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Ha! I love it, Jules.
» Posted By Sarah On January 10, 2006 @ 11:04 am
You’ll have to take a photo of the multitude of birds when they come back for these treats!
» Posted By Sarah On January 8, 2006 @ 7:30 am
Hee hee… this is why board games are damaging.
» Posted By Sarah On December 29, 2005 @ 11:25 am
Yes, do share, Rob! 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On December 29, 2005 @ 10:53 am
Hooray! I look forward to catching up on the Lost episodes with Rob. 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On December 28, 2005 @ 9:55 am
I’m so glad you got to use it already. 🙂
Did the coffee truly taste better because of its container?
» Posted By Sarah On December 22, 2005 @ 7:37 pm
Hmmm, Carl raises a good point. Why did you only photograph the blue one?
» Posted By Sarah On December 22, 2005 @ 2:23 pm
Well, the other one’s a really neat brown glaze, but it is at Rob’s house with the blue one.
Jules, coffee gifts are great. Since coffee is such an infinitely consumable product, the possibilities are nearly endless!
» Posted By Sarah On December 20, 2005 @ 11:32 pm
Hadler!!! I was going to use that gift idea for his next birthday… thanks for ruining the surprise!
» Posted By Sarah On December 20, 2005 @ 11:14 am
Yeah, we like coffee in smaller doses. 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On December 20, 2005 @ 9:48 am
Oh, how funny, Carl. I’m not sure I can look at it as a birdbath now!
» Posted By Sarah On December 15, 2005 @ 11:12 am
That bird bath is great. All the birds are going to be fighting for a spot! 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On December 15, 2005 @ 7:13 am
Tuba Triumphant was breathtaking! 🙂 And your photos are much better than mine, so I think I won’t post my sad photo or two!
» Posted By Sarah On December 12, 2005 @ 11:25 pm
Thank you to everyone who commented on the stockings. 🙂 I bought the fabric several years ago with the intention of making stockings. I just needed a reason to get moving on them!
» Posted By Sarah On December 10, 2005 @ 11:01 pm
Your house looks truly festive now! And- do I spy wooden stringers on the tree?
» Posted By Sarah On December 8, 2005 @ 6:55 am
Good thoughts here, in both the article and the comments. I think salvation and Christianity must be two different things that are linked together in purpose… salvation being the experience and Christianity the living out and being changed afterward (“He who began a good work in you…”). The Christianity can’t be fueled though, at least not for long, by the initial conversion experience. There has to be more along the way to guide us and cause us to keep looking at our own hearts with honesty. I think this was the point of Professor Gushee in the article.
» Posted By Sarah On December 2, 2005 @ 11:06 am
Ha… that old dog comment is hilarious. 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On November 28, 2005 @ 10:53 pm
Great photos! I especially love the ones of your mom and dad ascending the “precipice”.
» Posted By Sarah On November 27, 2005 @ 11:37 pm
Oooh, now that’s a good idea, Carl. Like Ciera, I am very good at spilling liquids. Saucers are good for people like us.
» Posted By Sarah On November 21, 2005 @ 6:16 pm
I have discovered the joy of saucers in the recent months, to catch my spills…I like to wander around the house with my coffee on a Saturday morning. While a handmade mug is beautiful, most of them don’t come with matching saucers!
» Posted By Sarah On November 21, 2005 @ 10:41 am
There’s really only one clear answer here, isn’t there, Rob? The handcrafted mug wins every time!
» Posted By Sarah On November 20, 2005 @ 10:28 pm
I hit Panera today to get a latte after being reminded of the wonderful atmosphere. 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On November 15, 2005 @ 5:56 pm
Yum… you have me dreaming about their French onion soup now! Panera is a great restaurant because their coffee is actually decent…
» Posted By Sarah On November 14, 2005 @ 6:56 am
Nice comments, people. I like Carl’s statement about how opening up (against our natural instincts, I might add) and loving others helps us see them as Christ does.
Cool thought! I wonder if my closed off heart causes me to view those around me as less than they truly are.
» Posted By Sarah On November 17, 2005 @ 9:04 pm
Forgiving is the easy part. While I think forgetting is nearly impossible, it’s ALWAYS impossible when the offended thinks about the loss all the time.
We’ve all played mind games with ourselves where we try to put a thought out of our minds; where the very act of trying to forget keeps the darned thing in our heads! It’s the same when someone who has wronged you, that while we continue to grieve we cannot forget.
There’s something very precious about someone who has been offended who literally never thinks about the offense again (not technically “forgotten”, but close); it simply does not hurt them anymore. It’s only possible to truly forget when we give up the right to obsess over lost emotions, money, or possessions.
» Posted By Sarah On November 13, 2005 @ 9:02 pm
And our convention, I’m afraid, was much more fun.
» Posted By Sarah On November 18, 2005 @ 12:10 pm
I think Jules looks like she’s having a good time (even while feeling worn out) in that photo! 🙂
» Posted By Sarah On November 9, 2005 @ 12:37 pm
I love the bottom photo of you and the girls. They clearly adore you!
» Posted By Sarah On November 8, 2005 @ 10:32 pm
Nice job posting the “outtake photo,” Rob-O! 🙂
The blogging convention was great fun! It was fantastic to meet three “strangers” and walk away with three new friends.
» Posted By Sarah On November 8, 2005 @ 10:28 pm
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Ooops, it was only James who brought it up.
» Posted By Sarah On November 7, 2005 @ 11:21 pm