Oddly Familiar Blog

David has tagged me for a meme. I will try and finish this before I go to the YMCA for some swimming.

The rules for this meme are fairly standard. Simply post the rules at the beginning of your post, answer the questions,, and tag five others to play along. Leave a comment on their blog to let them know that they need to visit yours for the rules, and of course, link back to the one who tagged you, in this case….me!

Here we go

Ten years ago:
Wow I have not thought about 10 years ago in a long time. 10 years ago I was finishing my second year at Luther College. I was preparing go to to Camp Calumet for the summer. hmmm… Good times

Five jobs I’ve had:

Paperboy (1st job ever)

Line Cook (Red Lobster in high school, Country Kitchen in college)

Camp Counselor and Retreat Specalist (Camp Calumet)

Youth Director at Hope Lutheran Church in Reading, PA

Driver at Dunkin Donuts

Five things on today’s “to do” list:

Work on my Bible Studies for this weekend

Work on my sermon for Sunday and Wednesday

Pack some

Teach swimming lessongs

Cook dinner for the family

Things I’d do if I was a billionaire:
Pay off all my debt

Help my family and friends out

Contribute money to CalumetLTSP, and Luther College

Contribute to the Leadership Fund of the ELCA

Buy an iPhone

Buy a nice house in New England with a large yard and spend my days playing my guitar and writing songs

Three bad habits:

Drive too fast

I tend to have a hard time saying no


Five places I’ve lived:

Philadelphia, PA

Reading, PA

Freedom, NH

Decorah, IA

Rutland, VT

Five people I’m tagging:

Dr. John





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4 thoughts on “Oddly Familiar Blog

  1. Every time I hear of Dunkin Donuts, I remember the “Time to make the donuts” commercials.

  2. I found my way here though David’s blog. My son will be a freshman at Luther this fall. 🙂

  3. I am seeing a common theme with how we would spend our billions of dollars. We are taking care of friends and family along with churches or other Christian institutions. Thank you for sharing.

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