The trail behind me is littered with failure. We’ll see about the trail before me.
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Worship Leading – good? Not so good? Do we want to go back to something else, and if so, how far back? This week my wife tagged me on what has to be one of the most awkward worship videos … Continue reading
Immigration is a hot button issue to be sure. Some believe, (myself among them) that perhaps it’s time to align our immigration policy closer to that which other nations employ.
Division of Labor. I enjoy car trips with my wife. To be candid, she’s good company. Now, do I wish she would take the wheel once in a while? Of course, I do. But for the last 30 years, the … Continue reading
For the past few weeks, I’ve been knee-deep doing my part as a very-functional cog in the machinery of what is billed as the “largest annual training event in the U.S. Army.” To no one’s surprise, Fort Knox is right where … Continue reading
Nothing is so fractious as the right side of the political spectrum in victory. So, what do you think? Is Jeanine Pirro right? Does Paul Ryan have to go and step down as Speaker of the House?
…the people you meet “over there.” I had the pleasure of meeting briefly with General Mattis in Kabul in 2010. I was temporarily in charge of NTMA’s Joint Visitor’s Bureau at Camp Eggers. There was an opening for a deputy … Continue reading
Marriage, as we know it is all but gone. And it’s our fault. People will still get “married,” of course. Couples will hold a ceremonies in front of friends and family pledging to build a life together. For a little while … Continue reading
The reading list feature on this blog really has me thinking about what I’ve collected over the last 30+ years. Journaling about our efforts and progress with respect to the library renovation has been something of a focusing tool.
Neither of you said you would leave me alone. Why is that so hard? We’re already handing over 60% of our labor to support the leviathan of government on the Federal, State, and Local level. Apparently that’s not enough.