Back in my Bluefield College days, specifically during my sophomore year, my roommates and I played host to a weekly movie night. Typically, these would happen sometime on Wednesday evenings, after the Baptist Student Union's weekly Bible study/worship time that we called GAP (Growth And Praise). Looking back, I'm not sure how these movie nights … Continue reading Movie Nights
All right... if I'm being 100% honest, it didn't start with a skunk. The skunk comes in closer to the middle. Maybe the end. I'm not sure how detailed I'm gonna get with this. Anyway, sorry about the click bait. This story actually begins with the beginning of fall. No, not that weird day in … Continue reading It Started with a Skunk
Kids… You know how Facebook has made it so you can buy and sell things to and from other people who are also on Facebook? Well, late last week, I came across an ad from a local seller that I found both terrifying and a little entertaining. This was the picture that greeted my eyes … Continue reading Send in the Clowns
I've been blogging off and on (mostly on) since 2005. No, it hasn't all been here on The Confusing Middle or hosted by the good people at the WordPress. My first decade in the world of blogging involved a blog titled Carp Dime and was hosted over at Blogger. I'm pretty sure Carp Dime is … Continue reading When Bloggers Meet
I know... I was supposed to do a pseudo-tour of my new apartment for the blog a few weeks ago. A couple weeks ago? I can't remember when. All I know for sure is that I've been putting it off. For a while, I was postponing the whole thing because I didn't quite have everything … Continue reading Welcome to My Home
Well... it happened. And we're not even a month into the new school year. I've got a cold. I mean, it's certainly not the end of the world. I've had worse. But to think we've gotten three full weeks of school under our belts. And even saying that is a stretch, because the first week … Continue reading Really? Already?
Recently, I moved back to my hometown of Roanoke, having spent the past seven years or so in the New River Valley. Overall, I really like Roanoke. It's not a bad little city, once you figure out where you're going and how to avoid certain traffic spots in certain times of the day. My only … Continue reading A Let Down at the Cinema