Wednesday, February 16, 2011
I know I'm a little late at this, but here's a tribute a man who deserves every bit of my recognition. I'll let Reagan speak for himself. The music is from my favorite movie, and fits the occasion more than any words I could ever say.
God bless these United States indivisible before God. God bless America,
Tuesday, February 8, 2011
I've recently discovered the website of a retired English postman named Tony Richards who has made it his habit to photograph the county Cumbria Lake District on a daily basis and post his photos online. Here’s his website. The Lake District was home to famous children’s author Beatrix Potter. I've also provided a link on the right sidebar (scroll down). It’s a delightful way to start the day. Also watch the documentary above.
Disclaimer: Mr. Richards’s reference to mountains existing millions of years does not agree with my Biblical view of creation science. Nevertheless, his project is a noble and exciting one. Give him encouraging emails. He loves them.
Title photo entitled "a walk on the slopes of Loughrigg above High Close, clouds clearing from the Langdale Pikes" by Tony Richards