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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day – VeggieTales Style

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13.1

We did it. We ran 13.1 miles. In Austin, TX. Up SO.MANY.HILLS. It’s crazy that we trained for so long, and now the race is over. It feels exactly like I would feel after Quest was over at Crown – … Continue reading

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Gold Rush

About a year or so ago, Nathan and I discovered Geocaching. Geocaching is basically treasure hunting with a GPS. We created an account at the free website, and started using the app to find local caches, no matter where we … Continue reading

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Is Believing Enough?

I ran across this article today from Relevant magazine. I am still processing it a bit. What do you think? http://www.relevantmagazine.com/god/deeper-walk/features/23722-a-christian-atheist

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Christmas Season

I really love the Christmas Season. But even more, I love Advent. I love having a time to reflect, ponder, and prepare. I love Advent carols, especially O Come O Come Emmanuel. Last night at church, our pastor, Steven, gave … Continue reading

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Welcome!

Welcome to the new blog! Pretty snazzy, I must say. Nathan does good work. 🙂 I’m hoping that this new, personalized site will give me the desire to blog more often. I’ve got a lot brewing in my head, but … Continue reading

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Bookworm Post

A friend posted this on Facebook, and I said to myself, “Self, let’s do this for fun!” Have you read more than 6 of these books? The BBC believes most people will have read only 6 of the 100 books … Continue reading

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Pie in my Eye

Next Wednesday is Pie Night, an evening dedicated to nothing but pie…well, and a ham cooked in Coke. But it’s really about the pies. Pie Night is a Thanksgiving family tradition for our friends, the Kirklands, and they have established … Continue reading

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What I Like About Cruises: A List

In no particular order: 1. Lounge Chairs2. Waterslides3. No need to get in a car, drive to the store, pick up groceries, bring them home, prep, cook, serve, do dishes…just go to the restaurant, look at the menu (with no … Continue reading

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Fall

Fall is upon us, which really doesn’t mean much in San Diego. Our fall has consisted of record high temps (113 degrees) and sudden drops into “chilly” weather – which means the low 60s. Low 60s in San Diego = … Continue reading

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