This morning I just finished a two-part podcast episode from 99% Invisible about the Bijlmermeer, a modern architectural and city planning experiment.
I was reading through my Commonplace Book in Day One this evening and ran across this quote from a Desiring God article titled, Should Non-Christians Lead Worship?
This year I’ve been doing more gardening than in previous years, and I think I’ve gone a bit overboard. In fact, I’ve been writing myself various notes about “holding back on planting too much” that I hope I’ll conveniently find sometime around February next year.
The weather is heating up quite a bit, so we filled up the kiddie pool in the backyard today. After lunch, everyone hurried outside to play in the water, but the fun soon turned to tears and screaming when water was poured on an unsuspecting victim.
I captured a photo of some tulips in our backyard after taking a walk this afternoon. These are probably the last tulips of the season, which makes it feel like spring is almost over.
While driving to the Leadercast Live simulcast event here in the Denver Metro Area this morning, I finished listening to a podcast episode featuring journalist Tim Wu, the author of a recent New York Times opinion piece titled The Tyrrany of Convenience.
Took a walk in the rain today over lunch. It actually wasn’t too bad, especially after I got used to the idea of raindrops randomly hitting my eyeballs. I came across a helpful sign (see photo), and two geese that were patrolling on the rooftop of a nearby building.
Yesterday, my wife and I announced to our family and friends that we’re expecting our fifth child. It’s sort of mind-boggling that we are up to five – in most first-world countries today, that’s definitely not the norm.
Have you ever felt the conflict of what you knew was the “right thing” to do, but were faced with a reality that was diametrically opposed to that standard? During a team teleconference today at work, my project manager reluctantly told the client, “I guess we’ll start into development, even though the designs aren’t done.”