One of the many exceptional features of Dresden is the runs-all-the-time public transportation system. Trams, buses, trains. Then there are thousands riding bikes. Cars, yes, but Andrew and Alicia are on a self-drive ride-share plan and grab a vehicle for… Read More ›
I understand that people have birthdays all the time. Once a year, like it or not, we all get to add another hashmark to the cumulative tally. Getting older is a routine, run-of-the-mill occurrence. Getting to celebrate ninety-one, however, is… Read More ›
always so much to celebrate, so much to be grateful for
I really like the rock. I just about broke my back, and then the wheelbarrow, moving it. But it has the right feel.
In trying to redirect (without pretending we didn’t lose Scout this week) I’m heading to the archives.
You can’t go wrong by following Jesus. It’s what my dad has done all of his life
Grateful for this place, this community, our deck, and this wonderful old puppy-dog –
it’s been a good week – a few photos to help tell the story
when you motor it’s not about the destination at all – the point is the journey.
The issue in our town… in our county… in North Carolina… in the USA… in the world, is not a lack of resources. The issue is how they are shared.