This was my first Android phone, the T-Mobile myTouch. I really liked this phone because it had a physical keyboard that slid out from the side. It’s amazing how far these things have come. Check out the app buttons and how they have changed too.
The world is not black and white but high definition color with many dimensions and possibilities. I posted this on Facebook a couple years ago and its still very true today.
In many places of worship services have been conducted online in various presentations. My church hasn’t met since March and we are using local health department stats to determine when we will return to in-person worship. I have to say I miss being in my church home with my church peeps.
However at this time nothing is more important than safety for our congregation where you have a mixed demographic of people, health concerns and ages.
Doing church sometimes means being away from a building and that’s OK. I miss serving in worship but loving thy neighbor means doing the hard job of caring for them not only spiritually but physically too.
May God bless all people, everywhere who are just trying to get by these days.
Each year my cities power and fiber optics service create holiday window displays featuring a festive theme. This part of the display is appropriate these days because utility workers are driving around in areal bucket trucks like the one seen here to get the power back on for those who were impacted by the tornadoes of Easter Sunday. Utility workers risk their lives to be sure we can have electricity and fiber optics which powers so much of our own lives.
Hockey is Canada’s game that is played around the world. This is a very nice museum honoring the game and the greats of the game.
This beautiful estate belonged to Henry Pellatt a Canadian financier and soldier. In later years it’s been a tourist destination and event space.
This is what the neighborhood looked like nine years ago. Pretty impressive for mid December.
I know on the calendar it’s Fall but the weather is more like Summer. So with that thought I present Richard Marx in his hit song Endless Summer Nights. Our weather here is very Summer like and it doesn’t seem to be letting up in the coming days.