I’ve been really busy today. I’m just now sitting down at one minute past midnight. I haven’t had any chance to catch up on the news. I did read that the House of Representatives voted narrowly to add a withdrawal timeline on Iraq. I wonder if it will accomplish much. At least there is some oversight occurring that didn’t occur in the first five years of the Bush Administration. Plainfoolish has a story about a fellow giving his Purple Heart medal to the President. That’s more than a little strange. I wonder why. I continue to pray everyday for a peaceful solution in Iraq and Iran. I spent part of my evening sitting in an Episcopal Church reading one of their prayer books. Later I listened to John Michael Talbot’s “Chant from the Hermitage” on my Ipod. I won an Ipod Monday at a vendor event I attended. I’ve purchased Ipod’s as gifts for others but never used one myself until the last two days. I’m sold. It’s a great little device and it’s really added something to my contemplation at work. Listening to John Michael Talbot as I spend my time working on file servers and other computers is definitely relaxing. I’ve also been listening to “Stepping Stones” by Bill Douglas. That is beautiful music.

About Don Watkins

I'm a FOSS advocate, writer, educator, Python coder, Linux user, US Navy Veteran, Secular Franciscan, husband,father and grandfather. I blog about my life and experiences that give it meaning.
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