Bob was NOT pleased. I don’t remember the exact scenario, something about possible plane tickets I think. I just remember I had made him very, very nervous by my looking into some potential plans without cluing him in, but not because he’s a control-freak. It’s simply that after almost forty years of marriage, he knows:
“You have a way of just making things happen!” Continue reading “Who’s measuring stick is in your tool box?”
How’s your prayer life? Is it a lively discussion or more of a stale habit? I think as Christians we often get caught up in checklist prayers. How boring is that? Not only is checklist praying an often empty habit, it’s also leading us to miss out on real connection with a Living God. I…
via Why I’m a Fan of Messy Prayers — Kris Vallotton
Bob says my head is a scary place to visit. Truth be told, he does occasionally admit that that’s one of the reasons he married me 35+ years ago. To this day, he says that I’m “irregular”. In the common sense, it’s both a blessing…and a curse.
I tried teaching myself logic from an authentically academic book. Not the term “logic” that is generously used in everyday usage, although that idea harkens back to the true definition, I suppose. One of the few things I got out of this autodidactic exercise, (besides that fact that I probably wasn’t going to learn this without a qualified teacher…), is that false premises lead to faulty conclusions. In other words, Continue reading “If A, then B…or not.”
Not a true Audubon here. You know, the experts who can distinguish between the two million variations of sparrows…with one eye closed. Nope, I’m not one of them. But there are some birds that even I can point out with some degree of confidence. Bob goes considerably beyond that—his still has his trusty Peterson’s from high school, and if there is a question about a sighting, out Continue reading “Red-headed jackhammer!”