Thursday, November 13, 2008
Wednesday, November 5, 2008
Yesterday we let our voices be heard.
Today we are called to duty, the substance of which is to Recreate this great nation, these United States of America into a land where every person may be proud and prosperous and help lead this world into peace.
Let the differences that once kept us apart -- our races, creeds, religions, and orientations-- be our greatest strength at this critical hour for we dare not foresake this great challenge called the 21st Century. Let us instead be the Generation Now, answering the call while embracing each other in faith and kindness and transforming ourselves into agents of change, so that our enemies might become friends.
For only with hands clasped can we all form a perfect union.
And tell those who would doubt in the goodness of humanity that we believe. That each and every soul has meaning, that no man, woman, or child stands alone. That with compassion as our guide, no voice is too small to be heard.
Monday, November 3, 2008
... for a picture of the REAL Camp Crystal Lake in Connecticut.
I know, I know. Halloween was last week, but I've been working so much the last month that I barely noticed. So here's your Happy-Belated-Halloween photo for 2008. Oh, and did anyone else notice that there were fewer kids out trick-or-treating this year? We usually have close to 200 kids visit us in our neighborhood. This year it was down to 120. Look, I know the economy's bad, but jeez ... don't take Halloween away from the children!!!
As for what I've been working on, aside from a certain TV show, I should have news soon about a supremely geeky horror franchise project that I've been hired to be a part of -- talk about fun assignments! But more on that later. Right now, I'm going to catch up on my sleep...
DON'T FORGET TO VOTE TOMORROW!!!