The Beer: I have 6 beers in bottles, 2 in kegs plus one awaiting bottling and a mead that should be ready in a few months.
The Bicycle: Weather permitting this year, I plan to bicycle to work (about 40 miles) for my 55th Birthday.
The VRWC: If there is no God, why are atheists so intent on pushing Him out of public life?
This type of suit comes up multiple times a year, whether graduation prayer, a prayer prior to a sporting event or some type of Christian prayer to commemorate a holiday. Invoking God is a longstanding tradition in a largely Christian-oriented country. It harms no one. Then "wall between church and state" whether it even exists was never intended to bar Christianity from public life. And it is only Christianity which is barred. The atheists and fellow travelers have no problem with public displays of Islam or various minor religions. But bring up Christianity and they become apoplectic. I have yet to understand it.
But, as a born-again Christian, I have to pose this:
If I am wrong about God, Jesus and heaven, when I die, I lose nothing. I will not know the difference and will not care. But if I am right, those who do not believe will have a very long and unpleasant time to think about it.