Monday, April 28, 2008
Thursday, April 24, 2008
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
If I had yesterday to do over again, I'd have used the word, "bullcrappeth" several more times. Other than that, I stand by every word.
I am taking the next couple of Sundays off from corporate churchianity. Instead, I will either be working or reading.
Heartfelt hugs go to Rick, Mot, George, and PF for leaving comments. I have many of Joyce Meyer's books, and I have read most of them. I enjoy her TV ministry on occasion as well.
Mot--I have actually considered Catholicism before. Can't convince the wife unit to join me, though. Although I believe I could follow the Latin pretty well. Ha!
Rick--you da man...as always. As long as your around, I am not totally alone in this.
George--to me, you just being there is more important than you knowing what to say. Heck, I don't know what to say to me either!
Tomorrow I am going to wear my FIREBRED t-shirt to work. On the back of the shirt are the words, "Satan Sucks." Well...he does.
Tomorrow night I am going to enjoy the company of my hetero lifemate, James, who will be in town for an all-too-brief visit. Five points, here we come!
Thanks again to the blogger gang for chiming in and for not branding me a lunatic.
Tuesday, April 22, 2008
Thursday, April 17, 2008
Sunday, April 13, 2008
This pic was taken at Broadway At the Beach in N. Myrtle Beach, SC last month.
We are posing in front of the KISS Coffeehouse. Oh, the bucks I wanted to drop in there!
Wednesday, April 02, 2008
For the last couple of days, I have been down with the crud. During this time, I have endeavored to catch up on some DVR recordings. This morning, I finally caught The Pursuit of Happyness. The more I watch Will Smith, the more I respect him as a serious actor. He has successfully severed his image from that of "The Fresh Prince." The interaction between him and his son made for a beautifully done film.
I have not been so moved since "The Man From Manchester 3," which will be available on Hi-def DVD...well, someday.
I still feel crummy, but the Pursuit was worth it.