Praise the Lord! I truly learn from some amazing women blessings. Sue Busler, in an e-mail, wrote "PTL." The context of her e-mail did not call for Parent Teacher League (with which I grew up with before it was changed to Parent Teacher Organization, which still baffles me). Since my 13-year-old neighbor was at school, I was techless. So, I Googled. . .
Come to find out, PTL represents Praise the Lord! Reaching further back into my background knowledge, I now realized at 42 that "The PTL Club" stood for "The Praise the Lord Club." It's all coming together now . . . Nothing slides past me. Heehee! This television program was on periodically in my youth. I remembered the main woman crying a lot, and I do recall them saying "Praise the Lord" quite often, but I never made the connection.
So, with this being said, throw around a little, or rather a lot "PTL" today. Use this hashtag in your Tweets. With wild abandon, place it in your update status on Facebook. Use it as a signature in your e-mails today and every day . . . PTL!