Monthly Archives: December 2007

Barbaric faith

This from the book The Barbarian Way, by Erwin McManus: “…a life in God is one of risk and mystery. And maybe even a little insanity. There’s no way to escape that barbarians can appear out of their minds. No … Continue reading

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Barbaric faith

This from the book The Barbarian Way, by Erwin McManus: “…a life in God is one of risk and mystery. And maybe even a little insanity. There’s no way to escape that barbarians can appear out of their minds. No … Continue reading

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Jobs

Kyle said that if he gets to choose jobs in heaven, he’d like to make flowers. I’d like to take a class in making sunsets if possible. Make sure you double click on the photos to see the detail.

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A Wise Person

I did a little research and found out that gloves have been around possible since Homer’s time. It didn’t mention the creator of gloves, but he or she was a very wise person. Today I went running again. Awe, it … Continue reading

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Running

There is something special about running. Especially the first run after having not run in far too long. This run in particular burns and hurts to the point that you can’t think of any good reason why you came out … Continue reading

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SOAP

S: “And the king gave the command, and they brought those men who had accused Daniel, and they cast them into the den of lions-them, their children, and their wives; and the lions overpowered them, and broke all their bones … Continue reading

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Family

Grandpa and grandma Eggleston have gone to Hawaii for Christmas. Tasha and I are driving my mom and Perry to the airport where they’ll be flying to far away places. We’ll get to see Nick as he is back from … Continue reading

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