Monthly Archives: March 2012

Mar 25, 2012: washed clean and muddy

Alright, take two. I just accidentally deleted my first version of this article, so I’m trying again. (sigh) Maybe this will be the better version…or maybe it will be less coherent. Either way, it should be entertaining. In Genesis 9, … Continue reading

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Mar 18, 2012: Is it plugged in first?

Have you ever tried pushing the door, only to find that it says “Pull”? Ever stood outside an unlocked door, assuming it was locked because you never tried it? Or have you ever thought some machine was broken because everything … Continue reading

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Mar 11, 2012: Whacking at the dirt with sticks

Well, we had quite a week on the ol’ homestead. Our new windows are awesome! Thanks to   God and Thermal Windows, we now have insulated, easy-clean, easy open beautiful windows in all of our bedrooms. Which means I have … Continue reading

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Prison fail 2

Prisons don’t keep criminals off the street or motivate them to change their beliefs and lifestyle. Prison fail. But our prison system that drains resources and keeps criminals in a criminal culture is the natural next step up from the justice system in … Continue reading

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Mar 4, 2012: Finding the signs

This week, our ducks kept us on our toes. They have begun to lay their eggs in new places every few days. First, they laid eggs in random places in our yard, out in the open. Then it was the … Continue reading

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