I thought it would be best if I informed you beforehand about the changes you will notice over the next couple of weeks. Those changes will be largely driven by the fact that I will not be here. My bride and I are going off on vacation, and will be gone for a couple of weeks (May 19-31). So that’s the first thing. When it comes to staring at this site, it will appear to you that something must be stuck, and you will attempt to fix it by hitting the refresh button. But that won’t work because I am off on vacation, busy hitting my refresh button.
I will miss posting new content here for the next two Mondays and the next two Wednesdays. But I did do something for those of you who think you might need a little mablogian fix in the meantime. Being thoughtful the way I am, I recorded to video four blog posts from the archives that were written before we started recording these things, and they will be posted on those respective days. So if you usually get your Mablog content via the YouTube channel, you might not even notice that I am gone.
And when I get back, Lord willing and the crik don’t rise, I will tell you about how we went up the hill, and then came down again.
Have a great vacation, sir!
Enjoy your vacation Doug!
May God bless your time away, keep you both safe, refresh your bodies and souls, invigorate your love and enjoyment for one another (and Him), and may He, somehow by His infinite power, fill up your regular readers with some remotely sufficient alternative to the wisdom and wit that you impute to this hallowed corner of the interwebs. Selah!
Wait you watch! While Doug and Nancy are away on vaca …All mayhem will break loose!
[Numbers 6:24-26 NKJV] The LORD bless you and keep you; The LORD make His face shine upon you,
And be gracious to you; The LORD lift up His countenance upon you,
And give you peace.
That is my prayer for you both during this time of refreshing. Thank you to both of you for your words of wisdom which are slowly turning me into a Chestertonian Calvinist– the Calvinist part was settled a few years ago before I found you and knew what it was… but the Chestertonian part is still a struggle though a definite work in progress.