Pro account on Flickr, go get it now!