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The Virtue of Mundane Tasks

I spent part of two days cleaning my kitchen floor last week. The linoleum flooring is ancient and hasn’t looked clean in the five years we have lived in this house. 545 more words

The Ordinary

it never gets old.

Over and over, I am amazed at the ordinary.

These radishes are from my garden. In one month, the tiny seeds grew into this!

Do you know how tiny radish seeds are? 144 more words

How are you?

A while back a friend inquired, “Has anyone asked you any stupid questions?”

After the conversation, I was still left lingering on the thought.  In general people make statements and ask questions which may come across as… 473 more words

Experiences

Oberotterbach,Germany

No one has probably ever heard of Oberotterbach since it’s one of those lesser (or least) known places in Germany.  It’s a small village found in Südlich Weinstraße (South Wine Road) 5 minutes from the French border.   462 more words

Travel

Cubao Adventure: Art in Island and Bellini's

It’s been a while since I last updated my blog. I have been busy with school where I had my hardest semester to date, and I was also very busy with my preparation for my Junior Term Abroad. 443 more words

Travel

A Time to Turn

A Sermon for 2nd Sunday after Christmas

Jeremiah 31:7-14, Psalm 84, Ephesians 1:3-6,15-19a, Luke 2:41-52

All parents know the stealth of children, not when one day there are such a cute 2-year-old and next thing we know an admirable adult. 1,348 more words

Would It Help?

I think there are two kinds of blog writers—those who can pump out pieces several times a week and those who post more sporadically. I certainly fall into the later category, especially as of late. 647 more words

The Christian Life