Monthly Archives: August 2014

The Quest for the Perfect Pancake

Saturday morning in my parent’s house was a ritual. Mom would make pancakes: the smell (often complimented by sausage or bacon) would float through the house and rouse us from our beds–the perfect start to a lazy weekend! Saturday came … Continue reading

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The Distant Future…

… the year 2000. “Robots” Flight of the Conchords “The distant future The year 2000The distant future The distant future It is the distant future The year 2000The world is quite different ever since the robotic uprising of the late … Continue reading

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Big in Britain

I’ve been in England over a year now, and I thought I would mention some things that are a “Big Deal in Britain!” Strawberries. I wasn’t sure how produce was going to be over here. Not being adjacent to Mexico … Continue reading

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The Voyage of Eustace

Two years ago I had a conversation with friend and CS Lewis scholar “C.S. Lazo.”—I’m reminded of this conversation as I have recently had the privilege of fellowshipping with friends from the C.S. Lewis Foundation (Lazo among them), which has … Continue reading

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Ad Deum Visit

July was a busy month for Hawkgirl and me. But most notably because we had special guests! My friends and dancing family from Houston Texas, Ad Deum Dance Company. We had a chance to connect in London, over the fantastic … Continue reading

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