It’s the day before the day before Christmas. Celebrate Christmas Adam with someone!
For more than 9 years now I’ve lived with less water pressure coming into my house than I can generate out of my own uretha. As a Christmas gift from Santa Clause, I recently found out about a pressure regulator valve near my water cut-off (city water) that was set too low. It was a… Continue reading 9 Years of Pain End Well
My Jewish friend at work, Mr. Smith, brought to my attention a Creative Loafing series about the Black Mafia Family (BMF). Just in time for the holidays I learned about a brotherhood so rich in…well…ice, scrilla, green, snow, and other hip-hop terms I’m learning. The whole nasty crew started up as small-time drug dealers and… Continue reading Christmas is a Time for Family, the Black Mafia Family
I was totally dissappointed to learn that I missed Balthazar’s first ever live solo gig. It was a total surprise to Amy too. Today, Balthazar took part in his day care’s Christmas pageant thingy. He had learned a song on Monday that he apparently showed great enthusiasm for. So this morning, they handed the mic… Continue reading First Solo
Is it presumptious to believe man knows the will of gods?
A friend of mine sent me a link to an article about the Festivus craze that’s starting throughout the United States. The whole business with a politically correct holiday season got some people fed up. So much so that they abandoned the whole Christmas plan altogether and chose Festivus instead to celebrate. There are some… Continue reading Festivus Boom
Yesterday the family celebrated Christmas Adam with my mom. It’s a traditional ceremony for us – one that I invented when I was very young, so a long-standing one at that. Christmas Adam is the day before Christmas Eve. Christian mythology teaches us that Adam came before Eve, though there are no days celebrating that.… Continue reading Christmas Adam
Last night’s sermon after the Christmas play was not a favorite of mine. The pastor said that anything done in your life without Jesus Christ was a waste. There were countless additional versions of that to support the discussion, and they were all equally as displeasing. It’s one thing to try and help people that… Continue reading Loathed Sermons
My wife, a good friend of ours, and I were hired to perform for Free Chapel’s production of The Christmas Story in Gainesville this past weekend. The show was probably astounding, though I’ve haven’t seen it yet. It works out that way for those of us that are actually in the play. Getting it together… Continue reading Free Chapel Presents The Story of Christmas
My family will most likely be checking here for my Christmas list, so I’m posting it here for easy reference. Wish Lists: Amazon.com ThinkGeek JINX!