When Grandma Goes To Court

March 4, 2008



Words of Wisdom from Confessions of a CF Husband

March 4, 2008

Check out this blog chronicling the journey of Nate, Tricia and Gwenyth



I was reminded of a few things yesterday morning at C3.

Proverbs 15:1-4

A gentle response defuses anger,
but a sharp tongue kindles a temper-fire.

Knowledge flows like spring water from the wise;
fools are leaky faucets, dripping nonsense.

God doesn’t miss a thing—
he’s alert to good and evil alike.

Kind words heal and help;
cutting words wound and maim.

> We need to be Gentle in our Communication

> We need to speak words of Wisdom from God

> We need to Think first…then Speak

Is what I’m about to say…

> The tongue of the Wise brings Healing


Kaleidascope Therapy

March 3, 2008



What’s been keeping me busy

March 2, 2008

I am stringing for the Manhattan Mercury shooting video for MHS and KSU.  Not a very high paying gig but fun while it lasts.  I am using the Mercury’s Sony handicam which is not supported by my Mac so I find myself trudging to the newspaper office at all hours of the night.   But is sure is fun watching all this basketball.



It’s a sad day for me…Goodbye Larry Norman

February 26, 2008



Cool sites

February 21, 2008


Here is an interesting site, not all  material is suitable for general audience, but it seems easy to discern.  You may be asking yourself, where does she come up with all these cool sites?



Bank accidentally gives man 5 million dollars

February 21, 2008

  NEW YORK (AP) – A man was charged with withdrawing $2 million from an account after a bank confused him with a man who has the same name. Benjamin Lovell was arraigned Tuesday on grand larceny charges. The 48-year-old salesman said he tried to tell officials at Commerce Bank in December that he did not have a $5 million account. He says he was told it was his and he could withdraw the money.

Prosecutors said the bank—which advertises itself as America’s Most Convenient Bank—confused Lovell with a Benjamin Lovell who works for a property management company.

The lesser-funded Lovell gave away some of the withdrawn money and blew some of it on gifts, but lost much of it on bad investments, prosecutors said.

The district attorney’s office did not immediately have information on his lawyer. Calls left with Commerce Bank on Wednesday were not immediately returned.