Tuesday, August 26, 2008

God's Roadmap

‘Switchbacks, S-curves, and Dead-End roads. Treacherous areas with steep drop-offs and falling rock. High speed interstates with breakneck drivers and questionable signage. Thoughtful drivers would never think of leaving home without a first rate road map to help them avoid the dangers and arrive safely at their destinations.’
Those words are printed on the back of a great book entitled, Gods Road Map For Grads. This is a wonderful book written by David Bordon and Tom Winters. It was given to me by my mother when I arrived home to begin a new chapter in my life. I have read it several times since she gave it to me and I am finding it extremely insightful. Filled with stories from the Bible, personal testimonies from graduates around the world, and packed full of helpful quotes and moving messages, Gods Road Map For Grads is a book that I would recommend for anyone to read, even if you are not a grad yourself.
I must say that I am sorry that I have not updated in awhile, but we have had Tropical Storm Fay hanging around here and we have not had any power, therefore could not turn on the computer to be able to. I will try to post more frequently from now on, but until next time, may The Lord be with you always. God bless and good bye.

Friday, August 8, 2008


This show is so cool!

Wednesday, August 6, 2008

Movies, Books, & Other Things

Sorry I've taken so long to get back with you but my computer has been acting up. Now, I just went and saw The Dark Knight yesterday and I must say that I was impressed. It was great. The Joker creeped me out. Wonderful! I must say that I was a bit disappointed that they replaced the actress to play Rachel, but above all, it was a great movie.

I also must report that after three years of waiting, Brisingr, the last book in The Inheritance Cycle by Christopher Paolini will be available September 20! Brisingr means fire in the ancient language.

The air conditioning in my car still does not work and I'm still hunting for a job, all while working to finish up the last book in my Jack Taylor Series. It's getting there. Oh, I wanted to ask earlier, but my computer was messing up but Mr. Glapp, how did your move go?