Monthly Archives: November 2014

I Had No Idea

… that I was being indoctrinated on a playground.  I saw this link to an article about Cold War playgrounds and gave it the ol’ clicky cloo.  Somewhere in Livonia, Michigan (not Russia) was a playground visited by yours truly.  I distinctly … Continue reading

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RadCast #102 – Super Mario, Square Pies, Psalmy Irony

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Advent is for the Joyful, the Cynic, and Everyone In-Between

The season of Advent begins this Sunday, November 30 and walks us in preparation for Christmas. Some people love Christmas. Some people find it difficult. Advent is for everyone, and everyone in between everyone. During the season of Advent, we … Continue reading

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Scripture Rdgs – Advent I

(as read by your humble blogger) Advent is a season of reflection and waiting.  We need God to break in and stir our hearts.  That’s what these four weeks leading to Christmas are all about.  Let God stir.   Psalm 80:1-7, … Continue reading

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Radiohead — back in the studio

I listened to Radiohead before In Rainbows, which is considered by some to be the dividing line between indie and mainstream fandom.  The news this week that Radiohead is working on a new album was well-received by this fellow right here, … Continue reading

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Garage Sale

He loved that hoodie.  She didn’t.  So she donated it to the church garage sale.  He recognized it right away, dangling crooked on a beige hanger, nestled comfortably between a grey Detroit Lions sweatshirt and a black long sleeved tee shouting MACKINAC ISLAND.   … Continue reading

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Enjoy Every Day: Restaurant Edition

I enjoy people and don’t take myself seriously.  And laughter is good for the soul.  And food is good for the stomach.  This is what I do to try and enjoy every day — Restaurant Edition: 1) Whenever I go … Continue reading

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Becky’s Words –

I had the sad privilege of officiating a memorial today for a member of our church.  Becky was a wonderful and beautiful person.  She knew and loved Jesus, even in the midst of a big ol’ fight with cancer, which … Continue reading

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birthday bLog

A fellow blogger whose name is Jordon and whose blog is more consistent, more diverse, and more Canadian, has an annual practice of blogging his birthday.  As an act of sheer imitation (stealing), I would like to do the same. … Continue reading

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