Monthly Archives: January 2009
Miriam Jeanette Caauwe was born this afternoon at 4:26pm. She weighed 7lbs., 14 oz. and measured 20 3/4 inches. We knew she was coming for nine months. We made plans. We anxiously waited. But it always amazes me how quickly … Continue reading
It's always nice to end a long day with a little Paul Gerhardt. This album is probably more useful if you know a little German, but it's worth a listen either way. Die schönsten Choräle von Paul Gerhardt
Today would have been my grandfather's 100th birthday. In September it will have been 10 years since Grandpa entered glory.
One of the reasons excuses for the infrequency of my blog posts recently is that when I am home in the evening (especially after the kids are in bed), I have been trying to get some reading done. Actually, I've … Continue reading
This past weekend, my uncle was in El Paso. Uncle Harry is a Christian Giving Counselor for the Arizona-California District of the WELS. His job is to help individuals and congregations make plans for their giving. So he met with … Continue reading