Plenty going on of late. Enjoy.
The fighter verse song CD that my husband, Mr. TommyD, has been involved with producing and recording, are now available via Children Desiring God. We got a copy early and I think I can sing almost every song (or verse) on there from memory, as can the kids. It’s great. Check it out.
God’s Word is powerful (especially in the ESV).
We saw Up on Saturday, and I enjoyed it immensely. How a kid’s film can poignantly, yet subtly, cover topics such as the beauty of marital life, the pain of infertility, the loneliness of the elderly, and the heartache of divorce, all while being good for kids and keeping it’s viewers feeling “up” and laughing is beyond me.
It is a spark of genius.
NBC has some nerve making fun of President Obama’s use of the teleprompter. Next thing we know, they’ll be asking him actual questions at those silly little press conferences. Alright, alright, simmer down. I’m just teasing a bit. It’s not like his teleprompter has its own blog or anything. Seriously though, watch this montage. You’ll chuckle.
Wearing a seat belt has been the law in MN for quite some time, but until now, you couldn’t be pulled over for not wearing one. Now, not wearing your seat belt is a primary offense in MN. And an expensive one at that. Get ready to shell out $105 buckeroos for this safety violation.
As they say, click it or tick-et.
I know I already told you about this, but hey, cut me some slack. It’s my dad! And it’s a great piece. So if you haven’t read about life-loving doctors and their valiant stand against the culture of death, go do so. And uber-blogger Tim Challies linked to it in his A La Carte section.