Okay, not really.

I don’t have a solid post for today. I was busy all day running errands, doing paperwork, and job searching. So I didn’t think about this blog post until it was almost too late.

But it’s not – repeat: not – the end of the world.

But the title did get me thinking of those epic stories and movies.

So here’s a little compilation of my favorite “end of the world (or our little corner)” stories that I really like:

“The Poseidon Adventure”




“Left Behind”

“The Matrix”

“Independence Day”

and my favorite…
“The Day … read the rest. . .

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My New Reading List

I come from a long line of readers and writers. I know, I know: big shocker, there.

So it’s also not a shocker that I was gifted three wonderful books for Christmas.

In my family, books are more than paper and binding. Books are entire worlds. Explanations to this one, doors to others. They hold the past, present and future; they hold wishes and dreams and everything real and imagined. Where some people say a picture is worth a thousand words, I’d rather have the words thankyouverymuch. Books are manna in my family.

The first book is my Pastor’s … read the rest. . .

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