I am so glad that our grandchildren are interested in their world, and learning to understand what we can learn from history.
The mansion carries itself with a consummate dignity, an elderly, venerable gravitas that speaks of both a past and a future.
This morning I’m sitting in the Toyota showroom, waiting for Rebekah’s little SUV to be serviced. It’s not the best creative writing environment, so I’m going to punt, and offer a new foodie post instead. Yesterday, about to head to… Read More ›
“Summer Vacation 2015” was built around one simple goal: Rebekah and I wanted to attend worship and meet the faith communities of people we love. That’s not necessarily an easy task for a preacher’s family. We tend to be kind of… Read More ›
Saturday Rebekah and I toured the Petersburg National Battlefield, just south of Richmond. It’s a tough stop to do justice to. Ten months of siege; more than 70 miles of earthworks; dozens of major engagements. The first action came on… Read More ›