The traditional definition of marriage is being attacked, and the government and court system will likely soon bow to the unending pressure. That’s why it’s time for the church to take mawwiage, uhh, ahhheemmmm, cough, hack, oops… MARRIAGE (sorry, too much Princess Bride lately), OUT of the government’s hands. Why did they even have it in the first place?
Monthly Archives: August 2012
Here’s an article I wrote for a recent publication. It’s written for them young whippersnappers, but you old(er) folks might also appreciate it…
Today I had to google the word swag to make sure I was using it properly. Thankfully I was, but from the stuff I read, it didn’t seem like it was possible to misuse it. Like this article, for instance—it’s pretty swag, right? (Okay, maybe you can misuse it.) Read the rest of this entry
So, I guess this is my very first guest post (well, I don’t guess, I know, I guess, wait, ugh). The guest writer (a.k.a, my wife) has no clue she’s doing this, but I took something she wrote, edited it just slightly, and I’m posting it. If you never hear from me again, you will know that she was not happy with me, but here goes, enjoy… Read the rest of this entry
I was 8 years old, and it was one of the biggest days of my young life.
I remember when my mom had the ultrasound. They let my brother and I watch the monitor as they put the jelly on her belly. We were giddy with excitement at the tender ages of 8 and 7. Then came the shocker: “You do know it’s twins, right? Read the rest of this entry
Before the days of electronic travelling bliss such as dvd players and the Nintendo DS, we had old faithful—captain Etch-a-Sketch. What a machine-o-wonder this was. Come to think of it, Etchy has to be the grandfather of the iPad. You could make anything as long as you didn’t have to disconnect a line. Some kids drew self portraits or replicas of the Taj Mahal. I was never quite that artistic.
My biggest achievement was filling the entire screen with black lines. Read the rest of this entry
Written words aren’t what they used to be.
I had a conversation with a friend recently that led me to an epiphany (no clue what that word means, but I like the way it rolls off the tongue). The power of the written word has taken on a completely new meaning over the past few years, and we had better take notice. Read the rest of this entry