Archive: September 2011

September 30 2011

Yes, I am in transition yet again. I should really call my blog, “The Transient Blogger” as it seems I am never in one place all that long.  After hanging out with the good folks at since April, I am[…]

September 26 2011

Before I launch into my semi-rant about soccer parents, I fully admit that I have crossed the line on each and every one of my suggestions below. I am just as competitive and excitable as the next parent, so this[…]

September 21 2011

[Photo: drurydrama] Tickers, blue corners and close friends oh my. Yes, Facebook has done it again. Not since the great “Rounded Corners Kerfuffle of 2008” has there been such an uproar over changes to the design and architecture of our[…]

September 14 2011

For those of you familiar with the California’s FAIR Education Act (SB48), it is the latest target for many Christian groups who believe that homosexuality is a sin. Motivations are far more complex than that but for me to try and capture[…]

September 12 2011

For my first foray into the Patheos Book Club I chose to take a peek at R. Kirby Godsey’s book Is God a Christian?. With words and emotions of the the 9/11 10 year remembrance in the air, I thought this would be a great[…]

September 7 2011

 [photo: alphadesigner] I must admit I rarely comment in this manner about things that I did not see or hear firsthand, but like so many who might not have watched the GOP debate last night, my interest was piqued when[…]

September 6 2011

Yesterday being Labor Day and all, what a better way to remember and celebrate labor in the United States than a good old fashioned union action? Yeah, I know that many struggle with unions these days, but I am one[…]

September 5 2011

I have talked about the service before, but just in case . . . acts as a kind of online business card where you can hold and share a snapshop of who you are: bio, images, links, etc.  I have[…]

September 2 2011

One of my many ongoing projects, the Be the Change series highlights fascinating who people I meet during my travels. These are folks who are doing the hard work of changing the world for the better by living our their passions[…]