$pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 4: Sunday, Longest Sunday

Rated PG-13 because I wanted to joke about drugs and other things. It’s fine though. Just read it. Let me make my slightly borderline jokes. Remove the log before the speck or whatever. Also, you may think the above picture is out of focus, but it is perfectly focused on the light fixture, so get over … Continue reading $pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 4: Sunday, Longest Sunday

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$pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 3: Player Six Enters the Game

This section of the tale is rated PG for my humor, which can come across as abrasive, but is actually very loving and modeled after the Agape love of Christ. 3/19/16: A Saturday Written to serve as a diet substitute for the "Opiate of the Masses" As the alarm blared its hellish song, I rose from … Continue reading $pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 3: Player Six Enters the Game

$pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 2: The Long and Winding Road

I am calling this one PG, because I'm sure that someone will be offended by something in here, and I really don't want to go over the entire thing with a fine comb, looking for the slightest problems so I can rate it accurately. There isn't anything too bad though, or I would have remembered … Continue reading $pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 2: The Long and Winding Road

$pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 1: The Plan

This story is so appropriate that a Menonite family would find it rather tame. Yes it's PG, but that's only due to the borderline nature of my humor.  3/14/16: a Monday Written in the present for some strange reason. Melissa Lieffers, Shea McCollough, Jon Hall, and my wonderful self, Clark Hubbard are all sitting around … Continue reading $pring Break 2k16: The Kiddos of Destiny take D.C. Part 1: The Plan

A Pondering of Stacy’s Maternal Figure

Content Warning: This essay is really well written, and may make some people jealous. It also contains some ideas which wouldn't be considered appropriate for kiddos. You've been warned. On September 23rd, 2003, the world was changed for the better when the band, Fountains of Wayne, released their most successful song, “Stacy’s Mom.” The song tells … Continue reading A Pondering of Stacy’s Maternal Figure