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Spending some time “unplugged”

It wasn’t until after my kids were in bed Sunday night that I realized, we hadn’t turned the TV on for days! Not a huge feat, I know, but it’s not been the norm. Through this winter that kept on giving our family’s had so many movie nights and clicked through entire seasons of shows on Netflix. The nicer weekend…

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Movie Review: Oblivion

Last weekend saw the release of Oblivion a sci-fi film starring Tom Cruise.  The movie takes place in the year 2077, after the earth has suffered a devastating alien attack. Cruise plays Jack Harper, one of the few humans left on earth who works with Victoria as a clean up crew, repairing robots and collecting water and other precious…

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Home Run

April is baseball month, and new movies in theaters are going with that theme. Last week saw the release of the Jackie Robinson biopic “42”. This week is a fictional baseball outing called “Home Run”.  The story follows Cory Brand, an alcoholic baseball player who gets suspended from the team after…

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Gadgets and parenting, some apps that help

Parenting is simultaneously awesome, fun, busy, and hard! Unfortunately my brain doesn’t always have the capacity to keep up with the day-to-day tasks and information. That’s why I’m trying some new ways to use gadgets (which can often just be a distraction) to assist in my daily dad duties. Here are a few…

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A God Moment

Ever have one of those God moments?  When he just seems to show up in the most unexpected places to bring comfort, hope and healing? The Boston Garden during the National Anthem last night was one of those moments.  I am not one to think that everyone who sang is a believer. Of course not.  But who can doubt if for only a moment that…

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What invention would make your life easier?

I once read that at some point in the 1920’s, the US patent office actually said that there was no reason to stay open because everything that could be invented had already been thought of!  Sometimes I feel that way, too, but then a problem comes my way that I wish had an easier solution. I shared on my facebook page : “I…

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The memory of God’s people

Last summer, someone made a wise observation that has stayed with me for weeks – the Church responds swiftly when there’s an acute, immediate need. Food drives are organized, candlelight vigils spring up across the community, and every person feels a call to get involved and serve the hurting. Then we drift from…

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Nothing like we expected

I came across this video from Walter Cronkite in 1967. In it, he describes the home of the 21st century.   It’s somewhat comical to look at this “home-computing-console”, but when you step back a bit, it was really pretty accurate. We have everything as he describes it. It just looks nothing like he thought…

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