Monday, June 20, 2005

Close Call

I'm not usually the biggest fan of Bob Vasa, the bishop of Baker.

Vasa (formerly VG to Fabian in Lincoln -- where the altar rail doubles as an electric fence) will be remembered in history for showing up at a VOTF meeting in someone's backyard and screaming at the attendees for 20 minutes.

However, Vasa writes a really intuitive and candid weekly column for his paper out in Oregon. This week's is about a car accident he was recently in, but he was able to walk away unscathed. Seems that the car was totaled, but this should be proof to everyone of the importance of seatbelts! (Vasa was wearing one and hanging from the ceiling of the overturned car.)

Contrary to Philadelphia theory, a Roman collar does not keep a person from being subject to the laws of gravity.

What an experience he relates, and he finds the grace in the moment.... Honestly, I'm just glad he's OK. From his telling, it's almost a miracle.

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1 Comments:

Blogger Laura Gonzalez said...

(formerly VG to Fabian in Lincoln -- where the altar rail doubles as an electric fence)

LOL. Oh, my gosh, that was too funny, Rock.

Laura Gonzalez
mayangrl[at]yahoodotcom

21/6/05 23:01  

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