Monthly Archives: October 2010

Pillory of the Sleepless

Lots of catching up to do. I suppose I should write more often. We finally finished the floors at work. A six-hour job eventually extended into a five-night project, but the floors are finally pristine. Good thing we weren’t paying … Continue reading

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Marchin’ On

I’m exhausted. At this point, I’m basically a part-time student with a full-time job. Don’t get me wrong, the paycheck is pretty sweet, but my schedule is crazy tight. I’m up at 8, classes until 1, work from 2 to … Continue reading

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Boasting

With every breath I take, with every heartbeat Sunrise and the moonlights in the dark street Every glance, every dance, every note of a song It’s all a gift undeserved that I shouldn’t have known Every day that I lie, … Continue reading

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Et tu, Brute?

I am Dane Cook in Good Luck Chuck. Ladies, if you’re interested in getting engaged and/or married in the near future, I recommend a relationship with me. We’ll date, and then you’ll leave for smoother sailing. And higher cheekbones. Craziest … Continue reading

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E-mail Augury

My father sent me an email that included a list of Old Testament Messianic prophecies that were directly fulfilled in the New Testament. He sent me the email in tandem with one further detailing his interpretation of the biblical timing … Continue reading

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Sorry, Chapin, Cascade Sucks

Caleb and I covered another high school football game on Friday. We went to Hartford’s homecoming game against Beaver Dam, and it soon proved worth the trip. Loads of action, fairly high-scoring, and I got to go on the radio … Continue reading

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3x Praise

Man. This week has been one of the best in recent memory, and it’s only halfway over! The Lord has been so good to me and my family. My father has battled chronic back pain for much of his life, … Continue reading

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