If I ever meet the guy who invented the gift card he’s gonna get a serious wedgie from me.
Don’t get me wrong, I love them and we’ve received a good number of them over the years and they are always a blessing, but I guarantee you the guy who thought those things up was childless. Continue reading “Greedy Little Beggars”
So, here’s a riddle for you. What takes longer to get than a tax refund? Yes, you got it… Andy updating his blog!I’ve received a few emails asking me to update, but when I got a face to face, “Hey buddy, let’s get with it” I had to come to terms with this fact. I have blogging issues.
So, my bad, but here we go…
I’ve had a little time to do some thinking since my wife sent me to a Mavs game in Dallas for the B-day today…. here are the official props by the way… She rocks! Continue reading “What Were Those Directions Again?”
Wow… I’ve never been so thankful that I’m not getting paid for this. If this blog was my job, I’d have been fired with a capital “F”. Sorry it’s been so long.
But, I don’t base my significance on my blogging performance, so, I will continue to remember that I am good enough, smart enough and gosh darn it… people like me (thank you Stuart Smalley, you’ve changed my life. By the way, if you don’t know what I’m talking about there are one of two reasons: 1. you either go to bed way too early on Satuday nights, or 2. you have a life and don’t stay home watching TV on the weekends).
Anyway, back to the blogging. This morning I was getting the lowdown on my faith with my homeslice the gospel of Marky Mark forshizzel… ite!
…sorry, every now and then I slip into 80’s gangsta rap vernacular. I thinks it’s due to some head trauma I suffered while watching Boyz n the Hood… kind of like tourettes, I think. Continue reading “Mercy?”
It’s been one of my favorite verses/stories for the longest time.
It has all the elements: a desperate father, and afflicted child, religious tension and a climactic ending. It’s the stuff Hollywood movies are made of.
In this father’s desperation to find an answer for his son, he cries out to Jesus and says “if you can do anything” please stop standing there and show some compassion… fix my boy! Continue reading “Say What You Mean”
A message on Being Faithful from The Parable of the Talents: