Lectionary Reading for the Day: The Lord’s my shepherd, I’ll not want. And with the morning’s sermon still fresh on my mind, I went out to tackle the latests crop of leaves before the rain makes them heavier and unmanageable this evening. Laura and I both hit them with duelling leaf blowers. There is not … Read More “A Shepherd of Leaves” »
This shows how little I know about the consumption of Tequila. Apparently tomato chasers are standard after doing shots of Tequila, the most common being a drink called Sangrita. Never mind that our variation used Pisco and a Russian pickled tomatoes, the effect was still outstanding.
Well, it seems that the fireball wasn’t a figment of my imagination. The Taurids apparently put on quite a show all over the place. Here’s the scoop from NASA… November 3, 2005: "I thought some wise guy was shining a spotlight at me," says Josh Bowers of New Germany, Pennsylvania. "Then I realized what it … Read More “Fireballs for Real” »
Now I remember why jack-o-lanterns have triangle eyes and jagged mouths. Straight lines are easier to carve into the thick, thick pumpkin skin.
Over the weekend I told a Homecoming friend that I was now at Fourth Presbyterian as choir director. He chided me about the name of the church. His comment was that after a “First” church of whatever denomination is established, then subsequent churches ought to have another name and not follow the numeric pattern.
I think it’s finally fall. I put on my first flannel shirt of the season this evening, and if the weather peeps are to be believed, it’s supposed to drop into the upper 40’s this evening. Yesterday was another beautiful, relaxed day, with the possible exception of the Furman game. Not too bad for a … Read More “First Flannel” »
Sometime back I did a review of Market Deli, and a subsequent sign after they had closed. We were at the Taco Hell next door this evening, and spotted this… At least they have a sense of humor. I guess the other guys just couldn’t get it back together.
What a motto. At least it’s better than some of the ones that got put up when I used to work here.
Furman 45 – Samford 23 Scary game – Furman is still not doing what they need if they have a hope of even a Southern Conference championship, much less a national one.
This weekend marks the 25th Anniversary of Art in the Park in Greenville. The show started out in Cleveland Park, and has moved locations several times. It’s current location is less in the park and more out on main street, but it is set up to take advantage of the renovated Falls Park in the … Read More “Art in the Park” »