Monthly Archives: April 2012
Number 6: Complaining – Life is hard for everybody and nobody cares about the play-by-play of why things aren’t as perfect for you right now as they are in the imaginary dream world you inhabit. I LOVE the illustration that goes with it: You can find the other 6 at PJ Lifestyle!
The football team here in Jacksonville was sold last year at the end of the season. The owner is a naturalized citizen who came to the United States as a teenager. He went to school, worked hard, and built his own corporation. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you the EPITOME of the American Dream – […]
One of the vids Kae has posted at the Bloodnut Blog: Go and read her post. Then thank God for them all. Thank you, Kae, for the beautiful post…and for your friendship.
Everything about the EU has always seemed like play-acting – functionaries and mandarins pretending to rule over a thing that does not exist, yet given the power to tax and regulate the people who live in their imaginary land. WW2 was a “Civil War” only if you believe the continent was a single political entity. […]
Taking responsibility for my part of the problem makes a difference. Humility signals that I’m asking God to work with me instead of expecting Him to solve my problems for me. Which means we have a relationship. And that’s good. The Role of Humility in Devotion.
Thanks to Are We Lumberjacks:
Oh, what an awful decision to have to make. Becky Petrino is possibly surprised to find herself in overwhelming pain, a pain that is shocking in its intensity, made even more so by the fact that she was blind-sided by the deceit. I try my very best to not hate anything or anyone. This does […]