Hello, Benjamin from Brother’s Campfire here!
My Beloved is sleeping so I went for what is typically a short walk for me. 2 miles/3.2 Kilometres was a long way after sitting in the hospital for a while. 😆
I have put on a few pounds as well! I may have to get out and stretch my legs a little bit more.
On Tuesday I will present new paperwork to my Beloved’s doctor to return to work. My supervisor supports my scheduling needs and I do not wish to use all my sick time.
I have been blog hopping a lot in between helping my beloved.
I like information surrounding Biblical history most compelling and found this article. If you are into such things, it is worth the read.
Does archaeological evidence confirm names, dates and places in the Bible?
I spotted this post on Be Thinking by UK apologist Peter S. Williams. (H/T Eric Chabot at Think Apologetics) So let me pick the ones I liked most for this post. Here’s a good one: Jerusalem and The Pool of Bethesda John 5:1-15 describes a pool in Jerusalem, near the Sheep Gate, called Bethesda, surrounded […]Does archaeological evidence confirm names, dates and places in the Bible?
I also have been reading the news, albeit a lot less, as it is reruns of bad news and trashy celebrities that I don’t even know.
One thing I seldom follow at all is sports, least of all, high school sports. That is, until this article caught my attention.
Connecticut high school suspends basketball coach, apologizes after 92-4 win
Through three quarters, the score was a whopping 80-0
I read this article over and over again, scratching my head. Was it the loser coach?No. It was the winner coach.
So they lost. So what? The article does not say anything about ANY rules being broken. Something is missing here. PLEASE tell me because it doesn’t make sense.
I read a few comments that savage losses aren’t beneficial for children. I am not a child psychologist, but maybe the losing coach could have forfeited the game to save the poor little children. I am not sure what the winning team did wrong with the information available.
I will say, I have had a lot of setbacks in my life, and sometimes it is good to know where you rank in the world and get better. Improve your skills. It took 30 plus interviews to get a job in another department from the one I worked at. Perhaps one day I will show you all the participation awards I got for the years of trying to get good.
One thing I have learned in life is go in it to win it.
There are options for win-win, but for basketball, the win-win is this:
Winner- find new opportunities to try your skills against tougher opponents
Loser- Find new opportunities to improve
I am open to having a mind change on this. For now, wins are still a thing at the Campfire.