Monthly Archives: March 2009

Everyone Chip In

Despite the Econocolypse, 2008 was a banner year for the film industry. Forget AIG or idiots who bit off way more debt than they could ever hope to chew, it’s those I’ll-stay-at-home-and-read-a-book people that are prolonging this recession. I know I did my part.


Greetings from Jefferson City!

Today I sent a postcard to Puri1959 in Apeldoorn, Netherlands. Continue reading

My Inner Child Wants to Watch This Over and Over and Over and Over and Over

Butterfly in the Sky / I Can Go Twice as High

It’s been far, far too long since I’ve sat down and actually read a book.

That’s why I’m especially excited to get back in the groove of things, beginning with my fresh new copy of John Bunyan’s classic allegory, The Pilgrim’s Progress. Continue reading

Would I Buy Pizza from a Vending Machine?

Sadly, yes. Yes I would.


Sad Fish :-(

My lunch Friday was, to say the least, disappointing.

I supposed it’s my own fault. I’ve come to expect a lot from the Lenten Menu at The Towne Grill (improperly apostrophed motto: “Food at It’s Best”), but their last offering left me with a bad taste in my mouth (pardon the pun). Continue reading

March (Meme) Madness

Fine. I’ll do it. Three Things, here we go:

Three Names I go by: