This is being written the morning after the storm. Contacting friends, I got first hand reports of the storm in various regions. At my house was marble sized hail and strong thunder and lightning. On the route from Kerrville to Bandera the “Lightning was insane.” Fist sized hail stones fell at the indicated point on […]Read Post ›
The Sky Is Falling! I’m writing this post in the middle of an awesome storm. I started shooting footage when I first heard from my dad that there was a tornado warning, so I went out on the barn roof to see what I could. When I heard the thunder and saw the ominous storm […]Read Post ›
Most normal people follow tradition when they bask in the wonder of Christmas Vacation. They go caroling, decorate the trees and deck the halls with bells of holly… And then there’s me. My dad and I decided that rather than building a snowman or stringing up lights, we’d do something really exciting: Kayaking!
Sometimes I have trouble falling asleep at night. I know I’m going to have to get up early the next day, and I want to go to sleep, but my overactive mind takes it way too seriously. I try to shut my eyes, and my brain just starts freaking out. You better get to sleep Right […]Read Post ›
Be certain to show your math teacher this post… He’ll just love it. I was looking at my textbook and looked at all the markings and symbols for inequalities, roots, exponents, variables, and functions when I realized something astounding! If you were to ever show a textbook like this to your average Englishman or American […]Read Post ›
My youth minister is having a baby. I’ve decided to put together a card from everyone in my youth group for her. It will be signed by everyone on the front, and on the inside it will say: Aren’t you glad you got that out of your system?
You know what? Forget this silly “popular vote” thing, we should just elect leaders like we did in the good ol’ days… We put all the candidates in a big gladiator-like arena and put them all up against complicated challenges ranging from obstacle courses to seeing who can spit the furthest, all leading up to […]Read Post ›
So my friends and I were discussing teen dilemmas, and somehow or another we drifted off topic onto our future adult lives, and then onto little children… And then, it hit me! No. Not a car. A brilliant one-liner! I couldn’t resist using it, so I did! And you know what? Everyone thought it was […]Read Post ›
I think archeologists are a little egocentic about their own species… Take the Egyptian gods for example, human scientists automatically assume the primary species of any depicted creature they see on the wall. “Oh look, that one is a man with a hawk’s head!” How can you be sure? It could just be a hawk with […]Read Post ›