Monthly Archives: January 2005

Daddy Moment

My youngest son, Ethan, is sick. I got him into his nighttime diaper and pajamas and cradled him while we sang hymns[1] tonight. He cooed along the way he usually does, but slowly his eyes started closing. He is not … Continue reading

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Big family, big sense of humor

Anecdote from a friend of Jamie’s: My dh has an office mate who is a young lady of 20, and just got married this past year. She is quite impressed with the size of our family. Today she asked him, … Continue reading

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Snow Angels

We finally got a taste of winter around here — 3 or 4 inches of snow that looks like it might actually stick around for more than a day or two. We’ll see how that pans out. Anyway, my daughter … Continue reading

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Long Day Standing Up

I didn’t have a chance to post this yesterday, but the Career Fair was another rousing success. In 5 hours we talked to over 80 people. It was a fun day, although I didn’t get to see many familiar faces. … Continue reading

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Oooh, the nerve of those men who wanted to protect women’s virtues!

Okay, so here’s one last post tonight and then I’m done. I just happened to come across this quote in a NYTimes.com article that I should not have been reading (because I should be in bed): “The law was enacted … Continue reading

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Winter Career Fair 2005

In case you didn’t make it all the way through that last post, I’ll be at the ADM booth at the Rose-Hulman Career Fair tomorrow. Hope to see some familiar faces there!

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The Language of Choice (part 2)

Okay, now that I’ve listened to both of the commentaries (for good measure, I listened to the pro-abort commentary a second time), I am free to rant. First, I appreciate that NPR presented a balanced look at the issue. Second, … Continue reading

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Coach Carter

Due to the blessing of a wonderful lady from our church Jamie and I had a date night tonight. We went out to dinner and then to see the movie “Coach Carter.” I recommend it to you, if you like … Continue reading

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Follow-up to last post

Yup, according to this site there are over 3700 infants killed each day in the U.S. alone because their mothers (or fathers, or grandparents) don’t want them.

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The Language of Choice (part 1)

I heard a commentary this morning on ME about the future of abortion laws in the U.S. Unfortunately, I missed the commentary yesterday, so until I have a chance to hear that one I’ll refrain from launching into a polemic … Continue reading

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