Monthly Archives: June 2010

wordless geocaching story

You didn’t actually think I could publish a story without words, did you? You need to hear what Addison said of the somewhat scary search in a clump of trees for the cache: “I ask Lord to take away my … Continue reading

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two remarkable things

There are two remarkable things about this picture. (1) We made it to church not just on time for the early service but early enough to stop and pose this picture! I guess it isn’t all that remarkable, since most … Continue reading

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geocaching

If all goes as planned, on Friday Southwest Airlines will deliver me to Denver for six days with the Andersons. Most of that time Quinn and Dusty will be on a business trip to an island in the Pacific while … Continue reading

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35

Pete turned 35 yesterday, and at his party last night he answered the traditional birthday question, “What do you remember about the day you were born?” with the usual story of what turned out to be his mom’s contractions getting … Continue reading

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on the go

We had a fun, full, people afternoon. And my shutter finger was busy recording it. Lunch at McMenamins in McMinnville. We ate at the bar. The food wasn’t to die for, but the company was pleasant. On to a graduation … Continue reading

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dads day

I could have asked for a better dad. But why? The one God gave me was perfect enough. And I am grateful beyond words. My dad was not a lazy man, more on the hyperactive side, which makes this picture … Continue reading

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Juarez update

The entire Anderson family just returned from another building/distribution trip to Juarez. I didn’t want you to miss the report and the pictures. Here’s a teaser: And here’s the link.

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