Category Archives: Travel

8 Days, 13 States, and 3,300 miles

It went something like this: Texas–> Arkansas–> Tennessee–> [Visit the Jeff, Ami, & Kiran]–> Virginia–>Maryland–> West Virginia–> Pennsylvania–> New Jersey–> [Visit Princeton Seminary]–> Pennsylvania–> Ohio–> Indiana–> Illinois–> Missouri–> Oklahoma–> [Visit Grady Walker]–> Texas. Whew! There’s something to be said for … Continue reading

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Princeton Seminary

787788786 Coming on the heels of the last post, it probably sounds a bit crazy to say that I’m applying for admission to Seminary, and intend to pursue ordination as a Minister of Word and Sacrament in the Presbyterian Church. … Continue reading

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Longhorn Victor

Ok, so it may be a pretty dramatic way to get someone’s attention, but Victor deserves a post anyhow. This past weekend, I went with Victor (and his mother & brother) down to Austin to help him move in and … Continue reading

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Summer Pictures

I uploaded the pictures at the smallest resolution possible, so hopefully it won’t take forever to load. If you want to see a more detailed version, click on the image. Grady at his favorite hang-out location…the window. He only has … Continue reading

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New Beginnings

So, I guess I took the summer off from blogging. It wasn’t permanent, though–I believe too much in this to let it go permanently. This summer has seen some big changes for me and my family. I’ll try to explain … Continue reading

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Remember the Alamo!

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Live From San Antonio

We’re here at the historic Menger Hotel in downtown San Antonio–the rooms are an interesting Victorian-style decor, the hotel is right next-door to the Alamo, and is also supposedly haunted by ghosts! Amy enjoyed her first session with all of … Continue reading

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