It’s back, y’all. I’ve been buzzing around town and picking up some good stuff for this week’s cellcam tour. So, form a single-file line and have your tickets ready to be stamped before entering the tram. If you bought a season pass, you can enter the tour at any point along the way by clicking here to see other posts in this series. Hang on to your hat. Here we go… I hope you enjoyed this week’s Photo Friday. Have a great weekend. Which photo is your favorite? Why?
I have been having a terrible time getting back into the rhythm of writing this blog since returning from our furlough. Life tends to cycle. It is a breathing organism. It is a struggle to continue to thrive while fighting off the ever-present process of dying that started at birth. Mortality. We have ups and downs. We are conditioned by our humanity to think in terms of this struggle from a physical standpoint. Our physical being seems to be the most important part of our existence because it is the most tangible. We feel hot or cold. We feel hungry [...read more and comment...]
Today is a Photo Friday lite. There is one less pic this week. Sorry for that. My head has been in other places. The recording studio where I do the podcasts is in the shop. Yeah, that’s right. I use the plush back seat of my 19-year-old Mission Mobile as my audio crib. The motor went south and is being rebuilt. I am feverishly looking for another suitable place to record.Until then we have the pictorial tour of Paraguay via my cell cam. BTW, click here for more Photo Friday posts like this one. That’s all for this week [...read more and comment...]
The longer I live here in Paraguay, the more I realize what kind of stuff comes out of my mouth. Stuff I thought I would never hear myself say. Crazy stuff. Wacky stuff. It’s Stuff Missionaries Say… These are things that have actually been said. Some are borrowed from other missionaries. Some are mine. I see this DVD was made by filming the show, but was it with a hand-held camcorder or a cellphone? There are not a lot of original DVD discs available here. However, there are literally hundreds of thousands of copies. I have watched movies where shadow [...read more and comment...]
It’s time again for Photo Friday. Today is the latest tour of Paraguay and parts beyond. If you’re not sure what Photo Friday is, then click one of these links to take a gander at the rest of this series. For the rest of you die-hard fans living vicariously through the lens on my cell cam, hang on. This week’s pics bring us back from furlough and plant us firmly back in Paraguay. That’s it for this week, boys and girls. I hope you enjoyed your Photo Friday tour of Paraguay. Have a great weekend. Which one is your [...read more and comment...]
Remember those by-gone days when a refreshing malt was only the push of a button away? When a wheeled waitress would roll her way out to bring your tasty treat right to your seat, or even better, to your convertible? Remember rolling into a movie theater and never having to leave your car? Just grab a speaker, hang it on your door and enjoy your film from the comfort of your own ride. Could entertainment be any more convenient? At Jesus Junk International, we are committed to bringing you the most convenient church experience possible. We know that Dine-in service is [...read more and comment...]