Monthly Archives: May 2006

I’ve been drawing house plans lately, and it always sort of amazes me how many different things you can do with the same amount of space.  There is just something so satisfying about beginning with a blank screen and ending … Continue reading

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I’ve never paid too much attention to those banners at the top of the page before, but just realized this morning that it has two offers for Narnia stuff.  So does that thing actually pick out words in my post … Continue reading

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I’ve been asked about CS Lewis’s theological flaw.  Perhaps flaw was too strong a word.  I’m not really learned enough to dictate thological flaws.  Maybe I should say it’s something I can’t quite get my mind around.  See what you … Continue reading

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You know what I hate about blogging?  The lack of audience feedback!  I want to see the body language, watch the shifting of your faces, see the nods, rolling eyes, crossed arms, and “yagottabekidding” looks.  I have always enjoyed audience … Continue reading

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An e-mail I got the other day: A man eats two eggs each morning for breakfast. When he goes to the grocerystore he pays 60 cents a dozen. Since a dozen eggs won’t last a week henormally buys two dozens at … Continue reading

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I called you all “sprouts” the other day.  And as I thought about it later, I hope it didn’t offend anyone.  If so, I’m quite sorry. Not that I would take it back, of course!  But sprouting is such a … Continue reading

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Dust in the Wind again…  I’m not really listening to it (I think dh had that one on 8 track!! ) but if anyone wants to hear a snippet of the song, you can check the Amazon link out. Okay, … Continue reading

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