February and March in Review
April 1, 2008 9:46 pm
Well, the big push for the Not So Extreme Makeover: Community Edition is complete. While one of our homes still needs some work, the every-day “work, work, work” has been finished. It was a wild two months - the only thing “not so” extreme was the amount of work that went into some of the homes. However, with our extreme efforts following God’s leading, we saw extreme results - physical needs cared for, relationships formed, and a ministry that will live on for years and years.
Now, I’m looking at this blog. “Fred Thompson for President” - heh… Seems it’s gotten a little bit out of date. I notice part 1 of a 3-part “2007 Year in Review” series - this won’t be finished. There is the conspicuous absence of a Martin Luther King, Jr. birthday post and a Sanctity of Human Life post - these will probably go undone as well. Feel free to browse the archives and remember what I’ve said in previous years - I still feel that way. :) (Of course, with Barack Obama and Jeremiah Wright out there, we may still have a race-based post before the year is out.)
The blog is now running WordPress 2.5, so it’s up to the latest and greatest version. Coming very shortly is a huge “Plagiarism Is the Sincerest Form of Flattery” post, which will catch up with all the interesting stuff we missed over the past several weeks. I’ll also get around to replacing Fred’s button with one more timely at some point.