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This was the translation I used when Jane and I read through the Gospels in 90. I got the New Testament translation free for filling out a survey before they had completed the translation. Will be handy to have Acts and Psalms on the Kindle. Hope this finds others who are interested in this new translation.
Jane and I have been doing our best to go for a stroll around the neighborhood most afternoons -- after work but before dinner. It's hot, but not as hot as it's going to get. I lather up baby toes with sunblock, snap a hat on her head and put her under the canopy of her stroller. Away we go.
Yesterday we met a lady walking her two dogs. One of the dogs loves babies and was at just the right height to lick some baby toes. Jane didn't mind at all! The only weird thing I guess was that the lady thought Jane was a boy. That rolled off our backs and we kept on moving, saying goodbye to our new puppy friends.
At the park, which I don't like walking to because there's no sidewalk for part of the way where three roads intersect, there was one other family there -- two little boys with their parents. The parents were under the pavilion on their iPhones while the boys, complete with un-ironic mohawks, ran around the play ground. We said hello as Jane and I entered the park,…
We've owned our house for less than a year, but in that time we've
probably received a dozen mailings from various charities that include
address labels. Most have been for Shawn, but I did get one that had my
name on them. It just seems so weird. The first time Shawn got one he
opted to provide a small donation. Could that be what has instigated the
continued mailings of address labels? We've stopped even registering
what charity they are from and laugh that there's yet another set of
Don't get me wrong, we're using them (which means I don't use my
cute return address stamp). But it just doesn't seem like an effective
way to get donations. And if it IS effective, why didn't we ever receive
them before we owned a home? Do the address-label-senders create their
mailing lists from homeowner records?
When googling for a picture (since I don't want our address visible, even if it is public record) I found this website: http…