I’m not sure how I feel about wearing ties, but I do have two very strong opinions about them. First, if I must wear them, they will be tied with a proper dimple. Second, they must be regimental stripes. I was preaching in Pennsylvania once and took this picture of my ties lined up for the meetings. I traveled with enough ties to preach nine times without repeating. You can’t be too careful about these things.
You might be interested in seeing what I have written before about this.
If you’re into a bit asymmetrically with a good dimple try the Pratt. Half-Windsor, leave out the dimple with a tight pinch on the sides of the knot as you pull it up makes that high, standing out ridiculously perfect power look…
…and I’m not even into wearing ties.
We have way too much fun. 🙂
I wanted to let you know how much our family has enjoyed your book. The other evening I was with my little brother Johnny. I was sitting in the windowsill getting warm over the heater(outdoors is extremely cold right now!) Johnny climbed up beside me and on his way up asked, “Can you read me…” He did not even have to finish. I knew what he was thinking. “The Pierpont story?”, I asked. Yes, that’s what he wanted. And so I read to him.
Thanks for sharing from your heart! It has been a blessing.
Thanks, Tabitha. Please greet all your family for us. I’m so glad you are enjoying the book. It thrills me to think that even little children are able to follow the stories.
Ask ABF teacher, Bob, about ties and Easter Sun 07. Its a great story.