It all started in kindergarten. I was at a small private school where the tradition was that on your birthday you would have to receive honorary “birthday spankings” from the principal (this was back before the term “child abuse” had been invented). Well my birthday rolled around and sure as electricity and water don’t mix, the […]Read more "Birthdays and Me"
Recently I read an article about how they found some new, nifty dinosaur fossil out in Utah (in fact, here’s the link: http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2010/03/24/tech/main6327884.shtml?tag=mncol;lst;4). Anyways, what caught me about it was what one of their scientist dudes said: “Understanding how dinosaurs lived in the past, how their environments changed and affected them, is important for understanding […]Read more "Dinosaurs and You"
You may or may not know this, but the next Chronicles of Narnia movie is coming out in December (I think). There was a Christianity Today article on it a week or two ago that I read. It seems perty exciting. But that’s beside the point. The thrust of this post rests on the last movie, […]Read more "Prince Caspian"
“And sometimes working within me You open for me a door into a state of feeling which is quite unlike anything to which I am used–a kind of sweet delight which,if I could only remain permanently in that state, would be something not of this world,not of this life. But my sad weight makes me […]Read more "Both Ways, Miserable"
Name changes in the Bible typically represented a crucial turningpoint in a person’s life (like Abraham or Paul). Today, name changes usually signify a loss of sanity (like Chad Ochocinco). I’ve decided to change the name of this blog into something wittier and catchier…and it certainly falls into the latter category. You see, most of […]Read more "A Change of Name and Scenery"