Promises

Each day on WordPress there is a Daily Post; a word or thought to encourage people to write a post or give a push if someone is having writers block.  Today’s word suggestion is promises.   I found it a little coincidental given today’s political climate.  Every election and every candidate, whether they’re running for president or your local school board, makes promises they can’t keep.  Or worse they make promises knowing full well they have no intention of even trying to keep them.  This isn’t a new problem.  Politicians making promises have been around since the dawn of time.  Continue reading “Promises”

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Frame

Frame

frame – frām/noun
1. a rigid structure that surrounds or encloses something such as a door or window
2. a basic structure that underlies or supports a system, concept, or text.
All of us have a frame. Work, friends and/or family who are our structure that helps us get through life – one day at a time.

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Now may the Lord of peace himself give you peace at all times in every way. The Lord be with you all.  – 2 Thessalonians 3:16 (ESV)

Don’t Stop with One Page

There are several different circumstances that can affect whether we travel: weather, sickness, and finances, to name a few.  Given recent tragedies you may have even put off a trip because of the unknowns, the ‘what ifs’.   Some circumstances make cancelling travel plans unavoidable, but should a country’s political crisis or terror attacks stop us from traveling? Continue reading “Don’t Stop with One Page”

Unvld Photography

Both of our boys have gone through various “what I want to be when I grow up” stages.  A few years ago, Tyler went through a stage where he loved photography.  He started Unvld Photography and took pictures everywhere he went. I think he still loves it but going to school full-time, working full-time, racing motorcycles and being married doesn’t give him a lot of free time.

We’ve never really shared much of his work. Until now. Continue reading “Unvld Photography”