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Regimen vs. Regiment

Readers: I’m a day late, but not a dollar short. My apologies.

Today’s entry is often more of a spelling issue than a grammar issue. But a mistake in this regard can be pretty amusing. 121 more words


(WARNING: THIS IS A RANT!) I hate the place I currently reside in.

A year ago, the place looked like a great deal. Several months earlier, I had left the Springfield church I grew up in (a grand story for another blog) for a Spirit-filled church body called Eugene Vineyard Church. 941 more words

Ridding the Cabinets

As I make a dish to share with friends for Easter, I also began ridding my cabinets of foods I should not be eating until after the hike: Cheerios, Honey Nut Cheerios, Raisin Bran, Corn Flakes, Frosted Mini Wheats for starters.  90 more words



“So on his chest, the medal was pinned

as many a camera clicked,

The Brigadier Sahib called him that day

and told him what he had to say… 253 more words



The 45th regiment had only 128 soldiers, each of them brave and armed to the teeth. After the war, only 29 survived. Once boisterous and full of life, these soldiers were tired and panting, walking briskly through enemy territory, alert and careful. 410 more words


Thinking Seriously about Health

Now that things have brought me back home with my parent’s I can say I am glad. My mother scared the living shit out of me a few days ago when she black out and fell to the floor. 739 more words