Top 10: More Interesting American History Facts

Several years ago I wrote Top 10: American History Facts. It has been a very popular post the last couple of weeks. Thought I would add a second installment. #10:  The Red Cross has a Congressional charter even though it isn't a government agency. It was chartered in 1990 to provide disaster relief and provide … Continue reading Top 10: More Interesting American History Facts

Reviews: Willows Cafe

One of my favorite lunch place is The Willows Café in the Lake Butler Hospital (Lake Butler, FL). That's right the hospital. I know all of the jokes about hospital food.  Willows isn't typical hospital food. The menu features daily specials and a nice selections of salads and sandwiches.  My favorite day is taco salad … Continue reading Reviews: Willows Cafe

Because of Easter….

17 Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation. The old has passed away; behold, the new has come. 18 All this is from God, who through Christ reconciled us to himself and gave us the ministry of reconciliation; 19 that is, in Christ God was reconciling the world to himself, not counting their trespasses … Continue reading Because of Easter….

Rocking the Drumline

I first met Dane Porter when he was an energetic pre-schooler who loved music. Dane is now a senior at Waxahachie High School who still loves music. He has Down Syndrome. The year began with Dane and other special needs students being excluded from the senior t-shirts. Last month the band director invited Dane to join the … Continue reading Rocking the Drumline

Throwback Thursday: Steven Curtis Chapman & Casting Crowns Concert

In 2004 or 2005 we got to attend the Steven Curtis & Casting Crowns Concert. At the time the Big Guy was working in a Christian Bookstore and we attended as guests of the music company. It was kind of a last minute deal. The Big Guy called me at work and asked if I … Continue reading Throwback Thursday: Steven Curtis Chapman & Casting Crowns Concert