March 2007

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Back From Spring Break & A New Theme

So, I’m finally getting around to blogging this week. Yes, it’s been a long absence, and I know I said I’d be back on Monday or Tuesday. I actually did come home on Tuesday, but I’ve been lazier than I’ve ever been this week. I have accomplished a few things … Continue reading →

I’ll be leaving town for a few days for Spring Break, so don’t expect any new blog posts until Monday or Tuesday. Until then, take a look around the site, visit some of my links, or read old posts from the archives.

The Captain Of My Soul

I’ve been lazy. I’m in one of those moods where I see I need a change in my life. Yes, these come often, my search for motivation and desire (e.g. Asking For A Motivational High, Searching For Desire). This time it’s different though. I’m in a place where I don’t … Continue reading →

Temporary Solution To My Internet Problem

For those of you who read my post How To Deal With Internet Frustration the other day, you know that I’ve had problems with my Internet going out. Well, I must take back my threats to Charter Communications. Maybe. For the last few days, my connection has went out only … Continue reading →

I keep meaning to mention that I’ve updated my links section. It was well overdue. Of course, I’ve added another 20 sites to my bookmarks since I’ve updated this list. It’s never-ending battle to keep a list of sites I visit. So, take a look and go visit some of those sites.


I just took the Belief-O-Matic Quiz to see what faith I’m aligned the most with. To my surpise, I’m a Unitarian Universalist. Whatever that means. Here are the top 5 faiths that the quiz says most closely matches my beliefs: Unitarian Universalism (100%) Reform Judaism (98%) Neo-Pagan (97%) Liberal Quakers … Continue reading →

Maximum Ride: School's Out — Forever

It’s hard not to like James Patterson’s easy-to-read, fast-paced Maximum Ride series. He keeps the chapters short, and you find yourself turning the pages at a fast rate, keeping in line with the novel’s pace. Since I’ve just come off a streak of reading nonfiction books about genetic engineering, Patterson’s … Continue reading →

How To Deal With Internet Frustration

I wanted to write a review of James Patterson’s Maximum Ride: School’s Out — Forever, but I had a slight problem. My Internet connection kept going out. Every 5 minutes or so, I’d have to remove the computer from my lap, get off the bed, walk into the next room, … Continue reading →

I’ve finally finished the site. This was something I was supposed to do about three months ago. Just click the link and join the community. Well, join me because there is no community yet.