Monthly Archives: April 2012

April 29, 2012: mud, feathers, and envy

I’m listening to Ken Davis, Christian Comedian, talking about all the sports he’s tried and failed in spectacular fashion. He’s the main guest on Darren Streblow’s radio comedy show, and Darren’s one of our favorite comedians. Laughing hard is such … Continue reading

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April 22, 2012: completely undone

I will start here by describing several examples of exercises in futility, reminders of the undeniable concept of entropy, because of the sermon I heard today. Lemme ‘splain. Our two ducklings are stinkin’ up the house in their high security … Continue reading

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April 15, 2012: Yards of Egg-drop Vegetable Soup

Round two of the torrential spring rains came through this weekend. We didn’t flood, thanks be to God, but we didn’t get to plant our seedlings as we wanted. We are, however, growing quite a crop of mosquitos in our … Continue reading

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Guest post – simplicity

A former student of mine memorized the following post as a 10-minute speech for a debate tournament as a high school senior. I thought it was well done and seemed to fit well with the philosophy we try to follow … Continue reading

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April 1, 2012: Piles of…everything

I live for the weekends. No, it’s not for sporting events on TV; no, not for sleeping in; no, certainly not for time to work on my car. [Pardon me while I choke back a snort. Previous blogs will explain … Continue reading

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