Fortuitous Bouncing

Sorry I’m about 12 hours late from the normal time I post this. Just haven’t had time with our big moving day coming early today.

Speaking of moving, we had a lot of people come out to help us move. We got everything moved out of our old place and into our new place within 2 hours. I was impressed. We’re very blessed to have so many great friends who were willing to sacrifice some time and energy for us today.

I’d appreciate your prayers for our old lease. It ends in January and we’re still in the process of finding someone to take it over but have been unable to find anyone so far.


  1. A little out of the ordinary for my links (but come on I bought the phone and dig it)….my favorite review of the Droid, though too negative, from a normal phone user.
  2. Loved this video’s take on what Web 2.0 means for us today.
  3. Insightful post from Rhett Smith on providing understanding for parents as they interact with their kids and technology.
  4. Kem Meyer shared an interesting video on the revolution of socialnomics.
  5. C. Wess Daniels has some wonderful thoughts on limiting access to the pictures we share of our kids.


Grace and peace.

  • Melinda

    Your link on #5 is not working.

  • Jan Owen

    I liked the article on the NYC Marathon. I had no idea….do those people really finish? Wow! I feel out of shape AND boring!

    Also, I thought this paragraph from the article on the Twitter incident in Great Britain was insightful: “It was also an example of how Twitter reinforces the tendency of adults to behave like high school students, passing rude notes, spreading exaggerated rumors and obsessing endlessly — and pointlessly — about who said what mean thing about whom.” We’ve seen this on our church more on Facebook, because few of our people Twitter. I actually had to suspend a team member because of repeated inappropriate comments on FB. I felt like I was policing a 15 year old! And of course people do it in email too. There’s just something about being able to say anything you want – but not having to look anyone in the eye – that brings out some irresponsible behavior.

    Thanks for sharing.

  • James Garcia

    Carrie Prejean deserves to have her crown. She is beauiful and is also entitled to her own opinion about gays. ,’