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Final Shout Out

October 31, 2008 by


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


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


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


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.  […]


October 10, 2008 by


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


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


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 […]