Monthly Archives: June 2011

Will I actually read a whole book this summer?

I have a whole stack of books I have not yet read.  Most of these were either given to me by friends or family, and the rest I purchased based on the recommendation of someone I respect.  I have another stack of books that I started to read but eventually found boring.  That stack was […]

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10 Things I Learned From My Dad

When my father passed away four years ago, a lot was said about the legacy he left. Most of it revolved around the hundreds of lives he impacted spiritually through the years. Yet, the lives he most affected were those of his children, though not strictly in spiritual matters. Even though there were many times […]

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Things I learned today

Do you desire knowledge?  Are you thirsting for parental wisdom?  My advice is to take a 300 mile road trip with two 14-year-olds, especially if one of them is your daughter.  Here are just a few of the things I learned today:   You don’t “become a fan” of something on Facebook anymore.  You “like” […]

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