"When you kill time, remember that it has no resurrection."" -A.W. Tozer
Revival Amps is coming.
Greg Laswell has a new record coming soon. I love the remake of "Comes and Goes in Waves":
Monday will be fun watching Baylor Men's Basketball at Kansas with my dad at Kansas!
- Really stoked on this piece Teton Gravity put out while testing the new RED Epic camera:
I put these D'Addario strings on the Taylor 414 and I've been loving the sound. The gauges are optimal for DADGAD, and they're playing really well. I highly recommend them.
Are you a headphone snob? Check out this list of great headphones from NPR.
Well, Justin Vernon can do this too! Not even surprised...
Sad March Madness is over, but it always cracks me up that even though the championship happened last night, the early rankings for next year's men's college basketball teams are already posted. (Sic 'Em Bears @ #21!)
These weeks are flying by! Lacey is starting classes at her new school on Monday and I am so proud of how she is throwing every effort she has at this new job. (Super proud husband here.) I am helping her in the classroom today and I am excited to lead worship at Clairemont Emmanuel this weekend. Always fun to team up with my dad. Now, some links:
- National Geographic released the winners of their Traveler 2012 Photo Contest this week. Below is my favorite photo of the week:
(Photo by Ken Bower/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest)
Have I already mentioned how pumped I am for the new Lakers roster? Dwight Howard on top of Kobe, Steve Nash, Ron Artest & Pao Gasol?! That photo is just ridiculous.
Everyone has been watching Charity: Water since they set the bar so high in conveying what they do as an organization with their media. They released a new home page this week and they definitely met the level of clarity and simplicity they've done so well with.
It is inspiring to get a glimpse into lives of people who craft things with their hands: thosewhomake.com
This week, two of my favorite companies (Evernote & Moleskine) announced they are combining forces. I carry both of them with me essentially everywhere I go to record notes, ideas, quotes, thoughts, etc. I am interested to see how this notebook turns out.
(Photo by Pawel Kopczynski/Reuters. From The Big Picture.)
Hard to believe that the Olympics end on Sunday! We've thoroughly enjoyed watching along with the world. Usain Bolt is a beast. And can you imagine if he actually ended up playing for Manchester United?
You may have seen this floating around the internet this week, but the New York Times put out a really interesting look at the history of medalists in the 100-meter sprint.
Check out Lacey's new favorite blog: mckaylaisnotimpressed.tumblr.com
I was encouraged when I heard these words this week: "God never hurries. There are no deadlines against which he must work. Only to know this is to quiet our spirits and relax our nerves." -A.W. Tozer
Talk about brutal taxes. This could drive France insane, or a lot of people out of there.
Mumford & Sons are back! It is exciting to hear this song in anticipation for the rest to follow.
- Last but not least, happy birthday to my Dad! So thankful to be your son.
If you read a fair amount of articles or blogs, the topic of responding to your lifestyle when you say "I'm busy" too much is one you've read about. What Tim Kreider put out in the New York Times a few weeks ago is the best piece I've ever read on the subject.
If you're not a fan of David Ramirez, stop reading and get off my blog. Just kidding. Don't do that, but do download the free acoustic version of his new song, "Stick Around".
One of my favorite (and first) memories from growing up in Paris was Dad taking us camping and following portions of the Tour de France. Looking through these photos gets me hoping I'll get to go back to see it.
(Photo by Christophe Ena/Associated Press)
Starting Wednesday, Lacey and are going to a cabin in Canada for a week or so. Excited to decompress with her, spend time in a beautiful place together, read a lot, write some.
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