THE FUNDAMENTALS
1. I'm impassioned and shaped by Christ.
2. I'm not fanatical.
3. I'm driven by a sense of self.
4. I'm not egotistical.
5. I'm enraptured by true joy.
6. I'm a spectrum of emotions.
7. I'm a thirty-something fandom geek.
8. My life is more than television.
9. I'm known on the interwebs as lasha4god.
10. My real name is Delise.

THE BASE OF THE FUNDAMENTALS
30 something long-time blogger, christian, married, television junkie, music lover, poet laureate, type enthusiast. Unapologetic Vampire Weekend fan. More information ...

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# Vampire Weekend, Chvrches, John Mayer, Smashing Pumpkins, Dave Matthews Band, Arcade Fire, The Monkees, Ska, New Wave, Praise and Worship # Community, Nashville, Degrassi, How I Met Your Mother, General Hospital, Glee # The Ice Storm, Bright Star, Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist, Scott Pilgrim vs. The World # Michael Cera # color, abstract, type # poetry # faith, scripture, christianity # life

"Tricky skies your eyes are true; the future is beauty and sorrow"
Further Proof I Have No Life, And the Things I Do on a Saturday Morning

Just sitting here watching the “This Old House Hour” on PBS as they work on a house in Barrington, RI. And by the way I’m geeking out over a segment on using ‘full spectrum’ paint. But I have to admit, it was pretty awesome.

Barrington Project, Part 7 of 10 (#3123H) Duration: 25:46 STEREO TVG

On a rainy day in Barrington, builder Andy Tiplady shows host Kevin O’Connor how he’s replaced the old cracked asphalt with new concrete pavers in the driveway. Master carpenter Norm Abram visits a custom cabinet shop in Smithfield, Rhode Island to see how they are using high-end cherry veneers for the project to make a kitchen with true character. Back in Barrington, installer Rick Jutras hangs the last of the wall cabinets and scribes the refrigerator panel to fit the space. In the master bathroom, plumber David St. Angelo sets the new soaking tub in a bed of freshly mixed plaster. Painting contractor Al Girard tries out a “full spectrum” paint that relies on other pigments to deepen the colors, rather than the industry standard of black, to achieve more reflective and rich colors.