Going to the NBA Finals

Going to the NBA Finals
This week I’ll get to cross an item off my bucket list – going to watch my favorite player, a Mr. LeBron James, play in the NBA finals. And here’s the proof!! Definitely excited to see if the Cavs can hold home court and send the series back to Golden State 2-2, but I’m not ...

Infinity War Thoughts

Infinity War Thoughts
Warning: Avengers – Infinity War spoilers below.   I’ll start out saying I was a big Infinity War fan. Unlike Danielle’s complaint that they packed so many heroes into one film, I thought they did a good job of weaving everything together. Perhaps the story with Vision and Wanda (AKA Scarlet Witch) was a little ...

New Covenant Academy Living Tree Campaign

New Covenant Academy Living Tree Campaign
I find myself in a unique position when it comes to New Covenant Academy  (my high school alma mater). My dad helped found the school I was there at the beginning (as a baby 🙂 ) I attended from Preschool all the way through graduation I’m a parent of 2 kids in school now I’m ...

Twitter, the NRA and Planned Parenthood

Twitter, the NRA and Planned Parenthood
Somehow the other day I found a Twitter thread regarding the NRA and Planned Parenthood. I think it came up because someone I follow liked it. (just checked, and indeed it did). Rather than tell the whole story, I’ll just provide an image of the exchange. The topic of abortion really gets my blood boiling, ...

Stem Cell Transplant 1

As most (I assume) of you readers know, my dad was diagnosed with Multiple Myeloma in September of 2017. It’s been quite the process since then and an emotional rollercoaster for sure. We have been overwhelmed by the love and support of so many people, which has been such a comfort and support during this ...

The Patience of Moses

You often hear the phrase “the wisdom of Solomon”, but tonight as I was doing my Read through the Bible in a Year plan, it struck me how (for the most part) Moses was an incredibly patient person. Yes, Moses acted rashly when he murdered the Egyptian that was mistreating a Hebrew slave. Also, the ...

Biden vs. Trump

So, if you didn’t know, the other day Joe Biden said They asked me if I’d like to debate this gentleman, and I said ‘no.’ I said, ‘If we were in high school, I’d take him behind the gym and beat the hell out of him.’ You know, Joe could have just answered in a ...

The Great Divorce

Last night I started The Great Divorce by C.S. Lewis. I’m a big Lewis fan. I’ve read all the Narnia books, although that was a while ago now. I’ve also read Mere Christianity and the Screwtape Letters. I have this issue, you see. I have grand intentions of reading lots of books (and I have ...

Mueller Over-Under

I made a comment at work today regarding an over-under as to when President Trump fires Special Counsel Robert Mueller. It’s really sad to see the craziness that’s going on in the political realm, especially lately. With that said, I’m going with 2 months as the under for the President to somehow make sure Mueller ...

The Business of Honor

Recently (as in yesterday) I finished the book The Business of Honor by Bob Hasson and Danny Silk. I won’t go into the nitty gritty of the book, but it deals very much with our relationships and how we approach things at our place of business, but it really could be applied, in many instances, ...