Month: June 2008

Pop Culture Quote Monday

No, no, he didn’t slam you, he didn’t bump you, he didn’t nudge you… he rubbed you. And rubbin, son, is racin’. Meredith – if you don’t know this one, we’ve got a little cousin that won’t think you are a very good family… Continue Reading “Pop Culture Quote Monday”

Setting it Down

I’ve been making my way through Season One of Joan of Arcadia on DVD, an amazing show that ran on CBS from 2003-2005. And it’s cancellation is the reason I won’t watch CBS anymore. (Unless Bright Eyes is on Letterman… I gave in for… Continue Reading “Setting it Down”

I’ve been a bad blogger…

I have 8… count ’em 8 posts started and haven’t finished a single one. Too much going on and not enough time to write. That’s frustrating! Bad blogger. My friend Shannon convinced me to join facebook a while back and it seems like everyone… Continue Reading “I’ve been a bad blogger…”

Pop Culture Quote Monday

Pop quiz, hotshot. There’s a bomb on a bus.


Two summers ago I discovered what a reality show junkie I could be when I discovered So You Think You Can Dance. (Incidentally I haven’t watched American Idol in two years… so does that mean it balances out? I think it’s been two years.… Continue Reading “DANCE…DANce…DAnce…Dance…dance…”

Teen Pregnancy in Gloucester, Massachusetts

Holy Crap I would not normally used such an unrefined phrase, but I must say this calls for it. HT: Shane

The Intimacy of Truth

I’m not usually a supporter of the repeated line in contemporary worship. It is an often over-used element in the cycle of a song, and tends to frustrate several people – in particular those who are fans of the traditional hymn, young or old… Continue Reading “The Intimacy of Truth”

Pop Culture Quote Monday

You’re gonna need a bigger boat.

Pop Culture Quote Monday

Answer: Friends “The One After Vegas” ______________________ “This is not a marriage — this is the world’s worst hangover!”


For most of my life I’ve struggled. Emotionally. I have a family who loves me and I grew up in a very happy home. I didn’t struggle that way. (And I feel a little guilty for even calling what I experience every day a… Continue Reading “Struggling”