The quiet Christian life

I expected life to always be exciting. When I graduated college in May 2012, I thought my life would start looking like those crazy missionaries who see miracles or Joseph saving Egypt from… Continue reading

Three summer movie reviews: Ironman 3, Star Trek Into Darkness, & The Great Gatsby

It’s the beginning of summer, which means all the good, heavily advertised movies are coming out. I present to you three reviews of three blockbusters I’ve seen in the past month. All of… Continue reading

The love of Severus Snape

I  didn’t read the Harry Potter series until I was 17, and I was surprised at how deep the story is, especially in the later books. I’ve read a lot of literature and… Continue reading

The NBA, ESPN and freedom of speech

Monday, an NBA player came out and said he was gay. Everybody supported him. Then an ESPN commentator said – respectfully and reasonably – that he thought it was a sin to be… Continue reading

Music review: “To Be Loved” by Michael Bublé

Good ole Michael has a new album. I’m a longtime fan, so I was excited to listen to the new one. Overall, I wasn’t disappointed, although I am sad that he seems to… Continue reading

Make yourself a dang peach, chicken and Brie quesadilla!

I found this recipe originally on Pinterest, but it was pretty bland. So I decided to put my own spin on it.

Here are my humble servants for the evening. They gave their lives that I might have dinner. (I’M HUNGRY OK. MY BRAIN CAN’T FUNCTION PROPERLY RIGHT NOW.)

All measurements are kind of according to whatever you feel like. Because that’s how I roll.

More posts

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Rainy day playlist

It’s a rainy day where I am. This is my current view of the outdoors: On a rainy day, I like to listen to appropriate music. So I thought I would share my… Continue reading

Argo Movie Review

Argo won Best Picture at the Oscars Sunday night, and since I’ve heard so many good things about it, I finally watched it. It’s a (mostly) true caper story that revolves around the… Continue reading

NYC

Do you ever feel like you have to get the heck out of your hometown/state/country soon or you’re going to lose your mind? Well, I do. Typically this can be cured with a… Continue reading