Month: August 2007

Bad Charter. Bad. (And an update of sorts)

Last week I went through extremely patchy internet service, with most nights not being able to connect at all. It wasn’t my modem, Charter said, and it took them a week to get someone here to fix it. I’m really glad I can go… Continue Reading “Bad Charter. Bad. (And an update of sorts)”

Why I Feel Like a Coward Today

Today I did two important things… I called the housing director at Bethel Seminary and told her I would not be moving into the apartment they had reserved for me. Then I signed my financial aid package form, checked “No, I will not be… Continue Reading “Why I Feel Like a Coward Today”

I have cool friends

… who give me great gifts like this. How lucky am I?

A Welcome Home

Welcome Home, 734th Battalion. My City Celebrates. I hate war, and I love that they are back home.

For Whom the Rooster Crows

I am like Peter. The one who promises Jesus over and over again that I won’t do it. That I could never… that the sin tastes so bitter I’ll never want it again. But then the rooster crows and I do it. More than… Continue Reading “For Whom the Rooster Crows”

So Much Music, So Little Time

A plethora of great music is emerging from the world as of late, and I cannot help but wonder if it’s a direct result of the death of the CD. We live in a world of down-loadable singles, and unless each and every song… Continue Reading “So Much Music, So Little Time”

An invitation…

My first family member joined the blogging world back in May and I’ve been neglectful to promote it. Meredith is a lovely writer, an even lovelier person and I know you’ll appreciate what she has to say.confessions of a slacker mom Head on over… Continue Reading “An invitation…”

Small Victories

I had lunch Friday with an old friend I haven’t been in touch with for about three years. He’s one of the first friends I made in this town after I moved here, and we lived in the same building for 5 years. Far… Continue Reading “Small Victories”

Diva Meltdown Week

As a once self-proclaimed pop-culture junkie, I’ve stopped keeping up with a lot of it in my old age. There really is too much to do, and there are much betters ways to spend my time than trying to feign interest in E!’s Daily… Continue Reading “Diva Meltdown Week”