My heart became hot within me. As I mused, the fire burned;
then I spoke with my tongue: "O Lord, make me know my end and what is the measure of my days; let me know how fleeting I am!"
Charlie looks tan!
oh yeah, and nice book title!! I noticed that.
Hey Jared (and other Olivettis), I just wanted to say Hi from Oz! I hope that things are going well for you and everything you're involved in. I've been hearing reports that the church plant effort is going well and that evening services are pretty soon to commence, which seems to me like a really neat thing! I will try and keep you and the Lafayette AND W. Lafayette church in my prayers.By the way, in my traversing through your posts, I noticed you reviewed that Joss Stone album, and I was just curious if you borrowed it from the W. Lafayette library, because I checked it out from there a little while back. I thought it was okay, but certainly didn't love it. Anyways, tell your family I say Hi! (And I'm sure the Fishers do as well - I'm at their house right now if you didn't know. And my family I am certain says hello as well. :))God Bless!-AllenP.S. Man, bloggers word-verification codes seem to be getting longer!
Hey Allen, fancy meeting you here. Well, you already said "hi" for us so I guess I can skip a greeting. Hey hope you all had a great vacation ... er, holiday. We're heading to the mountains and then to Sydney next week for our first ozzie vacation... er, holiday. Graeme is starting MIT with Allen and another guy in the church and I'm planning on attending as well. I"m looking forward to participating and having the study at our new place. Its good to be able to use our location and space for study and fellowship. We hope we can continue to do so.so long from geelong!-b
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