In mid September, I was asked to put together a little “celebration dinner” for a recent SW brother who made his lifelong commitment. This was a chance for his family and some of our brothers to celebrate together and honor God for what he’s done in Noel’s life. Here was the menu: Appetizer Salmon Mousse
In an attempt to register for a photography competition, I reviewed my recent pictures. The competition sign-up fell through because this brother was too cheap to pay money to register… but the process of selecting some picts was rather enjoyable. The following is my “top 40” from May 2013 to Feb 2014. Enjoy!
My household, and a few other very competent sous-chefs, and I put together the 2013 SW Christmas Dinner. It was such a success that I had to make a bit of a photographic event of it as well… This was the menu: ANTIPASTO Muhammara Hummous Zatar Tapenade ————— ———————————— PRIMO Eggplant, Red Pepper
The 2014 calendar was inspired by a number of zoo and aquarium visits Nico did during his summer 2013 vacation. (My hearty thanks to all the great friends who made this possible!) Two calendars were produced this year, one of animals, and one of just birds. Below is the broad selection of pictures that were
Below is a brief collection of things I’ve found online that present the Lord’s Day as we celebrate it in the Sword of the Spirit: Andy Pettman put together a 10min video. Hugh Potter spoke on the Lord’s Day in Antioch a few years ago. I have a talk on the idea of rest and
I was once again responsible for putting together the Christmas celebrative dinner this year. My records show that I’ve done the Christmas feast 10 times in the last twelve years. What a joy! This year I tried some new appetizers: The menu is here. Do feel free to email me if you’re interested in the
A home visit to my native Alps during July of 2012. Some of the names are in French. My thanks to my father for all the help with the floral nomenclature! Hiking Photos Flowers and bugs from those hikes Panoramas that made my shutter flutter And finally, a few family picts…