Public service announcement: A powered Ethernet cable will degrade signal in a coax cable.
So, the kids’ snails had babies. 🐌
Is it just me, or does Life Together seem to end abruptly? Great read, but I was surprised by how it just kind of stopped.
Finished reading: Gemeinsames Leben by Dietrich Bonhoeffer 📚
Finished reading: Man Up!: The Quest for Masculinity by Jeffrey Hemmer 📚
Violet intermission screen. September, 2014. Micro Challenge 📷
Indigo? San Jose, February, 2015. Micro Challenge 📷
Blue skies of Nederland. May, 2007. Micro Challenge 📷
Living and exhorting others to enter a life of loving God and neighbor, stepping through cultural boundaries, and freely serving the least is not a political issue. It is an Acts issue. It is a gospel issue. It is a Torah issue.
Green clover in my backyard, 2020. Micro Challenge 📷
Finished reading: Pocket Atlas of Remote Islands by Judith Schalansky 📚
Absolutely no idea. Yellow, 2013. Micro Challenge 📷
When did my little baby grow up? 2017 Orange. Micro Challenge 📷
Taking some liberties. Red wine, Honeymoon 2015. Micro Challenge 📷
℣ Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariæ, et concepit de Spiritu Sancto.
℟ Ave Maria, gratia plena, Dominus tecum. Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus fructus ventris tui, Iesus. Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, nunc et in hora mortis nostræ. Amen. 💬
Achievement unlocked. Three car seats in one van.
Yes, Chico, I remember when I was cool and had a Mini before this Van. Why you gotta rub it in?
“Nobis Canon unus in Scripta relatus a Deo, Duo Testamenta, Tria Symbola, Quatuor Priora Concilia, Quinque saecula, Patrumque per ea series, trecentos ante Constantinum annos, ducentos a Constantino, regulam nobis Religionis figunt.” +Andrewes, Opuscula Quaedam Posthuma, 91 💬
“The love of God does not find, but creates, that which is pleasing to it. The love of man comes into being through that which is pleasing to it.” - Heidelberg Disputation 💬
„Das war ein Vorspiel nur, dort wo Man Bücher verbrennt, verbrennt Man am Ende auch Menschen.“ - Heinrich Heine 💬