Too Much Running Around

I have to say that I am the worst golfer ever. I don’t even know why I go out and try to play. It just makes me frustrated. Of course our little scramble group won the tourney this morning so at least the other players on my team are good.

This has been one crazy little week. I have been running around from Chick-fil-A openings to visit people in the hospital to the aforementioned men’s golf retreat then to Auburn tonight to eat at Pravino’s (number 1 on the top 5 places I would like to eat before I die: Hills in Mayfield, Ky; Paglias (sp) in Murray, KY; Dairyette in Paducah, Ky and Go Ten (sp) the Japanese place in Nashville round out the rest of the top five in case you are wondering.) All in all it has been a long second half of the week and I have church stuff to do in the morning too.

I want to write more about the new study we are doing on Wednesday nights. It is called “The Desert: Finding God in the dry places of life” and it comes off of Mike Pilavachi’s book Soul Survivor. The book takes a sort of circular route through a topic that I think most Christians like to sweep under the rug the fact that although the desert’s of life aren’t fun places to be they are an important part of how we grow into Christians who are as Mike puts it “deep, authentic people.”

In the mean time go check out Amazon and see if you can find this great little book.

One thought on “Too Much Running Around

  • March 14, 2005 at 11:46 AM
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    Sadly Shane, neither Hill’s nor Pagliai’s is the same as in our “glory days.” Probably never will be. I think they both “grew up” about the same time we did. Dairyette, however, is still at the same ol’ place I believe. A good Dairyette burger, fries, and fountain Sundrop sure would be good about now….

    I can’t believe that the Kountry Kastle didn’t even make your top 5 list though. Or what about a corn dog and shake from Dairy Hill? Shame on you for leaving those out…it doesn’t get much greasier than that!

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