This airplane is probably out of my price range.
If I had gone here, I could have saved myself a lot of time and money, and ended up about in the same place.
Bekah Merkle on her courtship experience. Valerie and I also told everyone we were dating. Nobody in our corner of the country knew what courtship was, except maybe that it sounded kind of Mennonite, and nobody in our corner of the country knew what a Mennonite was.
Cap Stewart on sex in movies: “Yes, some prudes are Christians, but not all Christians are prudes. As a Christian movie patron, I hope to act with prudence, not prudishness.”
I’ve never been very good at this. But I keep trying.
Don . on platitudes
I hadn’t really thought about it before, but platitudes may be the biggest frustration of my daily conversation (at least the part of my conversation that has to do with ideas). Somebody drops a platitude, and the argument’s over, QED. Won the race, and I didn’t even have to rev the engine. Then you have a choice – either you drop the subject, at the risk of writing off a fellow member of the human race as a mindless zombie, or you try to pry open that pretty little platitude and get your friend to think, at the risk of proving yourself a blue meanie and an obnoxious smarmy pants.
It’s graphic, but a good reminder of what true Christian faith looks like.
Wondermark waxes theosophical.
The only problem with this solar-powered, automated lawn mower is that it’s a do-it-yourself project. Otherwise, it’s like roomba for the lawn.