Down for the count.
I recently found this drawing of mine in some old photo albums. I believe I was about six years old, making this in 1967 or 1968.
Some time ago, I received an email from a friend at Good Shepherd. My friend is in recovery from alcoholism, so that is a frequent subject of our conversations together, and he knows how much joy I get from his journey to sobriety.
This past weekend was a good weekend for SMU sports. First, their football team beat the University of North Texas (um, formerly called North Texas State University) 65-35.
Yesterday’s message …
One day several years ago I was the Rivergate shopping center when a man approached me to strike up a conversation.
Late last week, while working on an upcoming social media post related the power of analogy in preaching, I stumbled across a stunning discovery: a Dawes album I didn’t know existed.
My friend and fellow Good Shepherd Staffer Shannon Schauber recently took a trip to Hilton Head Island, SC. While there, he took a tour of the lighthouse at Sea Pines Plantation, noticed this tennis-related display therein, decided I would probably know something about it, snapped the photo, and sent it to me. Got all that?