Cotton McKnight: It’s time to separate the wheat from the chaff, the men from the boys, the awkwardly feminine from the possibly Canadian.

so my last post was way more down that i was actually feeling, and me being someone to not mislead the public, i thought it would be cool to share things that i can think of that always make my day.

walking into an air conditioned room

diving into the word for a while

when a song ends right as you are putting your car into park

getting a phone call from a friend you haven’t talked to in a while

watching someone try and swing a golf club for the first time

having breakfast with the senior saints

letting the kiddos stay over for a second movie

getting soaked with water by some kiddos in the middle of a great round of gennis

80’s one hit wonders

bill and ted’s 3 disc boxed set on dvd

the beach boys

those really huge burps that clear your soul

a really great guitar riff

not caring that dinner wasn’t that great because you realized it was only about $1.50 a piece for you and your roommate

missing the dartboard in our apt and ruining yet another light switch cover

a broken in pair of vans

a light lunch

phone calls to the fam

making fun of country music

when its 94 degrees outside and it only feels like 87

tuning my guitar by ear

jokes

learning a new song

skipping past all of the college complaint rock and emo on my itunes playlist and going straight for the marley and 311

well, just thought id share. hope you’re having a good day too, and if you have any ideas for songs i should learn or make reggae covers of feel free to contribute.

happy 63rd birthay harrison ford!

one love, one heart.

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Author: djiverson

I am a Christian, son, brother, artist and friend. I am blessed to be the Youth & Family Minister at New Vintage Church in San Diego. Know You Are Loved.

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