Faith, Hope, and Love

DISCOVERIES The Day is Hard, But It Will Not Always Be. ISAIAH 25: 8-9

Posted by on Jan 29, 2020 in DISCOVERIES, Faith, Hope, and Love, Love of Scripture

 

The below post is part of an ongoing series I’ll be doing in 2020 entitled, DISCOVERIES, which will feature unfinished or not-posted content found in my Draft Archives during a review conducted in January 2020. The present post contains the original content, edited lightly for publication. 

 

Sometimes, we fetch it a beating.
We make poor choices and suffer the consequences.
We make the right choices, but the devil comes at us.

In some seasons, trouble pours on us like rain.

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2020 Begins

Posted by on Jan 1, 2020 in Faith, Hope, and Love, RandoMusings

Pretending to be contemplative.

 

WELL, here we are. The start of another Calendar Year!

Between the bustle and hustle of the holiday season, I’ve neither put together all annual aims for 2020 nor committed to any bold new habits. As 2019 sprinted to a close, I have been trying to merely manage my day-to-day responsibilities with work and eBay plus our needs as a family, and it has required nearly all the time I’ve had.

But that’s not to say I’ve been ignoring the changeover from this year to the next…I’ve been thinking about the transitions quite a bit, and I am aiming high as I considering what I want from the next 12 months.

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This is the goods.

Posted by on Dec 7, 2019 in Faith, Hope, and Love, Fun-funs

What’s all the mess? Figures, Cars, and Raisins galore!

Tonight, Landon and I just rolled through one of his toy bins taking out stuff we had forgot that we had, creating all manner of combinations just for creations’ sake, enjoying little bits of plastic in all their silliness and functionality, all the while sharing with one another, having fun, and savoring Toy Time Together. On instagram, I described it as “a cacophony of cars and characters featuring all manner of heroes in all manner of machines!” And it was. It was also the sort of casual bonding between father and sons that the former strive to experience while the latter simply savor. It’s all winning for everyone. It’s the good stuff of life, right here.

Landon was focused on the inclusion of The California Raisins band, including limited edition Holiday members, which I think he displayed wonderfully.

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Toys Are More Fun Together

Posted by on Nov 13, 2019 in Faith, Hope, and Love, Fun-funs

From a single row alone….to many rows together!

 

Took tonight’s #toytimetogether to the next level !

Typically, my toddler prefers to park our toys by himself and give me a dozen or so random toys to—well, to leave him alone with the other 70. Tonight, I convinced him that it would be more fun if we shared all the mini’s together and tried to fit them all on my #hasbro #marvel helicarrier from 2012 (a generous gift from my buddy, DEAN McC).

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