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My husband is so hysterical

For those of you who have never seen how funny my husband is...watch this video. Can't believe I haven't posted it here on my blog before now...Iwas looking through our videos on YouTube and just remembered it. We did a Sunday morning series a few months ago called "The Biggest Loser". It was about getting rid of negative things in our lives (bitterness, anger, etc.) that needed to go. Each week we had a video opener. This was one of them. Enjoy...you are going to laugh so hard, you might cry.

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Deborah said…
Excellent, reminds me of people in the church, when all can see they are bad at something or not called and they will try to prove that they are... he is very funny. My Fred has a very dry sense of humor but man can he crack me up. love to you have a super duper weekend and a amazing time in the house on sunday. love always me
Sharon said…
Oh! That is GREAT! He might need to work on the lyrics too. ;0) hee-hee Had me and my youngest laughing. Thanks for sharing.
ROTFL! OMG!

You guys have great audio visual capabilities! Graphics were great! Go Northside!
Tara Sloan said…
Deanna,
Craig and I came across this "masterpiece" a few weeks back on YouTube and we got such a kick out of it! This is GREAT stuff~! Larry is TOO funny!!!!
Melissa Davis said…
Thanks for sharing, give Pastor Larry a thumbs up for me. The judges were just hating on him (lol). Was very funny, made my day!

ps: He looked sooooooo serious, can't sing but sure can act (lol).

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