It’s been a long short weekend. Between yesterday and today, about 15 hours of it was spent at the office, coding, trying to get a web project ready for presentation to a state agency tomorrow morning. It’s been a little stressful, but the site is a good demonstration of what we can do in...Read more →
I didn’t sleep well last night, but I got up early and spent some time in the Word. I realize daily how important that time is with God, and yet for some reason, I don’t give it enough weight in my life. Well, I read in Numbers 5 and 6, and was touched by...Read more →
My boss keeps a blog, and I like how he does it. He doesn’t have to write about every single thing that happened in a day. He just picks a thing or two, and that is good for the day. Of course, his blog features his photography, which is always exceptional. Still, I like...Read more →
It’s been an up and down weekend, for some reason. This morning at church I was reminded largely as to why: I forget to let God and His Word anchor my life each day. I still too often get up and make everything about myself. Gayle was right when she told me that time,...Read more →
On the heels of the release of the new Dark Knight movie, my brother shared this clip with me. An instant comedy classic.
When I was in college, I read a handful of books that stuck with me as personally significant. One of them stuck with me simply because of its title. In a literature survey course one semester, we read the biography of Catholic social activist Dorothy Day, entitled “The Long Loneliness”. I don’t remember much...Read more →
It’s Friday. It is a good night for dancing.
Sally, where are you?
It’s only fitting that I pause for a moment tonight to commemorate the life of my Grandma Myrt. Myrtle Scruggs, my mother’s mother, a sweet and gentle woman except when behind the wheel, passed away last night, July 11, 2012, at about 20 till midnight Kansas time. My mom said her sister Sharon was...Read more →
I wish I hadn’t got that email.
Some dreams die hard.