Monthly Archives: July 2010

Bay Shoooore

I’m writing this from the thumb of Michigan, using the thumbs of my hands. Emily, Mac and I are at the camp called Bay Shore in Sebewaing. I’ve been the “Music Evangelist”, though I think the more fitting term might … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday from a Hospital

Today marks my daughter Lexi’s 6th birthday, to which I say “happy birthday” as well as sing “Happy Birthday (dear Alexis)”. I planned on blogging about her today but we find ourselves in a situation that most would classify as … Continue reading

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Husqvarna vs. John Deere

My son Malachi is heartbroken over our brand new Husqvarna riding mower, mostly because he held a special place in his heart for the old John Deere Hydro 165 that I had scrapped at a junk yard. He’s quite sad … Continue reading

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The Time I Was In a Hot Air Balloon

How else would one achieve both peace and terror at the same time than by being slowly hoisted 2,000 feet into the air, supported only by wicker and nylon? The peace part? Seeing and hearing the world from 2,000 feet … Continue reading

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Podcast

A new Mornings@Home Podcast. This is part of the reason I haven’t been blogging this week. Too much getting up early. MorningsatHOMEPodcast_07-07-10 From home.fm

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Happy Birthday, Old Friend

Happy 234th birthday, America. You don’t look a day over 200. A few wrinkles here and there, but I like to think that’s from you smiling so much. Keep on smilin’, America. Now. Enough with the platitudes and nice sayings. … Continue reading

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Audio Post

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