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Finishing Well

Finishing Well

First off, I’ve never believed in “New Years resolutions” I think they’re silly, a half hearted attempt to convince yourself that this new year isn’t going to result in the same outcome as last year. Generally this outcome being one of disappointment with yourself over something, either the flab is still hanging around, or that project list has more unfinished items than completed items.  So what is it about that 1/1/+1 date that makes people believe they can suddenly be a different person? Because honestly, if it meant that much to you, you’d already be doing it. Or so I Read more »

Sometimes

Sometimes

This is something that came to me in the shower, so i wrote it down. ————————————- Sometimes it’s hard to know Sometimes it’s hard to feel it Sometimes you wonder if anybody hears you when you’re calling out alone Sometimes it’s hard to understand Sometimes you don’t know where you’re going Sometimes you wish you had more knowing Sometimes you wish you weren’t alone And you feel so far from home You don’t know where to go You don’t think anyone knows what you’re feeling No smiles, in your eyes Have to put on a good face when you show Read more »

8/4/10

8/4/10

At times it’s hard to keep your heart at bay. Trusting in God’s plan for your everyday. When all you want to do is give it all away. To “the one” you haven’t met today or yesterday. Marriage is dream you want to come true. But the years keep passing by and your wondering when. This thing called single will come to a end. So you turn to the Father and you pour it out. Your fears, desires and your doubts. You stop to listen and you hear Him say, Fear not my child for the day is near The Read more »

Soundman: the incredible invisible job.

Soundman: the incredible invisible job.

This post goes out to all those who smiled knowingly when reading the title of this post. There are very few jobs like it, where doing your job well means you go unnoticed, and yet you can make or break a service with a few quick actions. I’ve been involved in church sound for as long as I can remember, even as a kid in children’s church I often hung out in the little sound booth. But I think it was about 8 years ago when I got my real start, my family moved to Wheaton and we started helping Read more »

7/5/10 thought

7/5/10 thought

Something I’m thinking about: Don’t get so caught up in where you’re going that you lose sight of where you’re standing. Ever have one of those days where you’re so caught up in what you’re doing and where you are going, that you barely remember anything that happened that day, or the people you came into contact with? I have those days, and weeks, and months. And it’s not always about specially where I’m but sometimes its other things, a piece of equipment I’m really wanting, a future event I’m wishing would hurry up and arrive. I think we all Read more »

What’s next?

What’s next?

Life is a interesting thing. Sometimes you think you have a grasp on the events and situations you live in around and through. And other times, you’re stuck, clueless about where to go and what to do next. Right now it’s one of those other times, I’m stuck, sitting here eating a bowl of something from my parents kitchen, in my room in the upstairs of my parents house. in which I live, work and sleep, rent free. Which besides being very generous of them, is a good thing, because my bank account currently balances to a negative number, and Read more »

New Hosting

New Hosting

The last few days have been a bit challenging in the web area. namelessDESIGN has been working on setting up a VPS(Virtual Private Server), and there’s a bit of a learning curve when having complete control over your own server. But on the plus side, sites run much faster and more reliably on this new server, and we have lots of room for expansion. So we won’t be running out of space or power anytime soon. Things are looking great for us and our clients. Speaking of looks, i just did a couple visual tweaks to this site, I’m liking Read more »

Training for the Cracks

Training for the Cracks

Recently i got a great deal on a acoustic guitar. This is a guitar i had been looking at for a few months and had been saving up money in preparation to get it. So when i found someone selling one that was only five months old at a very fair price. i jumped at it. So when it arrived a couple days later via UPS, and had this crack in the side: You might imagine I was a little disappointed. But in reality I wasn’t, after a quick look over and squeezing the cracks together I realized with a Read more »