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Hmmmm. I did notice the bathroom thing myself and wasn’t going to mention it! But since Jules and James did… 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On November 7, 2005 @ 11:18 pm
Hmmm. Maybe you’ll have to show me the “screen grab” this weekend. I’m not sure how.
» Posted By Sarah On November 4, 2005 @ 5:08 pm
Very nice photo. By the way- how did you get the images on your page from that sample hairstyle page? I tried copying some for my next haircut, but I was unable to do it.
» Posted By Sarah On November 4, 2005 @ 12:27 pm
Hmmm, Jules I agree that I’m drawn to D, but it’s maybe not the most practical. I think all of them but A are good. My motto on male haircuts: “Longer is lovelier.”
» Posted By Sarah On November 3, 2005 @ 11:34 am
I think that any time you move, the first visit back to the old location has significance. Six months after I moved to Colorado I visited my old roommate, who still lived in our apartment. One step in the door, with everything still in its place without me there, I burst into tears. I still don’t know why.
» Posted By Sarah On November 1, 2005 @ 4:59 pm
Mmmm, looks yummy.
And I think Ebb looks very ready for winter with that fluffy coat of his.
» Posted By Sarah On October 24, 2005 @ 6:36 am
Wow, that’s a funny bookkeeping mess. I tend to create the piles-of-clean-clothes messes around here. 🙂 Do I see separate, distinct piles, though? I think that’s a good start…
» Posted By Sarah On October 23, 2005 @ 7:21 am
I’m just here to test out the new security measures. If this posts, I guess I passed!
» Posted By Sarah On October 19, 2005 @ 5:07 pm
Have you made it to a concert at Red Rocks yet? It’s amazing when it’s nighttime and you can see the city, all lit up behind the stage.
» Posted By Sarah On October 19, 2005 @ 5:56 pm
Those pictures are great, Rob. So excited to see that you had a great time, and that your beloved book was at your side.
» Posted By Sarah On October 15, 2005 @ 10:40 pm
Ah, a good day for a hike too. My family and I went for a hike today at Rabbit Mountain Open Space. Let us know how it was!
» Posted By Sarah On October 15, 2005 @ 7:56 pm
I think my 4th graders would enjoy tackling it, so I’m going to try to print some and give it to them for fun.
» Posted By Sarah On October 11, 2005 @ 7:00 am
Nice! I’ll let you know how it goes! Hey, have you ever played the game TapDown? Back when I had a PDA, I would play that constantly!
» Posted By Sarah On October 10, 2005 @ 5:42 pm
Oooh, that does sound horribly addictive. I sure could waste a lot of good time with that innocent-looking game. 🙂 Now I’m regretting canceling my newspaper subscription!
» Posted By Sarah On October 10, 2005 @ 4:59 pm
Lucky neighbors you have, Rob! What are you showing them?
» Posted By Sarah On October 7, 2005 @ 9:16 pm
Wait, Beth, you missed one. Your published article was also quoted here:
Once you quit the whole thing, you should really have Relevant take down that article of yours. Complete strangers might google it and find it, you know.
» Posted By Sarah On July 20, 2006 @ 9:57 pm
Nice point, Hojun. I agree.
» Posted By Sarah On October 6, 2005 @ 6:31 pm
I’ve always hated that message that if we haven’t found someone yet, we have made some mistake or that something is wrong with us. That’s a horrible message to send to singles.
For me, I’m choosing not to worry needlessly about something that God hasn’t given me yet. And that’s how we should all view marriage- as a gift given from God. Singleness, too, is a gift from God. Each has its unique nuances, as well as its challenges.
» Posted By Sarah On October 5, 2005 @ 6:39 am
Well said, Rob! I enjoyed reading your post. I, too, can relate to the feeling of “Look where God has brought me.”
» Posted By Sarah On October 2, 2005 @ 5:12 pm
I kinda like cooking for one… there’s no pressure to make something “perfectly”, in a way like Rob’s improvised stir-fry. Also, my last roommate and I cooked for each other and it was great times- but she ate mostly white processed foods, lots of fat, while I ate a lot of whole wheat low-fat items. It was hard to compromise on what we would both eat in the department of “healthy”. It’s refreshing now to cook what I want and enjoy it, along with all the leftovers that week for lunches!
» Posted By Sarah On September 30, 2005 @ 11:03 pm
The potatoes made me laugh. 🙂 Nice idea- why put the “normal” items in when you can put in what YOU like?
» Posted By Sarah On September 30, 2005 @ 6:23 am
Good comment, Jeff. I think you are right on. 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On September 29, 2005 @ 9:54 pm
I am sorry to hear about the altar call for parents. I can see where it came from, somewhat, but it doesn’t feel good to be left out of spiritual experiences due to a physical, here-on-earth constraint.
I think that some in the church view single-dom as a curse, or maybe even “contagious” (though they would never admit it). I have seen churches exclude the most vulnerable members of the Body by installing “couples small groups”, among other things. This is not across the board, as I have found a wonderful church in which singles of all ages are valued and welcomed into service and fellowship.
I think that married couples and families should be inviting singles over for dinner, asking them to participate in family events; initiating fellowship instead of isolating.
» Posted By Sarah On September 28, 2005 @ 7:59 pm
Skeletons, shmeletons! 🙂
I say let ’em all hang out… the more the merrier!
» Posted By Sarah On September 28, 2005 @ 6:13 am
I think a moratorium is not a good solution for anyone who wants to find a spouse… UNLESS they:
1. have a specific goal in mind (esp. for character development, such as AB)
2. have a set ending time for this dating hiatus
3. feel specifically led to backtrack and focus on other things for a while (notice I said for a while)
I think “I’m not dating right now” is really code for “I’m not dating just anyone- I want to find someone really special with whom I can spend the rest of my life with.” So why not just say that (or better yet… don’t say it at all, but simply show it through your actions)? It bothers me when young Christians say that they’re not dating when the reality is that they would if they had found “the right one.”
Among females, the tendency is to develop a superiority complex as a result of not dating. A young woman I knew bragged to others once that “I took a year off from dating” to anyone who would listen. I don’t think that’s really the point, and it bothered me to no end that she thought she was much more upstanding and moral than the rest of us infrequent-daters.
There’s my two-cents’ worth! 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On September 27, 2005 @ 9:57 pm
Good luck, Rob- I hope this yields a high platonic friend count for you… er, that is what you want, right?
Do you really feel strongly about this? I don’t know if you’ve convinced me that you really want this halt to dating.
» Posted By Sarah On September 27, 2005 @ 6:14 am
Pretty cool setup! So jealous… my biggest form of entertainment is my laptop computer and my 13-inch TV with rabbit-ears, which gets 5 channels. Since I don’t understand complex Spanish, I suppose I should say it receives 4 channels, though. Enjoy!
» Posted By Sarah On September 26, 2005 @ 10:31 pm
I need to remember the semicolon; I tend to use the dash too frequently instead.
» Posted By Sarah On September 25, 2005 @ 8:19 pm
Only your excellent clues… which really helped me narrow it down. I do happen to work with a kid with Freeman in his last name… that’s why I thought of it.
And hey… why was I the only one guessing?
» Posted By Sarah On September 24, 2005 @ 2:10 pm
Back To Stats Page
Okay, I know I’ve got it now… Freeman. Tell me I’m right!
» Posted By Sarah On September 24, 2005 @ 1:57 pm