Monthly Archives: January 2012

The List

Categories: Happy Things, Relationships

Several months ago the lesson for the young women at church was on setting marriage standards. The young women were to think of those qualities they wanted and didn’t want in a husband and make a list. Keep reading

Nerd for Life – Toes in the sand!

Categories: Family, Happy Things

One of these days Brett and I will sit on a beach and tell each other our story and laugh. Our story starts six years ago tomorrow. Toes in the sand! Keep reading

Museum of You

Categories: Folks, Life, Questions

The American History Museum this week asked online, “If there was a museum of you, what would be in it?” Which is a very interesting question. Do I get a whole museum or just a display in the larger museum of humanity? Keep reading

Be Still

Categories: Gospel, Life, Musings

Being still is harder than you’d think. And not just for small children. Last week I set a goal to be more still. If I didn’t specifically say, “I’m going to be still right now” then life kept rushing past and dragging me along with it. Keep reading

Stressed, frantic, frazzled, flustered

Categories: Gospel

Nobody ever lists stressed or frantic or frazzled or flustered when they list the attributes of Christ. He certainly felt tired, sorrow, thirst, and everything else, but he was never stressed. Keep reading

Not as the world giveth

Categories: Gospel, Musings

Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you: not as the world giveth, give I unto you. Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid. John 14:27 … If I want to know how God gives peace, it might be helpful to define how He doesn’t give it. Keep reading

Blog Numbers in 2011

Categories: Science & Tech

Last year I put up the statistics for the first five years of the blog. There were 179 posts and 682 comments this year. Here’s how the sixth year breaks down: Keep reading