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.

About Me

My name is Luke, although I may also go by the pseudonym Peuce L. Monk online.  I love reading and writing, tea, filmmaking, and especially music in all forms.  My fandoms range from Doctor Who to Jars of Clay, from Nerdfighteria to classical music.  Whoever you are, you should know that I love God, and I just want to say, you are awesome.  I may or may not know you, but I can say that with certainty.  (More about me can be found on my Gravatar page.)

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

My Gravatar

Yes, I took this picture and edited it.  Who is it?  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.

Comment Policy

I love comments from other people.  They can spark interesting and meaningful conversations, or just make a relevant point.  However, a few guidelines should be observed to avoid your comment being removed from the site:

  • Absolutely no rude, hateful, or discriminatory remarks.  Everything goes much better when discussions are constructive and understanding, and none of these offenses shall be tolerated.
  • This includes vulgar language.  Your tastes may not match the tastes of other readers.  Even should a comment contain constructive or interesting thoughts, it will be removed should it contain swearing.
  • 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.
  • Try to stay relevant to the conversation.

In summary, just use your common sense and you should be fine.

Copyright Policy

Unless otherwise noted, all text and images on this site are the property of the owner(s) of the site and are subject to U.S. and international copyright law.  With the exception of linking to and reblogging from The Window Philosopher, please do not copy or redistribute any content found on this site without permission from the author(s).  We would be glad to let you use our content, but you must let us know and obtain our permission first.  We would only do the same for you.  Thank you for your understanding.  😉


26 thoughts on “About

    1. Well, so glad I could bring you some laughter! You have a point; there’s nothing like a good sandwich. Still, blogs are cool, whereas sandwiches are just food. There’s my two cents anyway.
      Thanks for following! *flies away to check out your blog*


      1. *bows and grins sheepishly* 🙂 We must develop this Sandwich Theory of Blogging further at some point. Write a treatise on it or something.
        Thanks! You know, if blogs were sandwiches, they would fit in anywhere in the world. People are always Hungary. A Turkey sandwich might be just what they need. Unless it got covered in Greece. There’s Norway I would eat that.


    1. Well, Mirkin Firkin, thanks for stopping by. I think you’ve won the Most Intriguing Comment of the Month Award. I’m a little bemused by it.
      But if I had a hovercraft, I suppose I might have eels. For throwing at people on other hovercraft, of course. I know my imaginary hovercraft has a built in aquarium.
      Have a good evening!


  1. Louis,

    JZ here, from Colorstorm’s blog. CS, didn’t allow my reply to you.

    Colorstorm doesn’t allow free speech. It frightens him. No, it terrifies him.

    Although pretending to host a “public blog”, adult conversations are too much for CS to handle.

    Its sad. And here it is:


    If you want to talk like “adults” who are “comfortable in their beliefs” then pop on over to my blog. You’re welcome there, and I do not censor.


    1. Hey John.
      I have to say, it is Colorstorm’s prerogative what comments get displayed on his page. My strategy would just be to ignore people, but different strokes for different folks.
      At least you got a hold of me here. I may stop by your place at some point… I’ve got some thoughts marinating into blog posts that I’ve been working on lately, so I’m giving those my attention at the moment. May be a bit.

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