I’ll never pretend to be Mr. Handyman around the house (or car, or yard). I’ve often wondered if it was because I was just lazy (that’s probably a big part of it), or if perhaps I just wasn’t meant to do that kind of work. Well today I found my proof. I was going through … Continue reading I Found It! Proof of Why I Shouldn’t Fix Anything at Our House!
I first heard about the Lifescore Assessment survey from Suzy Taylor Oakley, a fellow blogger. The Lifescore Assessment is a free online tool developed by Michael Hyatt that measures your progress in life’s most important areas. Michael is a New York Times bestselling author and the former CEO and Chairman of Thomas Nelson Publishers. His popular … Continue reading My Lifescore
I was rummaging through some boxes of memorabilia and came across the results of my Kuder Occupational Interest Survey test from my senior year of high school, shown above. The survey shows results both for occupations and college majors that align most closely with the responses I gave to the survey questions. When I look … Continue reading High School Career Survey Turns Out Surprisingly Accurate 40 Years Later
We got our first snowstorm of the year, and it was a doozy. It led to a sort of do-nothing day (well, not sort of), and so I just thought I’d share some random thoughts I’ve had during the day. I learned a new word today, graupel, thanks to Adam Joseph of 6 ABC Action … Continue reading Random Thoughts and Thanks from the Blizzard of 2016
We just had a thunderstorm pass through our neighborhood a few minutes ago, with heavy rain, strong winds, and lightning. For whatever reason, thunderstorms have always fascinated me. I remember as a kid someone telling me that you can tell how far away a storm is by counting how many seconds it takes to hear … Continue reading It’s Nights Like This I Wish We Had a Front Porch