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Final Shout Out

October 31, 2008 by

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Elections are next week.  I know how liberal this blog is, but I just wanted to give my last shout-out to conservativism before the elections.  Not that I’m much of a McCain fan.  I don’t care for some of his energy, gun control, and global warming policies.  Frankly, I would’ve preferred two or three of the other […]

The Halloween Scripture

October 27, 2008 by

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Life keeps clipping right along, and I’m doing my best to keep up with it. Jeremy came up to visit last weekend. That was a fun change of pace. He brought Daniel up, so Alanna and Asher got to have a new friend for a few days. There was much playing of Magic, with the […]

Christmas Music

October 23, 2008 by

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When I was growing up we had a rule in our house that we could not sing/listen to christmas music until after Thanksgiving.  (The exception to this being practicing for musical events or singing/playing from the Hymn book since we really should celebrate the life of Christ all year round).  The basis behind this rule is […]

The Three of Me

October 14, 2008 by

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I’m back!  Sorry I’ve been away for a couple weeks.  Just had to go have a baby and stuff for a couple days.  Maya Kaede was born October 4th!!  She was over 2 weeks early.  Now Hannah and I are finally getting our schedule back under some sort of control, and I finally have time to check blogs.  […]

Firefly

October 10, 2008 by

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After years of encouragement from friends, I’m finally watching the Firefly series. I’m liking it very much. That is all.

Sibling Interactions

October 9, 2008 by

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Alanna is sick today.  So sad.  She has a fever and a very sore throat so she sounds very froggy.  She slept in late, took a two and a half hour nap, and has mostly been lying around all day, and snuggling with Mommy of course.  During this process, Asher has been very interesting to […]

Hallucinating 2

October 9, 2008 by

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Driving to work the other morning, I heard an exchange on the radio that illustrated Jennifer Whitson’s study from my previous post. A woman was saying how she couldn’t decide who to vote for in November. However, the local recruiting team came by her house and told her what a great president their candidate would […]