Month: May 2006


I’m so proud of my state. Height Saves Child Molester from Jail Really? Is this judge kidding?


My independence has become a problem (and I just used the passive voice and it’s killing me). It a problem. I just don’t trust people anymore. Perhaps that has to do with my independence, perhaps not. My parents were in awe of how stubborn… Continue Reading “Independance”

Who us, do something?

It’s time to pull out. Looks like I’m not the only one who thinks it’s time to rethink what’s going on over there. 2,400 is 2,400 too many. Even though he supports it, I appreciate it him telling us to speak up. You go,… Continue Reading “Who us, do something?”

It’s About Time

I hate these things When 2 & 3 go off the line for the last time, then I’ll be one happy girl.


Have you ever had this song that just broke your heart? That for some inexplicable reason you feel your chest cave in every time you hear it? I’ve had one of those songs – forever it seems – and a couple of years ago… Continue Reading “Dreams”


Why must we pretend to be happy? And why is this asinine desire for others to see us at the best version of ourselves? You see, this is why I can never work in a job like sales or customer service. I just can’t… Continue Reading “Posing”

Landmarks and Going Thru the Motions

This is a great post. I appreciate blogs on worship because they are leaders like me, in the fray, leading a group of people who are often more concerned with going to church than actually being the church. I don’t get to just “go”… Continue Reading “Landmarks and Going Thru the Motions”

Not Being Good Enough

This is my greatest fear. At least according to this test. I took it four years ago and that was my result: I am most afraid of not being good enough. And I remember thinking to myself, at least Russ was wrong, my greatest… Continue Reading “Not Being Good Enough”

And It Comes Before the Fall…

Pride is a funny thing, isn’t it? It’s easy to spot the obvious signs. The cocky athlete that claims he is the greatest (ala Muhammand Ali) the co-worker who walks around correcting everyone else because their way is better, the the self-righteous church-goer who… Continue Reading “And It Comes Before the Fall…”