Monday, November 26, 2007
This year, my parents, my brothers, our spouses and I went to Mendy & Derek's house in Kings Bay for Thanksgiving. I didn't take pictures of anything except the day after Thanksgiving, when we got The Official Tour of St. Mary's.
Tuesday, November 20, 2007
Puppies ... Again!
This one looks exactly like Rosie, except that Rosie never had the little mark on her head.
It's tiny like her.
Monday, November 12, 2007
Puppies ... again.
Here are some pictures that a friend took last weekend.
Thursday, November 8, 2007
Whitey-Blacky (the only female in the bunch) is the only one who's been spoken for "officially", but we have several friends who are interested in the rest of the pups. Their eyes and ears are still closed, but they're becoming more active. Blacky-Whitey is starting to try to pick himself up on his legs instead of just pushing around on his belly. I'm sure the others will follow soon after. He is the biggest of the bunch at this point. His legs are shaped like Oliver's. We think he'll be built like Ollie.
Blacky-Browny is the smallest and his coloring is very similar to Rosie's. We wonder if he'll look just like this in about two weeks:
Tuesday, November 6, 2007
Rita Polk: Plugged
This past weekend was our first Journey Church Mission Project. And when I say that it was a success, you can accept my word for it. (read more ... )
Thursday, November 1, 2007
The Silver Lining
Take, for instance, the flyer that was emailed to the church office yesterday calling for a boycott of Halloween, questioning the wisdom and criticizing the parental abilities of those who allow, and even encourage (gasp!), their children to read Harry Potter, and claiming that "we walk in the light," so that means Halloween is bad. Because on Halloween, it is dark.
I'm so ashamed to be grouped with those types of people.
But moving along ...
One of the emails we've been receiving with increasing frequency is one that claims that we Christians are losing our freedom of speech. According to this email, certain legislations are being discussed among leaders in our government which would prohibit any pastor to speak from the pulpit and claim that homosexuality is a sin.
If this were to be true, I can already see the silver lining.
Westboro Baptist Church will be doing the majority of its ministry from behind bars.
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