Month: November 2006

  • Death in the family

    For those of you who know my family, you know there were four members: myself, Natalie, Lenny and the recently deceased, Sheila.  Sheila was my Windows Mobile Pocket PC Navman PiN 100 GPS device.  She got us from place to place without fail and frequently was a source of entertainment to my wife and myself.  […]

  • Super Heroes

    I’ve noticed that super heroes tend to be single most of the time.  It’s not often you see them hangin out with members of the opposite sex.  I figure this has got to be due to one of two things: 1.)  They’re afraid their enemies will kill all their friends and loved ones 2.)  Table […]

  • Two peas

    The other day, nephew Matthew and wife Natalie were eating lunch together when Matthew piped up with, “do I look like Uncle Paul?” They say imitation is the highest form of flattery.  The little guy’s got glasses, wears a black ribbed turtle-neck sweater with jeans on the weekends (the Yuen-iform) with the rest of us […]

  • Getting connected

    Lately, my spirit has felt out of sync… like I’m not hitting on all cylinders.  Upon more reflection, I’ve come to the realization that my problem lies in that time spent in prayer is woefully inadequate. Paul tells us in 1 Thessalonians to “be joyful always; pray continually; give thanks in all circumstances, for this […]