An Ode to the Cranberry, 2010

Discovered in 1427 by Cardinal Joseph Cran, the cranberry is useful for many things. It is delicious. It is tasty. It is tart. It is good mixed with various other fruits. It floats. It is from heaven. It’s amazing canned shape invites my gobbling. It’s juice keeps away urinary track infections. Cranberries are magical. More…… Continue reading An Ode to the Cranberry, 2010

Philippians 4 and our Anxious Mind

The mind is a funny thing. Years ago I memorized Philippians 4 as part of my devotional time. For me, I find Bible memory a great way to focus my sometimes unfocusable mind. And I find that I live out Scripture better when it is embedded in my head as opposed to plucked from a…… Continue reading Philippians 4 and our Anxious Mind

The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb

Few books require comparison to a Fyodor Dostoyevsky novel. Yet both the length of the story and the depth of the primary character does resemble works like The Brothers Karamazov. While Dostoyevsky wrote in serials and was therefore paid by the word for his work which in turn paid for his gambling addiction, about 500…… Continue reading The Hour I First Believed by Wally Lamb

The Turkey Drop

It’s really not thanksgiving without a little reference to WKRP in Cincinnati, is it? Here’s the classic skit. For those who are too young to remember this show, it was great! Happy Thanksgiving everyone. From our family to yours. Enjoy the pumpkin pie, football games, and of course time with the family.