Category Archives: Everyday

Jesus is real

Jesus is real. That’s what the big sign on the side of the interstate proclaimed. Homemade sign, about the size of a commercial billboard. Black background. White letters. No church affiliation. No website. Simply, “Jesus is real.” Don’t know who … Continue reading

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Bad theology

That might be a stretch. While on Spring Break I noticed several “advertisements” for various churches that I passed along the way. Some were signs in front of churches, and others were signs along the road way. Most seemed to … Continue reading

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Egg Mayo

It started with a simple request. Would you make egg mayo for me? Egg mayo, for you folks from the US, is what typically would be called egg salad. In Britain, it’s egg mayo. I love egg mayo. So a … Continue reading

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Joy of Success

As much as I may go on about the difficulties and distress of teaching, you do get to experience those glimmering moments of success. And the majority of my many, many students will be successful this semester and into the … Continue reading

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UK citizenship

I am a first generation American. My parents were both immigrants to the US, so when folks talk bad about “birth-er babies” or “anchor babies” it hits close to home. That’s me your talking about. I do remember my parents … Continue reading

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Discipline beats Creativity

If all has gone well, I am at the last day of a month free of alcohol. No beer. No wine. (some whine) There was no particular reasons for taking on this fast. I am trying a fast from something … Continue reading

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End of the semester

There are two really stressful times during the semester; the beginning and the end. The beginning is racked with new rolls daily, students not sure about where they are to be and when they should be there. At the end … Continue reading

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Gas pumps

  A fact of commuting life is sooner or later the fuel tank will have to be filled. You have to purposely choose a place to stop, connect and fill up. My pumps of choice are at the world’s largest … Continue reading

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