Moved: New Home

•February 25, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Since the inception of this blog, it’s been hosted at It was a logical choice for several reasons, predominantly because at the time I didn’t have a reliable web host and also because I wasn’t sure I would be able to commit to making regular updates.

As it turns out I’ve made a number of posts over the last four years and things I wanted to be able to do were being restricted by using a hosting service.

And so we have moved to a new home: Much like the old one, but hosted by me. If it’s broken, blame me.

All of the content that is here is also there, plus the new updates (except this version of this post). At some point I will probably get around to deleting this blog, but that will be a while away yet.

Where I’ve Been

•February 15, 2012 • Leave a Comment

visited 18 states (36%)
Create your own visited map of The United States or another interesting project

I thought this was kind of cool, I stumbled on it on a blog and thought I’d make my own. California hardly counts because it was only LAX, but it’s been three times so I put it in. Some of the others are just passing-through, but why not?

Galatians 5:19-25 GNT

•January 29, 2012 • Leave a Comment

What human nature does is quite plain. It shows itself in immoral, filthy, and indecent actions;  in worship of idols and witchcraft. People become enemies and they fight; they become jealous, angry, and ambitious. They separate into parties and groups;  they are envious, get drunk, have orgies, and do other things like these. I warn you now as I have before: those who do these things will not possess the Kingdom of God.
But the Spirit produces love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness,  humility, and self-control. There is no law against such things as these.  And those who belong to Christ Jesus have put to death their human nature with all its passions and desires.  The Spirit has given us life; he must also control our lives.

Worst Troll Ever

•January 12, 2012 • Leave a Comment

Just had a troll join IRC, and it was a pretty lame attempt. Enjoy.

* tasha ( has joined #FaithFellowshipNFun
<tasha> hello the fellowship
<Aspros_Tigris> howdy tasha
<tasha> i want my own biblebot
<tasha> the spirit of the lord flows all through my body like psychokinetic impulses
* WoIfStar yawns
<tasha> right
<tasha> jenjen are you the same jenjen i just saw over on sexnet?
<tasha> same ip and everything
<zEkE|work> heh.
<zEkE|work> are you here to troll, or are you going to play nice?
<tasha> no not here to troll
<tasha> well yeah i am, but it’s not very fun here i guess, nobody plays along
* tasha ( has left #FaithFellowshipNFun

Photo Friday: Lonely

•December 16, 2011 • 2 Comments


This was one of the last things I photographed in New Zealand, taken just a couple of weeks before I moved. I don’t know if it’s supposed to be a duck or a chicken, but it was sitting out in the rain close to the Wellington Airport.

I had decided to take a couple of days and just drive around, driving in no particular planned direction, just to see where I ended up and discover new things, as well as remembering old things.

The Drive Around the Bays is one I have done many times with my friends Sue and Amber, usually after church on a Sunday evening. We’d drive into Wellington and then do the loop around the bays (if you find a map of Wellington, it was basically a road that went all the way around the knob bit to the east of the airport). We’d stop somewhere and eat dinner – usually McDonalds or KFC, and then drive home. It was also a great time to talk about all kinds of things.

It’s certainly a downside here, not having the people to go with (it’d be fun to just drive somewhere with Kelly, but that was part of the fun of Sunday nights, being with friends I didn’t live with), and not really having the same kind of places to go.


Photo Friday: Wildlife [in Public Places]

•December 9, 2011 • 1 Comment

These are a pair of photos taken in none-other than the capital of the nation – Washington D.C.

Both taken in/around the national mall, in fact.

It was on one of my early trips to DC that we visited the mall, and I was intrigued by the wildlife present in the city.

Coming from Wellington I was used to birds, but not so much other ground creatures. Maybe I just didn’t notice (and no, pigeons on the ground don’t count).


Photo Friday: Something Gold

•December 2, 2011 • Leave a Comment

What else could it be? This is Crash, my golden retriever. He weighs 115lb (not overweight, either, he’s just that big!), he will beat you to death with his excited tail, and is generally a furball of happy.

You may have noticed the last four posts resemble an old adage.. It wasn’t intentional, at least, it wasn’t when I posted the first one. Something new, something old, something moo, something gold. Cheesy, yes. I just hope that someone enjoyed it!