Doubletake

Screenshot 2019-07-01 at 8.02.19 AMHappy Monday got a headnod from the Wednesday Connect post on Thinking Out Loud for being the best one he’s seen in a while. The music theme was apparent but unintentional; we noticed but didn’t say anything. BTW, I link Wednesday Connect each week on The Master’s Table Facebook page and my personal Twitter feed so if you’re not following Paul Wilkinson you might want to at least check it out.

A couple of items in the news this week; the new round of tariffs potentially affecting Bible prices was covered by several sources, graves being opened at the Vatican perhaps not so much. Continue reading

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Saturday Doubletake

On the weekend we like to review the past week, make sure we didn’t miss anything, tie up some loose ends. We haven’t settled on a title but my wife has suggested deja vu, which literally translates to “already seen.” That makes sense but it’s just so French. The floor is still open for nominations.

  • Happy Monday was filled with coffee memes, verses of scripture, inspiring quotes and funny cartoons, per the usual. In honor of law enforcement everywhere who put in long hours and did not take any vacation days this week we are pleased to share this story again:

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Still Need a Title

Hindsight is 20/20, Doubletake, Week in Review, It Happened This Week… Help me out here blog readers. Pick one of these or suggest a better title. I’m serious, please throw me a line here. Saturday/ review? rewind? flashback? flashdance? At any rate it has been a full week in the real life of Clark Bunch. Here are the highlights.

Martha Knighton w DudleyDudley Morris is an old college friend that I work with a couple of days each week. If you listen to the Unity sermons you’ve probably heard me mention his name. He is a vision rehab therapist. Pictured with Dudley is Martha Knighton. She is an actress that you may have seen on screen or in print ads over the past 30 or 40 years. She appeared in The Internship and shared a scene with David Spade in the Netflix film The Do-Over. She will appear in a new project this fall that I don’t know if I can talk about yet; but after it airs I will link back to this post and say “That’s what I was (not) talking about!” We had the chance to visit her in her home near Atlanta on Monday and take her to her favorite restaurant… Burger King. Continue reading

Hindsight Being What It Is

Last month I tried to start something new, a weekend wrap-up of the week’s events. It was a combination of things I had blogged and events from real life that never made it into blog posts. I could not land on a title I liked and went with Doubletake because I needed something. I predicted that post would either become a regular feature or be the one and only. I would still like to pursue that concept but the title still needs work. And since we haven’t posted anything but Happy Monday there are no blog posts to recap.

IRL I have been catching up on what should be routine auto maintenance. I have recently replaced brake pads and rotors on our Chevy HHR. I have also replaced one brake caliper, spark plugs, engine air filter, changed the oil, oil filter, replaced the serpentine belt and bought four new tires. I can’t say for sure how many miles the belt had on it but I am certain it was at least 164,000 miles over the past four years. I have the top and bottom radiator hoses and new Dexcool but haven’t got to that job yet. Maybe this weekend.

That’s my handwriting, I guess I’ll take my word for it.

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Doubletake 5-4-19

Screenshot 2019-05-03 at 8.12.43 PMFirst, let me marvel over the fact I have posted each day this week. I don’t know when The Master’s Table last published five days in a row.

So what is this? This is a look back at the past week. Some things I wrote about, others were in the news or perhaps happened on other blogs. Basically it’s a new project that I will likely start and then not follow through on. But The Master’s Table started out as a new project in 2008, Happy Monday was another in 2012. I may have more beginnings than finished projects but every task I have ever seen through to completion had a beginning. There is really no other way to start. Continue reading