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I pray that you and all of God's people will understand what is called wide or long or high or deep. I want you to know all about Christ's love, although it is too wonderful to be measured. Then your lives will be filled with all that God is. - Ephesians 3:18-19 (Contemporary English Version)

Spring has Sprung! ? ?

After a couple of weeks of 70s and 80 degree days, I was about to unzip the liner out of my leather jacket and retire my full-face helmet to the T-bag (until rainy days). But then spring hid its head. I awoke this morning to head to my men's group and it was a brisk 26degrees F, so I broke out the electric gloves one more time. Really, I thought the old timers wisdom was never plant before Good Friday. If I had of put out tomato plants Friday like I had originally planned, they'd a been toast. So, off into the breezy clod day I went. On my way I travel a state highway that is two-lane for several miles before becoming four-lane. At the four-lane, I encountered a truck hauling a construction dumpster in the left lane running about 20 mph slower than the speed limit with a line of cars stuck behind him. The cars in front of me manuevered around him by passing him in the right lane and then moving back into the left hand lane. I followed suit. As I moved back into the left hand la

How to Integrate Macs into a Windows Network


Spaghetti Nightmare

It's hard in the I.T. world to see the fruits of your labor, but every once in a while you have a little something that demonstrates you are making progress. This is a wiring closet the way I "inherited" it: This is what it presently looks like... No, I'm not completely finished with the work in this wiring closet, but I've made significant progress.