This is the elevator that goes up to our flat. It can hold up to three people or two people and a backpack. Its great for building community. This is the entry way of our flat. Every time you enter a house you take off your coat and shoes and put on house slippers. Each […]
Married people often tell me how they miss the freedom they had when they were single. Well I am single and I have done very little with this supposed freedom. Well no more.
Here are 9 Predictions for 2009.
Robert Rountree Reinhart was born July 30, 1924 in Chicago, Illinois and started working at Quaker Oats at the age of 17 to escape the great depression. After returning from World War II he went back work maintaining Quaker equipment. But his blue collar was not to last. The guys in the white lab coats […]
I just wanted to share an update on some of the cool projects I have been working on. New Business I now setup websites for Author’s and businesses. Many of them are paying to much for golden handcuff sites. Others have no site at all. What I like about WordPress is that my clients can […]
Before I begin, I just wanted to thank all of you for your comments, prayers and emails. You have made this season a lot easier than it could have been. You have demonstrated our need for the body of Christ. It has now been almost three weeks since my dad’s heart operation. He just seems […]
As a child I thought of my parents as infallible and immortal. I remember the first time I saw my mom drop something in the kitchen. I was shocked. Moms don’t drop wet plates! Dad’s don’t get heart attacks! But they do. They unfortunately do. Well, we found out on Monday that my dad had […]
Today is the 3 year anniversary of my run in with an Big Rig truck on I-35. I thought this would be a good time to repost some of my thoughts after that wreck. There are more photos on Facebook. The van after the wreck. Why did God spare me and Mark when He did […]