Monthly Archives: September 2012

Sep 16, 2012: Of eggs, death, and wetness, both vital and unnecessary

And the rain finally came. Wow, did it come: days of misty sogginess after thunder, lightening, and downpours – lovely! God is good. And I got to chuckle three times in three weeks while reading the digital highway signs that … Continue reading

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Night Driver Nightmare

I’m driving to work in the early morning. Like before-sunrise early. Like all-the-cars-still-have-their-brights-on early. (sigh) Would it kill these commuters to use dimmer headlights, or lower their suspension a foot or two? I mean, I know it’s dark, and all, … Continue reading

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