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Monthly Archive for June, 2004

Voiceless Wanderings I woke up this morning without a voice, which left me wondering what exactly I would get accomplished at work. Typically today is my busiest day for sales calls, contacting new and established clients to see if they would be advertising in the next issue. Hopefully tomorrow will be that day. In fact, [...]

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SPINNING DROUGHT & ANNOUNCEMENT If you haven’t noticed, June has been an especially dry month for my music selections. The one cd that I reviewed this month was actually purchased at the end of May – so I haven’t even considered buying a cd yet this month. The pickings seem pretty slim…especially in the Christian [...]

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Perspective I once again find myself either too busy or to depleted of anything substantive to say to leave an intelligent post of my own, so I’ll post some second-hand wisdom instead. Thanks to Dan Stevens for passing this forward on to me. Below is a version of a common fable, followed by a modern [...]

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That good kind of tired… Well, I must sadly say goodbye to the four-day weekend I enjoyed. The last two days were spent camping well north of us, outside of a little town called Darrington. We didn’t actually get up to our site until 6pm, but we made the most of the evening and consumed [...]

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UPDATES It’s hard enough trying to find the time before and after work to post on the blog, let alone update the remainder of the site. So today I spent a couple of hours updating the rest of mooreover.com – I reviewed my first cd for June, and I added a link to my brother [...]

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Good night! Kami and I were awoken by a huge explosion that shook the house last night. I am not typically “the sky is falling” type of guy, but I don’t mind admitting that I was instantly afraid of what the explosion meant. I’ve been through many thunderstorms, and I’ve seen lightning strike a tree [...]

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