Friday, February 21, 2003

The Online Labyrinth has been added to the list of Links.

Stuff gathered from email today...

Mikey's Thot for the Day:
"Snowmen fall from Heaven unassembled."

And what has to be the funniest things I've seen... an inflatable church. Possibly funnier...and more disturbing.. than Buddy Christ...and probably way more expensive!

Thanks to for the snowman quote and the inflatable church link!

Wednesday, February 19, 2003

Well, today was not an erg day, but I did have erg leftovers. On the other hand, at a luncheon today Dr. Todd Lewis and his wife Ginny did a great "Reader's Theatre" style presentation of a Dave Berry piece on dating then spoke about their courtship. Now, for anyone who knows me, this may be a shocking blog. [Laura, enjoying a thing on courtship???] Anyhow, they were so hilarious--and, yes, cute--that all you could do was laugh. Why do I mention it? Well, this is my blog and they were funny... nuff said...

Tuesday, February 18, 2003

This is a erg day. It started with a lively discussion on allergens--don't ask. It continued with a bus driver who decided to punish the high school students on his bus--students who would not move to the back even though there was not only more space to stand, but actual seats to sit in--anyhow he decided to punish these students by stopping the bus, getting off, and sitting on the bus bench--all without telling the rest of us (who had cooperatively moved to the back) what he was doing!! How childish is that. To top it off, when I got off the bus about a mile later, the driver was in such a rush to make his turn that he nearly hit a pedestrian and a car. Hopefully his heart was pounding after that!

Anyhow, now I'm off to class, taking my erg self and sitting in a chair for the next five hours... double ERG!

Maybe I'll bring a couple of TAZO Calm Tea bags with me...

Monday, February 17, 2003

Well, apparently it’s once again time to talk about the exhibit in the Biola University Art Gallery. Today there is an article in the Christianity Today Weblog ("Some May Be Offended by Biola Exhibit on Reaching Culture"). The Los Angeles Times also had an article in its religion section on February 15 (there is a link in the CT Weblog article—there is a free registration). I’m no art critic, and frankly the time commitment required by my current studies prohibit an in-depth analysis. I guess my only response to those who say some will be offended is this: good! The church needs to be stirred up. Frankly, I think it’s pretty cool that a “traditionally conservative Christian school” (quote from Weblog) is having a hand in the stirring…

And to Richard Flory, Donald Miller, and Daniel Callis I say, “Looking forward to the rest of the story…"