Monthly Archives: July 2004

What a week!

I know it’s now been a week since my last post… but a few things have happened in the meantime. We loaded up our truck and drove over 1200 miles to move from Michigan to Bradenton, FL. We had a … Continue reading

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Friends

No, not the TV show… just good people who we’ve come to love and appreciate more than ever during the challenges of the last few weeks.  The people of our congregation were wonderful to us on Sunday as they said goodbye and … Continue reading

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Why I’m glad NOT to join the NEA

One of the many, many reasons for my looking forward to teaching in Florida rather than other states is the fact that I have the option to NOT join the teacher’s union.  While unions may have done some good in years past (or … Continue reading

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Who’s the liar?

As Phil predicted, here goes with link to conservative political columns:   Larry Elder: Kerry: We don’t attack our opponents in personal ways   It never ceases to amaze me how Kerry (and now Edwards) can get away with saying … Continue reading

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Spiderman

Went to see Spiderman 2 tonight with my son and a friend.  What a great movie!  I used to read the comic books years ago when I was a kid, but it was great to see a well crafted screen … Continue reading

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Great night and awesome day

Had a tremendous time at Pine Knob (excuse me… DTE Music Theater. I’ll never really get used to that!) last night. Went to see Michael W. Smith with Mercy Me and David Crowder Band. All were outstanding. We were a … Continue reading

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This is a new experience

My kids (particularly my oldest son) seem determined to drag me kicking and screaming into the 21st century blogosphere… so here goes! Like most new innovations it comes easier to those slightly younger than I am, but I guess an … Continue reading

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