Last week’s post got a like from The Purging Lutheran. The image above is from his old Tumblr feed. He now blogs regularly on WordPress. He has a little bit different way of looking at an already interesting world that we here at The Master’s Table can appreciate.
This is Happy Monday # 288. Continue reading
A couple of years ago I turned 40 and wrote a post, on the other blog, about things I had done over the past four decades and a few still on my “bucket list.” I even asked for suggestions; maybe I’m not aware of all that I have not experienced yet. Today is a different sort of birthday. It was on June 19th, 1988, that I became a born again Christian believer. Continue reading
The dad joke. We all grew up with them but only in recent years has that became an actually term. We can probably credit Twitter and Facebook hash tags for adding to our vocabulary nomenclature we never realized we needed. Father’s Day is coming up and I’m here to speak out in defense of the dad joke. Continue reading
Today’s Happy Monday is brought to you by Stan Laurel and Yiannis Chryssomallis… that’s right, Laurel and Yanni. Here’s another fine mess they’ve gotten us into. Continue reading
There are a few days left of Olympic events. The United States is currently in 6th place in the metal count with a total of 10. We’re really more of a summer country, Olympic games and otherwise. Continue reading
We’re sharing because it’s funny. But seriously, don’t do that. Continue reading
Let me begin by saying I am alive and well. I have not been abducted by aliens nor am I laid up in a hospital somewhere with a head injury and total amnesia. I have not quit blogging so much as I simply haven’t been lately.
Back in the summer my Chromebook sighed and breathed it’s last. I am a creature of habit and soon got out of the habit of posting, even the weekly Happy Monday feature. I check Facebook daily on my phone and pop up on Twitter every now and then. My wife has a full size Windows laptop that I use occasionally when I need a real computer. After a few weeks I got comfortable with my new routine of not getting online via laptop everyday. When that happened replacing my broken laptop quit being a priority. It’s way down on the to-do list right now.
So to sum up: I’m good, the family is healthy, I still pastor a small SBC congregation in rural northwest Georgia. Just haven’t written much lately. There was a time I couldn’t imagine such a thing, but there it is.
Peace and God bless,
Clark J. Bunch