Chopsticks for Snacking

No greasy fingers for this guy. Anyone else do this? No? Just me? Ok.

Hobby Lobby and the Road Ahead

I've been waiting for the day to come. To finally find out what the Supreme Court would say about the Hobby Lobby case and the right of people (because corporations are people) to reject government mandates that go against their religious beliefs. And when the decision came down, I retweeted remarks from Russell Moore... http://twitter.com/drmoore/status/483616326175318017Continue reading Hobby Lobby and the Road Ahead

My New Old Hobby – How Tech Renewed My Love of Making Music

I've caught the recording bug. Again. Back in the day, I had a number of recording tools at my disposal. I used a Korg 01/W FD (which stood for floppy drive, back when those, you know, existed) and a Tascam cassette 4-track. When I recorded guitars, I used my rig, which to this day consists … Continue reading My New Old Hobby – How Tech Renewed My Love of Making Music

Train Tracks

Took this picture on my run the other day. I just like the view.

Made a Friend on my Run

He was further out of his shell when I first saw him. Him? Her? Hmm.

Recording Saturday

It's a "music stuff has taken over the kitchen table" kind of Saturday.

Field Day 2014

So proud of the kids yesterday at their school's Field Day! They had a great time and did awesome!

A Bigger iPhone?

OK, here's my take on the new iPhone 6. No, it hasn't been announced yet. But everything I've read points to a larger iteration (or two). I currently carry the 5S, but I think it is too big. I have to stretch to reach the top of the phone with my thumb. In my opinion, … Continue reading A Bigger iPhone?

The Dangers of Going Through Records – Grace in Remembering

You ever go through paperwork or files and get reminded of something awful? Happened to me the other day. As I get older, I am feeling the need to simplify. Get rid of clutter. Part of that is manifesting in a renewed desire to go paperless. I've been an Evernote user for a while, and, … Continue reading The Dangers of Going Through Records – Grace in Remembering