Monthly Archives: February 2008

Walking

Walking Originally uploaded by revjwc Isaiah has been walking (sort of) for about a month now. But just in the past few days he has become more steady on his feet and more comfortable taking more steps. In this pictures … Continue reading

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Lenten Hymns Part 2

I’ve noticed that Lenten hymns, more than those of other seasons of the year, refer to the new life of faith on the part of the Christian who has realized what great cost was spent on his behalf. Notice that … Continue reading

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Cat Nap

  IMG_4678.JPG    Originally uploaded by revjwc On Saturday afternoon we walked to our neighborhood park for a few hours. It must have been exhausting, because soon after we got home, we discovered Andrew like this on the chair.

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Lenten Hymn Themes

This is a post that I wrote last Lent. But I thought it was worth thinking about again. I had also promised to write another post and I never got around to it. This year I’ll make sure to do … Continue reading

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Hymn Catch-up

I’ll try to catch up on the list of favorite hymns. For now I’m going to stick to Epiphany hymns. Maybe next year I’ll go through the list again and re-evaluate my hymns, but here they are for now: #4 … Continue reading

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Tools

This post is a test. I’m using a desktop application called MacJournal to write this post. I’m checking to see how it works for posting to the blog. I’ve used MacJournal for several years as a journaling program (since 2003). … Continue reading

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Hannah’s 5th Birthday

Hannah turned 5 on Wednesday. So I managed to put together a slideshow of pictures from her birthdays and from the past year. I’ve uploaded it to our .Mac Web Gallery and to YouTube. Enjoy!

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Concern

It always amazes me when people whom I am visiting in the hospital ask about my family and how I’m doing. I go to visit them because they are suffering from something significant enough to land them in a hospital … Continue reading

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