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Here are some photos from our trip to Israel, focusing on our time in Qumran, En Gedi, the Dead Sea, and Masada. Just before we entered Jerusalem, we stopped by the Valley of Elah. Joshua and I couldn’t resist the … Continue reading
While we were in Israel, we still had to take a little time to do some “normal” things. After not playing piano for about a week and a half, Jackson saw this piano in the lobby area of one of … Continue reading
Every year, our crew makes picks throughout the NFL Playoffs. Here are our picks from last week’s opening round of games: Sunny’s picks: Seahawks over the 49ers; Jaguars over the Chargers; Bills over the Dolphins; Giants over the Vikings; Bengals … Continue reading
Last night was a special night as I shared some teaching time with two of my favorite people: my sons Jackson and Joshua. We had a special class at church last night, led by some of our fathers and sons. … Continue reading
Time for my annual post of my favorite albums released over the last twelve months. Each December, I look back over the music of that particular year and identify my favorite albums. (If you want to look back over my … Continue reading
Here’s a little video of Jackson receiving his award for “Most Improved Varsity Runner” at this year’s Cross Country Banquet. I am so proud of this guy and the way he works to achieve his goals. And I’m excited to … Continue reading
The kitchen is still warm from Sunny’s hours of food prep. The meal has been made and consumed; the mess has been cleaned up; and the leftovers are in the fridge. The football game is on in the background while … Continue reading
Today was a really big day for our family. Joshua started playing baseball at the age of 3 at the YMCA. And it was definitely love at first “swing” for him! Since that first season of tee ball 15 years … Continue reading