My Favorite Music Video

My Favorite Music Video

Perhaps my favorite music video ever isn’t what you would expect. Yes, I know. How can one choose just one video as the favorite from the millions available?   When I was in high school, I was interested in business and technical subjects. But that was back in...
The Test

The Test

The test and my answer   An interesting phenomenon is occurring in my family right now. My children are becoming spouses and parents as they are beginning their post-high school lives. The experience is not surprising or unexpected, but the emotions and memories...
Free Lunch

Free Lunch

Awe. Now I have your attention. But really, check this out.   FREE rice bowl, 3 Asian tacos, salad or both mi sandwich with an organic fountain soda for each person that responds. I am serious. Everyone wins. No kidding.   Are you down?   Just answer...
In Vain

In Vain

For some reason, I have been reminiscing recently with some old songs and artists from my youth: Jim Croce, England Dan and John Ford Coley, Simon & Garfunkel.  You may be familiar with them or not–I realize they are ancient.     Those musicians still...
Reflection

Reflection

See your reflection in Christ   A few weeks ago I asked the question “Have you ever wondered if you would have accepted Jesus Christ’s message had you been living in Jerusalem in those days?”   Regardless of your response then, you are answering that very...
The Gift

The Gift

I am surrounded by talented and artistic people in and out of my family: illustrators, artists, graphic designers, and interior decorators to name just a few.   Remember the classic old movie set in the depression of the mid-1930s. A 12-year-old boy who has very...
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