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Monthly Archive for July, 2004

“The world is a vampire…” Trivia question for the day: from what song/group does the line in the header come from (“the world is a vampire…”)? Musically, it’s a great song – lyrically, it’s a spritual acid trip of emotion. Sorry, random thought for the day. I had that phrase stuck in my head as [...]

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Back from Vegas For those of you that didn’t know, I spent most of last week in Las Vegas, attending the National Convention for The Real Estate Book. My boss (Jane) was very gracious in paying for the trip, and I think that the trip overall will prove invaluable. We stayed at the JW Marriott, [...]

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No posts for a few days after this – after which, depending on the events of the next few days, there could plenty to write about. Too busy to go into any amount of detail now, but no, we’re not pregnant. Gotta run…

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New listen in the pages of SPINNING. I review a disc by newcomer Taylor Sorensen, which was released by Rocketown Records (founded by Michael W. Smith). All of this got me going on an interesting rant…   I always find it kind of laughable that Christian labels feel the need to compare themselves to secular [...]

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I think that this is starting to become more of a event log than a journal or free-write, as I had envisioned it. It’m finding it easier to write about the mundane than the fantastic. For instance, this post started as a look into the viewfinder of my day: “Today was my day off. Usually on [...]

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Finally, an update We’re havin four trees, their stumps, and fourteen other stumps removed from our property today. The blue spruce in the picture above was a nice tree, but its needles prevented us from being able to do anything with that space, and it was actually leaning quite a bit too. It added character [...]

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