Posts from — August 2007
I’ve been going through and adding titles to my posts so that my archives can be accessed (I’ve completed through June 2001 so far), and I’ve noticed something funny.
My default category is ‘Everyday Things’. It’s what I use for general updates and stories about my life and so forth. However, in going through these old posts I’m finding subjects labeled ‘everyday things’ that are far from every day. Like… getting engaged, my wedding, announcing our first pregnancy, feeling my first baby move for the first time, and so forth. Hardly every day sort of things. Guilt rushes in on me as I save each of these posts with such an ordinary category.
August 31, 2007 No Comments
And interesting and helpful article from Edmunds.com
August 30, 2007 No Comments
So I finally signed up for a LibraryThing account. It was probably years ago when it came onto the scene, and everyone was talking about it. But I didn’t want to bother with it then. Now I’m addicted. I signed up a while ago, and in just three sessions I filled up the 200 book limit for a free account. I’ll upgrade to the lifetime membership at some point, and finish my library. I’ve added a widget to the sidebar so you can see 20 random selections from the 200 books I’ve entered so far.
Also, this game is fun.
August 23, 2007 1 Comment
Waterdeep has, over the years, been quite open in discussing their faith as Christians, but they have also written many songs that some would not consider â€œChristianâ€ because they donâ€™t explicitly state the themes that are there for those with ears to hear. Waterdeep stands as a positive example of a band exploring and applying biblical themes to a wide variety of lifeâ€™s situations, not forsaking artistic integrity for theme-explicitness.
This is one of my favorite bands, and I am so thankful that they’ve put some new material out. Their music is also on emusic. If you want to sign up and get this album, plus another 39 tracks for free, let me know and I’ll send you a referral link.
August 16, 2007 2 Comments