Author: Joel Mearig

Ode to Mom

Ode to Mom My brief research shows that a U.S. President, who probably really loved his mother, made Mother’s Day an official holiday in May of 1914. I also read of a couple of ladies who really pushed for this official recognition based on the love they had for their mothers. I, personally, hope that the creation of the holiday…

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What Defines a Man?

What Defines a Man? I have no intentions of this post being a political stance and am not writing this to offend. I also use the term “man” because that is what I am but feel the post offers wisdom for women as well. As I grow older I find myself in situations where I never expected to be and…

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Biblical History

Biblical History I am not a big fan of history, Biblical or otherwise. I am not sure if I find if boring, complicated or out of reach. I understand that not everyone will love history and the study of the same. Many find Biblical history boring and its study non-essential. While I may struggle to love Biblical history as I…

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Apple’s iCloud Services

Apple’s iCloud Services Apple was late to the cloud services game and even after a number of years, in the arena, continues to play catch-up. That is not to say that they are failing in the cloud services arena, I just think they are still struggling to make their services “just work”. How do I define cloud services for Apple?…

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Cry Baby Hill

Cry Baby Hill I purchased a Ford F-150 Super Crew 4×4 in the summer of 2000. I thought it would be fun to have a semi-off-road vehicle to take to the mountains and to the desert. I didn’t change the tires but did add a nerf-bar for ease of entry and protection during off-road excursions. One weekend we joined some…

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