Blog News

No, the title doesn’t mean anything.  Just a Seinfeld quote. 🙂

So 2011 has wasted no time buring its brand on my mind. With the loss of Gary Miller, founder and member of Vocal Union, it’s been a slow go in terms of shows and updates.  Thank you so much for your continued prayers and support.  Even though the shock of Gary’s loss has smoothed out a little for the general public, please don’t forget that his absence is still very real to his family.  Please visit to see how you can help.

Most of my updates have been in a somewhat real time format since we picked up a Facebook page.  That’s left this blog on the proverbial back-burner for quite a while (I’ve read more than a few blogs, and I’m amazed at how many blog posts are simply apologies for not posting in a while).  I’ll try to keep up from this point forward, but events that have happened up to this point are kind of blurry to me right now.  I’ll not rehash that.  I’m trying to be a realist.

So far the biggest change here is the updated iWillBe page and the addition of the iWas page.  As always, I’d love to see you wherever you can make it!


Just listed more upcoming appearances in the iWillbe section of this ‘blog.  Listed are new dates in KY & Ohio, and new dates in IN & OH.  If you’re near Harned, KY, this weekend, I’d love to see ya!

Take note that the second Acafest appearance has been canceled.  One is enough, and I need the time at home and work before heading to west Texas that weekend.

Also, I don’t have the exact details yet, but I do know we’ve firmed up a date in Chicago on the same weekend as the Marshall, IL, date.

Keep watching and for more details as they arise.  Thanks for following me! is now the official web address for this blog. The other address will redirect here, so no worries there. Please update your link/favorites/whatever. Thanks for following me! Sent on the Sprint® Now Network from my BlackBerry®

I don’t know when it will be finalized, but some time really soon the new web address for this blog will be

The old address ( will still redirect you here.

I was wrong about Perkins’ technicals; only one was rescinded.

Not so much a correction as an update, the Celtics pulled out the game six victory with a vengeance! Thursday night marks the beginning of the epic battle of the NBA ages as Boston meets long-time rivals LA (Lakers, that is) in game one of the finals. The Celtics have met LA in the finals eleven times with Boston winning nine of those. Boston is not only the winning-est team in the NBA (seventeen championships), but also holds the record for most consecutive championships, eight in a row from 1959 to 1966. For those of you who may not be NBA fans, this is akin to the Michigan/Ohio State or Alabama/Tennessee rivalries, but with well more money at stake. It’s no secret that I pull for Boston, and have since my dad introduced me to the great Larry Bird (on television, of course). Is number eighteen on the way?

Also, I predicted a 2-1 split on the Pittsburgh/Atlanta series. Thankfully, I was wrong. Atlanta swept them, and went on to dismantle the Phillies in game one of this series. The sweep of the Pirates put Atlanta in prime position to take the lead of the NL East by beating the Phillies, which they did. The next two games are critical in maintaining the lead in such a tight division race. I smell a Wild Card!!! Tonight’s game will broadcast on ESPN.

I changed things up a bit.  It was about time.  I didn’t like that the old theme threw all my links and various other widgets at the bottom of the page.  I showed that theme who was boss!

I’ve added a place for you to subscribe via e-mail, categorized links, post categories, blog search capabilities, and a few other things I can’t think of at the moment.  I’m still overhauling and cleaning up, so keep a keen eye to the horizon and a sensitive ear the ground.  No, don’t do either of those things.  They’re uncomfortable.  Instead, just subscribe. 

Let me know what you think!