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Kids say (and sing) the darndest things

August 25, 2010


I wish that all of you could be flies on the wall during Colorado Children’s Chorale auditions. Not only would you get to hear some angelic young voices and meet some incredible 7, 8 and 9 year-olds, but you’d also occasionally get the bonus of some high comedy- intentional and unintentional. If you took the […]

Let me root, root, root for…SOMEONE!!

August 18, 2010


This past Sunday I went to a Rockies game. The game itself was great, but I’ve gotta say…the Rockies had some pathetic fans in their sold-out house. While I spent 8 innings trying to encourage excitement and enthusiasm out of all those around me on a potentially historic occasion (Rockies ace Ubaldo Jimenez was going […]

Shall we gather at The River

August 11, 2010


Forget about The Masters (on CBS). The true “tradition unlike any other” is rafting down the San Juan River in southern Utah with some of the great people from the Los Alamos Church of Christ in Los Alamos, New Mexico. There are so many things that I enjoy about this tradition that I unknowingly (and […]

Inception IS possible

August 4, 2010


Imagine you’re an American dude (if you’re not already one). A friend comes up to you and says, “Man…I just read the most amazing book. You’ve gotta read this, man. It’s fantastic.” “Sounds great, man,” you say. “I’ll check it out. What’s the book?” “It’s called Twilight. Great read, bro. Great read.” You trust your […]