Category Archives: Family

Wednesday November 7, Mostly Cloudy, Windy, Occasional Showers

A day like no other.  My eyes popped open at 5am and I immediately remembered that I never bought full size coffee filters.  The 4-cuppers I have as emergency backups aren’t as deep, so they are easily overcome by the … Continue reading

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Colossians 3:18-22 — My First Response

Welcome to the preacher’s head.  Warning: it’s like a carnival in here.  I’ve been thinking about the message for this Sunday (November 11 2018) at Renovation Church.  I’d love to hear what you think, too.  Feel free to comment.   Don’t … Continue reading

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The Subway Test

Mac and I went to lunch today at Subway, which he pronounces “Sooubway” for some internet meme reason, and now I do, too. I observed something during our lunch together, which was very enjoyable and filled with conversations about Jim … Continue reading

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Dads: How To Help the Kids Christmas Shop For Mom

It’s that time of year when Dads like me have the unique job of helping the younger kids get Christmas gifts for their mom.  My kids are young enough to not have jobs but old enough to eat like grown … Continue reading

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Life with Lexi – Slow Morning

Lexi is our 13 year old daughter.  She has Down Syndrome (Trisomy 21) and Autism.  This is a little sample of our lives, written as a letter from father to daughter.   Lexi, I could tell right away that you … Continue reading

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Bike Ride

“Let’s go on a bike ride, dad.  Maybe you should take our picture while we’re riding.” Done, lad.  Done.  ‘Twas a good trip. At this stage we usually go 3-5 miles.  I can see the day in the future where … Continue reading

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The Unicorn and the Butcher

My dad came out to spend a few days with us which was downright fantastic and pretty cool.  Most of the time was filled with the common weekend stuff — family whatnot, some schoolwork (on a Saturday, no less) and … Continue reading

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