The Promise and Privation of the Kindle (Or, Why I Still Buy Physical Books)

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The Promise and Privation of the Kindle (Or, Why I Still Buy Physical Books)

I’ve had the Amazon Kindle for about a year now and have put it through its paces. I have to say that I still like it and am glad that I got it. The ability to store thousands of books in a small device is as welcome as ever, especially on the go. However, a…

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Megan’s Photos

A couple weekends ago Megan and I headed out to Ironwoods Park to take some pictures. She loves photography about as much as I do, and she got some really compelling shots, so I thought I would share. Enjoy!

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Deas Vail Review

I have always been a fan of Deas Vail’s music since I first heard Shoreline. My wife and I even went to a concert where Deas Vail was the opening act, and stayed only for them, giving Copeland the snub. (Normally we wouldn’t have done that, but the venue was terrible in that the musical…

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A Brief Reprieve

This past weekend I had the first two days in over a month when I actually felt like getting out of bed. Chemo can take its toll, and it has been hitting me really hard for the last couple of weeks, but fortunately I was granted a brief respite from the nausea and fatigue to…

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A Small Spark

In the epistle of James we find a rather interesting description of the tongue: Likewise, the tongue is a small part of the body, but it makes great boasts. Consider what a great forest is set on fire by a small spark. The tongue also is a fire, a world of evil among the parts…

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Spam Fun

Every so often I like to wade through the comments that WordPress automatically sends straight to the spam folder for the sheer amusement of it. Below are some of most amusing with comments. Enjoy! I’d be likely to bestow with you on this. Which is not something I commonly do! I unusually like reading a…

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