I just returned from a getaway trip to Shenandoah and must say that I have returned truly spiritually blessed.
Things I learnt on the trip:
– Remember to remember the answered prayers
– Remember the reason for having and being able to share with Christians
– Remember reason, memory, faith even when spiraling downward
Things I wish I could have done on the trip:
Rafting down the Shenandoah river. Thought it’s only a grade 2, I imagine the scenic beauty would have been truly worth it. On the whole, I would definitely recommend the Angler, Drifter or Paddler cabins. They come fully equipped with all the luxuries of life (AC, comfortable beds) but don’t have the distractions of email and media.
The Gateway to Zambia is an important resource on Zambia
“Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but the really great make you feel that you, too, can become great”
I’m going to coin a phrase that I haven’t seen elsewhere but hope at the same time that I’m not abusing someone’s copyright. Either way, we’ve all heard of Frequently Asked Questions or Frequently Answered Questions, but more often I find myself looking for information sources where I can spend time trying to learn or understand something as opposed to just finding an easy solution. So, to aid with this, if I come across something that should be helpful in learning or understanding something I’ll drop it in a section called Frequently Asked Links or FALs to aid others in their quest for knowledge.
Does someone know of a script that I can use to display a calendar in Blogger that is in sync with the archives? I’m also trying to find an efficient way of tagging a message or blog into various categories. Right now it looks like both these options are not implemented by default.