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Back to the Arboretum

We’ve got about one week left here in Dallas as we await followup visits I need with the sleep doctor and the cardiologist. Since it’s stinkin’ hot in Dallas (it will get hotter) and humid (it will get more humid), … Continue reading

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Dallas Arboretum

Through our mission we have access to an annual free pass to the world-renown Dallas Arboretum. It normally closes at 5 p.m., but throughout the next few months, closing time extends to 8 p.m. on Wednesdays. We didn’t know that … Continue reading

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A Sleep Solution

I’ve not been keeping up with the blog much on this trip. That’s mostly because there hasn’t been much to write about without getting into a ton of medical details. I can’t imagine anyone want to read all that, and … Continue reading

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C.A.M.

18 years ago today, about this time of day, in a third-world hospital operating room (more of a stall than a room), crammed in there with a pretty good teaching doctor, an anesthesiologist (who doubled as a photographer), a few … Continue reading

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The Test

So we made it to Dallas on Sunday evening, a day earlier than expected. Just before leaving home, I decided to try to drive to the border in one day rather than two days. We made it without any problems. … Continue reading

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Before We Go

In just a few days, we’ll be back in the van, loaded to the gills (not quite like when we return in 4 months), and looking ahead to another epic road trip. This time, we’ll mostly be staying put in … Continue reading

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Baptizing Them in the Name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit

Today was an important day in the life of our little house church. We’ve not been growing in numbers, but we’re growing. And part of that growing was the commitment that 5 adult believers in the church made to obey … Continue reading

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