vendredi, avril 25, 2008
I listen to lots of books as well as read book. I recently finished R.C. Sproul's The H0liness of God on audio book. I checked it out from the Calcasieu Parish Public Library. The audio book I'm listening to now is Alexandre Dumas' The Man in the Iron Mask.
I am reading a number of items. Today I started a biography of Philip Melancthon. I am also reading the Epistles of Pope Gregory the Great, which can be found in the Second Series of the Nicene and Post Nicene Fathers (Vol. XII).
I like Old Books most of all.
samedi, avril 19, 2008
Lisa had to go to work this morning. I got up with her, but I've spent the morning relaxing. I read for a while, watched the News (the Pope is on Fox News celebrating Mass at St. Patrick Cathedral as I write this). As soon as I up load the blog I will start doing some needed work around the house.
Morgan with Christian (in the cap)
Lindsey Janiese, our "official" photographer, and Morgan. We haven't go her picture yet, but she is very good at what she does.
Morgan with Woody (we went to Ireland last year when he married Elisabeth, Morgan's first cousin)
Lisa, Danny and Rhonda (Lisa's sister and Elisabeth's mom)
And here is Elisabeth. You can't tell but she will be delivering her and Woody's first child in early May (my great grand niece of nephew)
Well, I have work to do.
jeudi, avril 17, 2008
mercredi, avril 16, 2008
jeudi, avril 10, 2008
Mike is a great friend. Morgan my daughter came home and visited with us for a while. We looked a pictures and some You Tube videos of Cats, the best wedding dance and Poo Poo Broussard. It was a good night.
More when I am able to get the time to do so.
dimanche, avril 06, 2008
SWLA Public Avoidance #1
Though he is little known to everyone, The Cajun Huganut Monk named public avoidance #1 by Church leaders and acquaintances around South West Louisiana has been making waves in the Community. Along with fellow Huganut’s, mostly dysfunctional converts, his writings appears frequently by E-Mail, Forums, Blogs. There, he addresses ridiculously unimportant topics of little or no significance, free from the censorship imposed by PCA, SBC, FBI, OCW or COP authorities as seen in the infamous cartoons of Huganut portraying a Top Operator. Huganut’s informs on little-known and unimportant not to mention boring information have become a thorn in the side of any who are in ears distance of Huganut.
Incapable of concentrating; the only strategy left for Huganut is printing tons of useless unimportant, uninteresting information (which has sparked a $50 bounty on his head by the United Paper Workers due to increasing amounts of Overtime & a $500 by several environmental groups “Tree Huggers”). When his name is mentioned, the public cringes. Knowing him as a boring trouble-making, who is backed by Pappy Van Winkle. They could easily refute his points, they insist, “but who cares”.
Huganut is an unusual figure: Robed in Red Velvet, with a huge flask around his neck, he sits with both the Gun and the Internet in easy reach. Huganut’s followers are one of the newest most unusual bunches (plum weird, outcast) among the communities in SWLA. In many respects come to personify the term “different”. But the fiery Huganut does not submit, and minces no words; He confuses everyone. He has singly made his Blogism which he uses to highlight his own boring info on anyone that will receive it.
The result? Mass confusion. The very public conversion of high-profile Tribal Missionary. Who only stopped for directions, is only the tip of the iceberg. Indeed, someone stated a while back that there are about “a” convert to the Huganut’s annually, many of them persuaded by Intoxication.
I immediately called Craig at work. I told him that the only part that bothered me was the fact that it was all true. We had a good laugh together.
mardi, avril 01, 2008
Lisa went with Donna to see a doctor in Houston. I picked up the boys at school and fixed supper.
It was a pretty normal day.
This morning I completed a biography (published in 1908) of Erasmus, by John Alfred Faulkner. It was a good and informative read. This is the first full biography of Erasmus that I've read. I've read a good bit about him in the past, but it was good to get this bigger picture of this important man.