Back from hiatus
It’s been a long long time since I’ve seriously blogged and I’m going to get back into it again (at the behest of David Walsh). I’ve got a couple of tutorials and/or tips lined up and I intend to keep up with it. Alright, back to your regularly scheduled programming…
Recipe for Brye
A few people have asked me for this after I made mention of it in my status updates. This is a Forbes-family treat that is great when you’re feeling crummy. We used to have it all the time when I was a kid and we were home from school. I just learned the other night that it’s actually a dessert (I would never have guessed). Anyway, here is the recipe for Brye:
If you support our troops…
I know I’m way overdue for an update, but I had to post this. I’ve also tried to stay out of the political posting this season, but I thought I’d post this. The mainstream media has done an excellent job of squelching a fine candidate: Ron Paul. Yes, he has very libertarian stands and that’s what appeals to me: he believes that the federal government should only take care of what is outlined in the constitution.
Through field and barbed wire
So last night, Asaph’s Apprentice drove down to Lamoine Christian Service Camp last night to play a show. It wouldn’t have been too much of a hassle, except that we got our directions from MapQuest (no link love for them… you’ll soon see why). Here are the directions we used. Note directions #14 and #16. Right turns on CR-2800… easy enough. Or so we thought. The first turn onto CR-2800 goes through some guy’s field and ends up where the directions say it should.
Today is Towel Day. That is all for now.
It’s for the little foxes
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Well, my last blog entry was in December and my last real blog entry was in October. I think I’m pretty much long overdue for an update. Life Not much has changed in my life. We’re currently attending Valley View Baptist Church. I know this may seem like a sudden change, but we left Antioch way back in May after a huge leadership debacle. Valley View seems to match up with what we believe and has a huge heart for ministering to those people that need Christ, rather than those who we would like in our church because they make us feel comfortable.
Kids and God
I found this gem today and thought I’d share it with you guys.Â Kids can be so fun and brutally honest at the same time.Â I can’t wait to have my own.
Update on life
Why are they in charge? Part 2
To those that may not see the humor in my last post, let me spell out the absurdity of the email sent to me: My first email wasn’t about the anthrax scares, the war on terror, or anything related to national security. It was about a bill to restrict the use of the internet. The majority of the email sent to me in response to my email was about anthrax scares in which were carried out in postal mail delivered to representatives.