There is an ebb and flow to blogging


There is an ebb and flow to blogging


Here I am staring at my blog realizing it has been yet another week since I posted. I used to have so much time and energy to invest in to my blog. I spent two days at home sick fighting off a cold. I’m not one of those people who will work regardless of the condition they are in. I stay home, take cold medication, and sleep it off.

I’ve been watching the new Battlestar Galactica with Carol. We started renting the DVDs last week. I enjoy the show. It grapples with human weakness.

I think it is funny that Christians have reacted so strongly to the Da Vinci Code movie and critics are saying the movie is a dud.

It has been unusually warm in April and May. :)

I have too many projects on the go at the same time.

I’ve been working with PHP on one of those projects. I can’t say I understand why it is so popular.

Children can be interesting. I sent my oldest downstairs to clean up his mess. It would have taken him 20-25 minutes tops if he worked really fast. He spent the first 1/2 hour complaining and then crying. It took an odd turn when he started pleading for death. I hadn’t heard that part before. I went downstairs and forced him to start cleaning up one section. He was done after a 1/2 hour of work.

We had our spring planning meetings at the college yesterday.

  1. #1 by keith on May 19, 2006 - 8:40 pm

    hey LT I really enjoyed the new version of Battlestar Galactica too. I was leary of a remake but I think I perfer it to the old one, I miss the old Cylons but some of the new models are much more attractive. And Baltar’s caracter is way better than the stereotypical bad guy like he was in the old series…so when are you coming out to Kelowna again?…

  2. #2 by Joel Schroeder on May 19, 2006 - 8:41 pm

    I’m so loving the new BSG, I can hardly wait to get my hands on the second half of season 2. I must admit that there are some really interesting views on religion expressed in the show, as well as many other things. What strikes me the most, is how it appears so much more “real” than any other show I’ve ever watched. You see people reach their breaking points, see their flaws, and weaknesses as well as watch them rise to the occasion, or battle with ghosts from the past. It is just so enamoring that I can’t get enough of it. I’m currently rewatching the mini-series and I still find more and more things that I never noticed before that add to the whole show.

  3. #3 by Kevin Harms on May 20, 2006 - 7:56 am

    Death? Yeah, that is new. Haven’t watched BSG, but I saw a preview for it. Looks interesting.

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