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Tuesday, March 15, 2005

March 15th 0330

The RRR's eldest daughter, Heather the English professor insists that Dad start blogging again. So here goes. Orion was low in the western sky tonight as I left for the 50 mile commute to job #1. The little Metro belied its 200,000 miles and ran smoothly with the crankcase almost full of Bardahl's No-Smoke. The tranny still refuses to shift down into 2nd from 3rd without you bump 1st first. Mrs. RRR helped me drain and refill it tonight, but to no avail. And there was a metal filing on the drain plug. Kiss of death. A used Nipponese import transmission in on the docket for the Green Hornet.

Those of you with Oswald Chamber's My Utmost for His Highest need to read the March 14th reading. As Heather's twin brother the seminary student says... "A good mystic is hard to find".

The RRR's back and left heel pain are worsened by the Management of Aggressive Behavior class he taught at the county hospital Friday. So this a.m., it's stop at the chiropractor on the way back to the riverview homestead.

Be kind.

If you're reading this thank a teacher. (especially if you're home schooled)

If you're reading it in English, thank a veteran.

RRR

3 Comments:

Blogger H. Jane said...

Excellent, Dad. If I didn't know you, I'd be intrigued by you on your blog.

6:54 AM  
Blogger Eutychus said...

Skypilot Paul sez,
Great to see this bro, I read Chambers every night with the War Dep't. Part of night time ritual along with C.S. Lewis.

5:02 PM  
Blogger Mid-kid said...

What do you mean..."especially if you're home-schooled" As I recall I learned to read in the public school and only homeschooled after I was a completely brilliant product of the gov't school system. You are a fantastic writer, by the way. If I could write like you, I'd have written a book by now.

6:23 AM  

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