links.jpgI’ve been accumulating some links lately so I highlight them all below.

1. – This site is awesome on so many levels. If you ever wanted to know the “rule of thumb” for just about anything under the sun, this is the site for you. It easily fills my quota for useless knowledge and time killers. For example if you ever wanted to know the rule of thumb for forecasting the weather (see bottom of post). Happy hunting…

2. T.B.D – This one is from “a long time commenter, first time blogger”. I was thrilled last week when Brian announced that he had opened up a space on the web. Give him a few weeks to get his feet wet, but I have a feeling we are getting in on the ground floor of what is going to be a great blog!

3. Born and Bred Ed – The first thing that sold me on this blog was the clear passion for a certain hoops team from North Carolina (Gods Country). The more I read, the more I realized we have quite a bit in common. So if you find something of value in my blog…or like the Tar Heels, check out “Born and Bred Ed“. There is a classic clip there today from Bill Cosby. Hilarious!

4. Emily Page – After you get done checking out Ed’s site, why not swing by the site of his wife, Emily. I don’t know either one of them outside the blogosphere, but based on their about pages…we would get along famously! To quote Emily directly..” I was raised as a Wolfpacker but saw the light and now I bleed Carolina blue”. Her site is about much more than UNC though. Check it out if you get the chance.

5. – In case you missed it, the guys from Mercyme did a little overhaul to their site. No more elevator theme. Good call guys. The new look is much cleaner!

6. – Quick question…how many of you remember the Christian artist named Clay Crosse? If you were a fan or not, you will want to check out I became familiar with Clay’s story when I saw an interview with him on TV late one night and after reading his book. Clay and his wife Renee have an incredible testimony about addiction, porn, faith and marriage. May God richly bless their ministry.

I leave you with just one nugget of truth from the Rules of Thumb site

When ants travel in a straight line, expect rain. When they scatter, expect fair weather.