Showing posts from May, 2017

“When I Regret Donald Not Buying that Gun”

Last Sunday after church we went to the Orlando Gun Show. If only they had them every weekend, my life would be complete. The awesome Prickett family joined our family as we perused the show for great deals on cool guns.
Before we were getting ready to leave, my good friend Donald Prickett pulled me aside and showed me this amazing deal on an AR-15 that was fully loaded. I’m talking Bi-pod foregrip, shoulder sling, illuminated close range scope, flashlight, laser. It was amazing. And the price was too good to pass up.
Honestly, I was a little jealous because I really wanted that scope, flashlight and laser for my AR-15. So I asked the guy, “How much for just the scope, flashlight and laser?” He said that if Donald bought that gun he would give me the scope, flashlight and laser for $200! WOOOOOHOOOOOO!
But then Donald did the unthinkable, he passed on a price that was too good to pass up. I did my best to tempt him. “That’s a once in a lifetime deal!” “You don’t have an AR-15 yet!” “Jus…

"Speaking of Evil"


"Katy Perry to the Rescue"

After the tragedy in Manchester this past week where a terrorist attack killed 22 and left 59 injured, we can always count on our pop stars to swoop in and save the day with “sage-like” advice. Take Katy Perry for example. In recent interview she was quoted saying that the answer to avoiding terrorist attacks is for everyone to just co-exist and “get along.” This is what she actually said (I’m not editing this quote to make it easier because it’s funnier. And if you have trouble reading this quote, just think Alicia Silverstone in the 1995 film Clueless):
“You know I can’t really tell anyone else how they should feel but I just feel devastated. The thing of it is, you know, besides all the weird stuff that goes around on the internet, which is, you know, sometimes a great place, but an absolute you know underbelly mob pit of horribleness. I think that the greatest thing that we can do now is just unite as people, as fan bases, all of it, you know? Cuz I think like, there, like, as much…

"Delayed Adulthood"

As a parent, our role is to prepare our children to grow up and become productive members of society. As a Christian parent, our role is to prepare our children to grow up and become productive members of the church and society. The last thing we as parents want is for our kids to grow up to be jerks. The other thing we as parents want is for our kids to one day become adults and leave. That’s right, we want them to leave, start a life of their own. We want them baby birds to soar.
In our current world however, “delayed adulthood” is a thing. Young adults who never leave home or even attempt to start a life of their own. I like to call it the “Peter Pan Syndrome.” Adults who just want to be kids for the rest of their lives. Well I read an article today about tips for young people on how to grow up. Its worth a read.
6 Ways to Avoid Delayed Adulthood