So where's the guy in the elevator at Midland who made fun of my picks now? :) I've got a buddy who shall remain nameless (Richard Beck) who insists that the NBA is great entertainment. He has the right to be wrong. March Madness: now that is basketball! Actually, my favorite basketball is Y-ball, where the coaches can go out on the courts to remind the kids which way to go. As I think about my homes -- and, by the way, thanks for those wonderful thoughts about home in the comments yesterday -- I try putting together a "home" from all of them. If I could combine the hills and relatives from Neosho with the trees and friends from Searcy with the ocean and salty breeze from Wilmington with the church from Abilene, THAT would be quite a home! Tonight I get to hear Tony Campolo speak at the "Just People" dinner. I never get tired of his stories. He's one of my heroes for his constant insistance on a "whole-bodied gospel" -- a gospel that turns outward toward the world that God loves in ways of love and justice.