Monthly Archives: May 2011


Science says that most mutations are the result of duplicated DNA gone awry, and creationists say that mutations always result in a loss of existing information. What depressing thoughts, on both counts. Continue reading

Posted in beauty, Bible Study, creation/evolution, daisies, Ecclesiastes, flowers, God, hope, perserverance, photography, prayer, science, Truth | 2 Comments

Ericisms-Halo Edition

The craziest stuff comes out of this boy’s mouth…

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Posted in childhood, Eric, Ericisms, Halo, humor, politics, pop culture | 1 Comment

Backyard Lilac Festival

This gallery contains 3 photos.

Smell these pictures… Continue reading

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A To Do List for the Last Day on Earth

Sorry, kids, the world’s ending tomorrow. Continue reading

Posted in Art, Ben & Jerry's, Calvin & Hobbes, Controversy, fear, gratitude, heaven, humor, peculiar people, Random thoughts, weirdos | 3 Comments

The Dead Girl Ain’t Dead.

I don’t think Jairus’ daughter was dead… Continue reading

Posted in Bible Study, Christianity, Controversy, Fundamentalist, Great Stories, King James Bible, Luke, Mark, Truth | Leave a comment

Rodalena Recipes: Perfect Cornbread

If’n you is needin’ sumthin’ to sop up the milk gravy from your fried pork chops tonight, I got jist the thang: cornbread.

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Posted in Cooking, family, Food, Fundamentalist, Hillbilly Comfort Food, love | 6 Comments

Earth Tones: Spring

The Homeowners Association
has decreed…
…for the most part
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Posted in beauty, Earth Tones, Michigan, photography, Poetry, Random thoughts, Spring | Leave a comment

You Just Don’t Mess With Wonder Woman

Wonder Woman, like the unapologetic KJV defender, is a fundamentalist. Continue reading

Posted in Fundamentalist, King James Bible, pop culture, Preservation, Random thoughts, super-hero, Wonder Woman | 2 Comments

Architectural Abomination

As I drove down Riverside Street
It hit me:
The enclosed porch
Is ruining
The whole Idea of
Neighborhood. Continue reading

Posted in Architecture, Community, depression, Nostalgia, Poetry, Preservation, Random thoughts | 1 Comment

The Fundamental Home-Schooling Preacher’s Wife Movie Rating System

I ignore the MPAA rating system when I decide which movies I definately want my children to see, which ones I’ll merely tolerate them viewing, and which ones will be avoided like the plague. Continue reading

Posted in A. A. Milne, childhood, Fundamentalist, Great Stories, movies, Pooh Bear | Leave a comment