Reading other people’s blogs makes me feel kind of like a stalker… However, I have some how overcome this feeling and now I do enjoy reading people’s thoughts, seeing what they are up to, and hearing their recommendations on books, food, fashion, and any number of other things.

My favorite is . Sara Jane is a woman who grew up in my hometown and now lives in Dayton, OH. She is married with 2 kids, works part time as a Physicians assistant, and blogs a lot. She is smart and witty, and has a southern voice that comes through in all she writes.

I have also started reading the blog I haven’t cooked very many things from this site, but I like how she writes and the photography is lovely. I want to try her recipe for home-made pop-tarts. They look wonderful.

There are a few ladies that went to Union University with me. I only knew 1 of them, but they are all interesting and artistic ladies. They graduated and have spread out, but blog to keep in touch. It’s worth reading. The link is

Finally my Mom and my Uncle Ray have interesting things to say always. I am proud every time I get to read their blogs. Here is the link for each. Mom’s is and my Uncle Ray’s site is .

Hope you enjoy any number of these!


I was recently directed to a webiste called Sojourners She was talking to me about Glenn Beck’s command that all christians turn in their pastors if they are preaching “social justice”. He said “report them to your church’s officials”. So I turned my self  in to Glenn just to be safe.

That’s not really what I wanted to talk to you about though. I have been reading the blogs of the many and varied contributors to that website and have found it to be a helpful chrisian perspective on things happening in the world. What I have recently been looking for is solid Christian thoughts on Immigration. This is an issue with all kinds of opinions, some more valid than others. My interest in this is that fact that God seems to care an awful lot about those who are most marginalized in societies. Illegial immigrants fall right into that category. As a contributor said, “They live in the shadows”. I have found the contributors on to be extremly helpful in forming my thoughts on this topic and I hope you will stop by for a glance or two.

Please…Read it and tell me what you think.

Just in case you are using the fact that you need to scroll to the top to find this link to avoid checking things out, I will post it again.

I have no idea why married people fight? I guess it all boils down to proximity.
I have no real meaningful answers, but I am writing to recommend to anyone who hasn’t seen Jerry Seinfield’s new show, “The Marriage Ref”. I heard a bad review of the show (on NPR), but I have to say that I have thoroughly enjoyed watching other couples negotiate the murky waters of annoying habits, bad fashion choices, and creepy hobbies (I’m talking to you puppet man). For whatever reasons, I enjoy knowing that other people have fights that consistently come up and that they make it through, that they are able to laugh about it. I you haven’t seen it, it comes on Thursday nights at 9pm Central Standard time. Watch and let me know what you think.