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A Bundle of Myrrh

"My beloved is unto me as a bundle of myrrh." Song of Solomon 1:13

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Flashback Friday

Friday, May 1st, 2015


Oh, August of 2007 and young love…or something like that. Maybe I’ll just call it “young commitment” for Phil’s sake. He and I strolled through this little park in town 7.5 years ago, newly engaged.

And look at us now! So blessed.






Flashback Friday

Friday, April 20th, 2012


Now, a little over a year later.


Flashback Friday

Friday, March 16th, 2012

It’s time for the South By Southwest Festival back in my home town. Every year during this middle part of March I’m reminded of old days past and that culture unique to Austin Texas. Even up here in Nebraska you’ll probably hear something about it.

I read this in this Sunday’s Omaha World Herald;

  “When you’re in Austin, Texas, surrounded by people, music, bars, bands, Lone Star beer, tattoo parlors, musicians, burrito stands, rock fans, pizza shops and amazingly, even more bands, I’m not sure it gets any better.

We’re talking about the South by Southwest music festival which begins on Wednesday in Austin. SXSW is a magical time when tens of thousands of people converge in the Texas capital city to see thousands of bands perform in hundreds of venues.”

Kevin Coffey Omaha World Herald Staff Writer

This used to be “my scene”. The music, bars, bands, Lone Star beer, musicians, burrito stands, rock fans, pizza shops. To think about it now is exhausting and well, just so strange! A completely different world from where I live today.


Flashback Friday

Friday, January 13th, 2012

Winter 2012. And you just thought you were in NE. Ick.

As Christmas came and went and to my great sadness, remained brown, I got to reflecting on past winters. We have lived in NE for a little over 4 years. We just celebrated our 5th Christmas here and until this year everyone of them have been White, very very white and cold. We’ve even had to cancel Christmas services due to a blizzard. So this year I have to admit, I was quite disappointed to have no snow. And not just not have snow, we’ve had temperatures in the 60s this winter! When did we move back to Texas?

Let us take a look back.