Monthly Archives: August 2004

My inevitable inevitability

Yesterday, I upset my mom. It was one of those phone conversations, when I in my sarcastic wit caught my mother in one of those weepy moments. I apologized last night, and I tried earlier today, but she didn’t want … Continue reading

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Yesterday was a good day

It started Wednesday night last week after church. I got a phone call from a young man from our church asking questions about baptism, and his desire to set up a study time with me. I went to this yougn … Continue reading

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Thanks Matt Elliot

I stand corrected, and for good reason. If any one read my blog earlier today, I had posted, and apprantly false report from the Kerry campaign. My apologies for my irresponsibility in posting something reported to be true. Check it … Continue reading

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Fab Five Win Gold!!!!!!

Congratulations to the U.S. Women’s Soccer team who triumphed over Brazil in the gold medal match!!! Read about the Fab Five here at : http://sports.yahoo.com/oly

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She has the chicken pox…

Well it’s official, my darling little Rachel has the chicken pox. Not sure where we she got them. It’s better she gets them out of the way now. I got them when I was 12. It was the worst two … Continue reading

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Where did my week go?

Thursday has arrived. I can’t believe where the week has gone. Oh, I know, I have had my nose buried in Corinthian commentaries. Jennifer’s youngest brother and his wife are coming into Duncan this weekend. We are looking forward to … Continue reading

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Class has begun

I am offically engrossed my studies again for this semester. I apologize if the blogs are few and far between. I am currently taking a course on 2 Corinthians, and Christian Counseling. So far in the reading for 2 Corinthians, … Continue reading

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