Author: J David Peever (Dave)

Son, Husband, father, grandfather, transitional pastor, author and blogger who desires to follow God's plan, done God's way, in God's timing, with God's chosen resources. #bgbg2 #Blueprint

When I grow up I want to be…

…dead! I know it sounds awful and even a bit morbid but it is true. I looked in the mirror after my last haircut and realized that God knowing the number of hairs on my head was getting easier. That being said my follicley challenged head is not my reason for this statement. I noticed recently when I lie down my bosoms fall into my armpits. This is disturbing on two levels. First, gravity is taking its toll as I age. Second, I am a man and until recently I didn’t have bosoms. Still this is not the reason I want to be dead when I grow up. (more…)

A Little Understanding – Above Ground

A Little Understanding – Bearing the Load

Those pesky engineers are always interfering with my plans. I want everything the way I want it. They want me to get their approval, follow their drawings, something about making sure the floors above the ground are tied into the basement which is in turn tied into the footings. It was so much easier to build the house on the sand. None of this tying stuff into other stuff. No time spent running plans by those who think everything is about point loads and transfer of weight. Just build it and move on… (more…)

Appears to Do Nothing at All

There are just some things you don’t forget. It’s not that they are important or offer words to live by but rather they are things that strike you as funny or odd. I was seventeen years old taking in-class driver training, not so much for the knowledge but more for the insurance discount. Because of this, I do not remember anything other than where the building was located and one test question: What does the button on the pole below the pedestrian crossing signal do? (more…)

Hold All My Calls

Hold all my calls sounds like dialog from a TV drama centered on the day to day grind of office life. The busy executive informs his assistant that he will be unavailable for a while because there is something so important that everything else must wait. One can only assume that any outside interruptions are not only unwanted but also are detrimental to the task at hand. Behind closed doors the talents that elevated the executive to his current position are put to work to ensure the best result possible is achieved. (more…)