I’ve been attending Grace Chapel now for almost 3 years and so far, it’s been transformational — all due to the people that are now part of my life who also attend there.
I absolutely love working for the Resource Center helping people with Bible and book choices in our book store. I’m also just starting to work on the Tech Team with audiovisual for the Men’s meetings. I’m also loving the time of sharing during the Veterans and 1st Responders Group. And now, being part of the Heartprint Writer’s Group is just icing on the cake. I’ve always wanted to get more into writing. Not sure where it will take me but wherever I land is fine!
Well, I’m back in Maine enjoying a visit with Jo Ann’s parents. We’ll spend a week enjoying the familiar spots I always like to visit. We’ll visit Chamberlain’s grave (hint: Gettysburg), Bath, Black Bridge, Brunswick, and what used to be the Brunswick NAS.
We took a wonderful Sunday drive and enjoyed the absolutely wonderful 70 degree weather. It was great especially the breeze and wonderful skies. I took quite a few pictures and geotagged them so you can even see exactly where I took them. Just go to the FLICKR site below, enjoy the photos, and check them out on the map.
It’s almost 10pm and we’re winding down from our trip to Fall Creek Falls. We’re settling into the inn for the night. I actually walked down to the bottom of the falls today! It was unbelievably rocky and steep. This old fart is sore and tired! I have wonderful pictures to upload to flickr for everyone to see but Jo Ann is busy using the laptop to do her “FarmVille” on facebook! Check them later tonight or tomorrow. The Internet available here at the state park is slow and only available in the lobby and conference rooms. Anyway, it’s our 29th wedding anniversary and we’re not here to surf the net if ya know what I mean!!
One of the things I’ve been doing with photography at my flickr.com site is adding the pictures I take to the map at flickr. This lets you know where the pictures were actually taken. However, it is a manual procedure and some pictures are taken on road trips and not a locations you can easily remember especially later that night or days later when you upload the pictures. So I’m going to try this device that you simply attach someone on your person and it constantly writes your GPS location to a log. You can then later (using software) take your pictures with their timestamps and match them to the GPS log and it’s timestamps and know exactly where the picture was taken. I’ll give it a try tomorrow and update here how it goes.
Anna and Thomas visited family for the last 3 days here in Fairview, TN and Franklin, TN. They stayed with us two days and we thoroughly enjoyed it. They leave to go back by plane tomorrow. Enjoy the photos at the flickr link below:
Well, we’re here and enjoying our stay with Thomas, Anna, Elijah, and our new granddaughter Marilyn Elizabeth. We just got back from a visit to the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and Union Station. Enjoy the pictures here.
God's newest little blessing!
Welcome to the world — Marilyn Elizabeth Hendrix! Marilyn was born at 5:05am this morning and weighed in at 8 pounds and 20 1/4 inches. She is doing great and Anna (mom) is doing fine as well. We will be leaving Friday (yipee) to visit with Thomas and Anna and help out with the baby! They already have an 18 month old named Elijah. It is all Jo Ann is talking about — finally a girl. Thomas is currently stationed at Fort Myer, Virginia where is in the 3rd US Army Infantry Regiment, 4th Battalion, 529th Regimental Support Company of the Old Guard as a Combat Medic. Here’s their website — Old Guard.