Ah, sweet Myrtle Beach. We’re spending a week at the Monterey Bay Resort with a very light vacation schedule. Monday: swim, do nothing, eat. Tuesday: swim, do nothing, eat. Wednesday: eat, swim, cramps, etc.
It’s downright refreshing.
Some places I’ve found interesting while using free internet from the hotel adjacent to ours (since ours charges bling for something The Beach House gives us for free:
Good News for Detroit: We’re Number 1 as the Top Sports city.
Bad news for Detroit: We’re no longer Number 1 when it comes to car sales — Foreign Sales have exceeded US automakers. What an ironic news day.
Emily and I are reading a TON this week, her with Little House and a handful of Grandma’s books & I with The 12 Hazards of Being a Man
Article of the day at Wikipedia? The Super Nintendo, of course.
My face hurts (normally others, now me!) from that whacky tooth they pulled last year — something called “false pain”, where your brain says “hey, your tooth hurts” even when that tooth is gone. It’s strange. Anyway, I came across 5 Common Myths About Pain at WebMD. Interesting.
Will we ever find the happy medium in church music? No. Not until we get to Heaven. Just a thought as I’m reviewing some notes on a recent event. The only trend we can count on is one of variety — especially since we have the widest variety of ages and styles EVER in the history of the Church. The tension between being multi-generational and finding a unique voice/sound will continue.
My iBook G4 is starting to show its age as I’m watching it choke on 1’s and 0’s — too bad Apple is starting to abandon its Motorola/Power PC support for software updates. They are now shadowed by Intel updates which make the machine at my office whirrrr along but make my iBook less useful as a computer and more useful as a lap warmer. So… I’m wrapping it up for right now and htting the beach with Emily!
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