My pastor asked me to be part of a church committee which had their first meeting last night. I guess you can call it a committee, maybe it’s more of a team. Either way, I’m not a member of the church yet he still wanted to include me, and that in itself certainly makes me feel that he actually cares about me.
I’m reluctant to talk about any of the topics of the meeting but he wanted a real diverse group, and that’s what he got. Not diverse in terms of race, but more so in personal background and experience.
There was one person’s career path that was quite interesting – CPA, lawyer, developer (or something tech related), and then real estate.
Another person use to be second in command of a gang of over 200, was a drug dealer, and has been in jail in three different countries.
Another person owned a company that actually installed the front desk lobby area of Southwest Airline’s headquarters.
I finally broke down and bought a new pair of sandals only to step in dog dookie wearing them for the first time.
Jon Stewart really hit Obama hard last night, and that’s just another reason why I like his show, he’ll call out either side and does it often, all in the form of comedy.
My asthma has been pretty bad the last couple of days, with the most likely cause being allergies. Usually it’s worst at night, and I keep myself from going to the doctor because I’m on a high deductible plan.
I’ve got a really bad habit of grinding my teeth whether I’m awake or sleeping, which results in lots of headaches.
BabyGeeding’s appointment at the pediatric ophthalmologist went splendidly well.
The best cookies other than homemade have to be Otis Spunkmeyer.
Sometimes I say things that I know don’t really affect people, but I think they do, and I dwell on feeling like a jackass for the rest of the day.
Did you know that another oil well in the Gulf has been leaking since April 30? But it’s oil trail is only a ten-mile slick.
I was told yesterday this website was mentioned on sports radio 1310 KTCK The Ticket recently.
When I was a yoot I use to think that Dr J was really a medical doctor in the off season.
I recently found out that Doc Rivers got his name because he once wore a Dr J shirt in college, and when his assistant coach Rick Majerus saw him, he call Doc and the name just stuck.