And one more for the day

Two guys are sitting in a dive bar, commiserating over a couple of drinks. First guy is complaining to the second guy, “My life is a country music song.  My wife left me, sued me for divorce.  Wants the house, the kids and the dog. I had to sell everything.  Now all I have are… Continue reading And one more for the day

100 Days

I saw a post from a former pastor of mine.  I consider him a friend and mentor – at least, I considered him one.  It’s a confusing thing.  I still love and respect him, admire much of his character and have nothing but the deepest appreciation for the things he has taught me over the… Continue reading 100 Days

The hole cost

I hate war as only a soldier who has lived it can, only as one who has seen its brutality, its futility, its stupidity. Read more at: http://www.brainyquote.com/quotes/authors/d/dwight_d_eisenhower.html I really don’t know enough about Eisenhower, but I do know he had some excellent quotes.  Whoever, or whatever else he might have been, he had that… Continue reading The hole cost

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

I don’t post personal things on Facebook much. I don’t believe in airing my dirty laundry, and I happen to like my life, so I see no reason to complain about it, even when I struggle. Having said that, I want to share a bit of a story with you in the hopes that it… Continue reading It was the best of times, it was the worst of times

Tragedy as politics

What happened on Friday the 14th was a tragedy.  A tragedy perpetrated by evil for purposes we can only guess at.  No amount of analysis will ever give us all the answers we could possibly want for why such a horrible act occurred.  But that hasn’t stopped many people from coming out of the woodwork… Continue reading Tragedy as politics

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