About This Blog
This blog is a collection of my thoughts, musings, ideas, stories, as well as articles, pictures, quotes, and music that I think other people will find interesting, insightful, or inspiring.
The name of the blog came about when I was thus dubbed by my aunt one cold December day. (For more details, read this post.) I figured I had to use it for something.
Well hey there, my name is Luke, and I happen to love a lot of things, among them reading and writing, tea, filmmaking, theology, music in all forms, and arguing for the use of the Oxford comma. I’m fascinated by the people and the world around me and would love to get to know you whoever you may be. Most importantly, I’m blessed beyond measure by divine grace to call myself a child of God, believing as those old Nicea Christians would say, in “one, holy, catholic, an apostolic church”.
Welcome to my blog. You don’t have to like it, but I hope you do. It is what it is. It’s my point of view.
I’d love to see yours too.
About These Photos
Who is the stunning cat model here portrayed? The one, the only, utterly cute and bold kitten extraordinaire, Frodo. His brother Bilbo is a nicer cat, but Frodo is more photogenic. So there you have it.
The header and side photos
I took these during my first ride in an airplane. The view was utterly spectacular. It’s a wonder I didn’t stare out the window the whole time… I did for a good long while, though.
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- No rude, hateful, or discriminatory remarks. Everything goes much better when discussions are constructive and understanding.
- This includes vulgar language. Just try to avoid it. Pretend you’re at your grandmother’s house.
- Please, no spam. Spam is for sandwiches, and if you spam my blog, you are calling it a sandwich, which isn’t a very nice thing to do.
In summary, just use your common sense and you should be fine.
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