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What Doesn't Kill Us, Makes Us Weirder; How I Achieved One of My Lifelong Dreams, and How It Is Probably Going to Kill Me.

Sweet mother of Geordi La Forge, y’all. I did it.

I recently got some of the biggest news of my life. No, I didn’t get anything new published. 448 more words

Walking in the Fear of the Lord

If you attend college or graduate school, you are bound to cross paths with intelligent professors.  Unfortunately, some of these teachers are so obsessed with their field, that understanding this courses is like taking a foreign language.  478 more words

Truth

Grad School: The Final Semester

There are some days I felt like this day would never come, yet other days I look back at the past two years as the quickest of my life. 1,682 more words

June 7, 1999 - Monday - 7:00 a.m.

Saturday night the youth group had a big bon-fire cookout thing out in Suffolk.  The stars were so bright and pretty and there were railroad tracks.   144 more words

You want an education? You got one.

Recently, there was talk among friends of how drivers are susceptible to con-men at traffic lights. Each person in the group piped in with a story of how they had been approached by strangers asking for help. 2,679 more words

Stewardship

D.Sc. in Instructional Design and Technology

I am delighted that my D.Sc. in Instructional Design and Technology has been evaluated as equivalent to a United States Ed.D. degree by one foreign transcript evaluation company and a D.Sc. 540 more words

Instructional Technology

A Return

I have not written a single post since I came out of the atheist closet (very clumsily, I might add) on my other blog two years ago. 655 more words

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