Catching up yet more on the last couple months… I covered a National Day of Prayer event at Bluffton’s Town Hall for the local newspaper. Christians from all over the town, and nearby towns, converged on the building’s third floor. People prayed about safety in our schools, safety for police and firefighters, for intact nuclear families, for today’s youth “as drugs, sex and suicide” swirl all around them… Local Christian New Vision FM radio station’s Ken Kayser implored the Lord for a balanced media that doesn’t “…slant the news to the left or to the right — but rather to the truth.” The room was packed… I also attended a graduation weekend event at Bluffton University. Senior Andrew Hunter, who was picked as one of the keynote speakers, pointed to perhaps the best literary tome to inspire his fellow classmates as they were about to head out into the world: Dr. Seus’s Oh The Places You’ll Go… And I also did a newspaper piece on the Bluffton Farmer’s Market featuring “all things organic,” with music from the local band The Old Folkies. “It was either that name, or The Geriatric Troubadours,” the lead guitarist smiled.