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Friday randomness: Spanish, stinging creatures, Blacksburg and videos

Fridays are normally my “day off.” It rarely works out that way, and this morning was no different, as I played catch up on emails and weekly org stuff that I missed while our church staff was retreating together this… Continue Reading →

Live Where You Love #Blacksburg

Here’s another video in the great promotional series for Blacksburg and the New River Valley: Check out the first video here.

On invalid signatures, rejection, reflection, and relief

I got the call Wednesday morning that I didn’t have enough valid signatures to place me on the ballot for the Blacksburg Town Council elections. For those of you who had no idea I was attempting to run, check out… Continue Reading →

Running for Blacksburg Town Council

It’s been a long, waffling process. I finally sleuthed out where to go and pick up papers to fill out for candidacy. I couldn’t find anything online about how to begin the process, nor where to go. After a few… Continue Reading →

A one year Virginia birthday

On July 15, 2009, we pulled out of our driveway at 320 W. Jefferson in Monticello, Arkansas for the last time as its owners. The last two months before our move to Virginia last year were a whirlwind of goodbyes,… Continue Reading →

The Blacksburg schools pickle

If you haven’t been following the drama, tension and amazing craziness that has resulted from the collapse of the Blacksburg High School gym earlier this year, it’s a good time to jump in. It’s about to take some strange plot… Continue Reading →

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