Saturday, May 19, 2018

Weekend Wanderings

After some really warm days here in the sunny South, the temperatures have been just a bit above normal with a fair amount of rain. The professional basketball season has come down to the last four teams. It could be interesting to see who comes out on top. On a totally unrelated note, we now have a new granddaughter to add to the two grandsons. Of course they are the cutest little ones you could ever see.

Anyway, here is the good stuff:

Evidently, these people were a bit odd.
France at the end of World War I.
Interesting article.
Steve Brown on prayer.
Turns out eggs are okay after all.

Interesting.
Good question.
Story of the Rainbow Man.
It looks like propaganda has been around awhile.
Good article from Peter Wehner.

Out of the shadows.
Stanley Hauerwas.
Good article from Geoff Holsclaw.
Good article from Karl Vaters.
Mike Glenn on forgiveness.

Allergy myths.
Darn! I really wanted to take my spider with me on my trip this summer,
You have to time it right to visit this place.
For those of us who have been around awhile.
This is good.

Have a blessed week!

Sunday, May 6, 2018

Weeknd Wanderings

The days are getting longer and warmer here in the sunny South. We had dinner out on the back porch for the first time this year. We are awaiting the arrival of our first granddaughter. She is expected to make her arrival in the next couple of weeks.

On to the good stuff:

Good post from Nick Lannon.
Reading Paul with a southern drawl.
I don't think so.
Can you trust anything anymore?
Puns. Just because.

Good photos.
Feeling pretty?
Church of Holy Saturday.
This is intriguing.
Dangerous grace.

Mowing the lawn.
The first of two good posts from Karl Vaters.
Second post.
Good post from Fred Smith.
So evidently, this is happening.

Since it is still Easter season, here is a good post.
Good question from Chris Williams.
Yeah, don't do this.
For your next Cinco de Mayo party.
Some people won't let you just enjoy a movie.

Gave a blessed week!

Saturday, April 28, 2018

Weekend Wanderings

I finally was able to mow the yard this week, after four weeks of not having a mower coupled with a lot of rain. Needless to say the grass was pretty high. It finally feels like spring here in the sunny South, considering it is the end of April. I don't know about your week, but mine seemed like it was one or two days shorter. The days flew by.

Anyway, here are the links:

Karl Vaters answers a question.
Honest words from Brennan Manning.
Chaplain Mike on being friends.
Shocking!
Awkward!

David Brooks on social wealth.
This is disturbing.
Cool pictures.
Continued good news.
Another good one from Karl Vaters.

Good article from Nick Lannon.
Soft, not hard.
Good post from Fred Smith.
Good reminder.
No, I don't think so.

Failure to launch really is a thing.
This is a good story.
Throwing something out.
Turns out the prediction was wrong.
Interesting post from Bob Edwards.

Have a blessed week!

Sunday, April 8, 2018

Weekend Wanderings

Spring seems to be making its way in slowly. Here in the sunny South, we are still have temperatures in the thirties some mornings. The northern half of the country is still dealing with snowstorms. I don't know if I'm looking forward to summer weather or not. The college basketball season is over, baseball has begun, and there seems to be some competition for the NFL popping up.

On to the good stuff:

Good article on addiction.
Long article on fake news.
Great story.
Better but miserable?
2018 Sony World Photography Awards.

Is it really local?
A sad case.
Good question.
Good article.
Shower thoughts.

Creepy bunnies.
There are probably lots of outdated laws out there.
Interesting article.
This is not good.
Mr. Rogers and miracles.

Do you have a boring testimony?
Looking in the last place.
Bob Edwards on prayer-bombing.
Nothing left to prove.
Living into the "what."

Have a blessed week!

Saturday, March 31, 2018

Weekend Wanderings

After some really warm days here in the sunny South, the temperatures have been just a bit above normal with a fair amount of rain. The prof...