Category Archives: Religious

Wet Snow

As I made my way around town this morning, I marveled with the kids at the spectacle of the winter wonderland we passed through. The limbs all around us, bending low, to display their burden in beautiful form. Trees bowed to the Creator, silent and still, in reverence to the One that giveth and taketh away. The fresh coat of white, wet snow, with barely a hint of breeze, made for a postcard setting around every turn. Yesterday’s imperfections redeemed, covered anew, with barely a trace. And isn’t it fitting that we sit to enjoy, to ponder, and to draw parallels, from this place. Nature has it’s darkness as do we all, still there are moments, when perfection draws near. If you listen in silence and look past the obstacles we all erect over time, I am refreshed and can see hope from right here.

This is the day which the Lord hath made; we will rejoice and be glad in it. ~ Psalm 118:24

And if the Lord sees fit to make the rest of the week, then too will I continue my thanks for the blessing and the promise in it.










Chris Caffery Friday 12-30-16

Chris Caffery with Trans-Siberian Orchestra, 2016

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Chris Caffery Friday 12-23-16

Chris Caffery with Trans-Siberian Orchestra, 2016

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Trans-Siberian Twin Adventure

Tonight I introduced the twins to live Trans-Siberian Orchestra music, sort of. Well, it was live, and captured on video and uploaded to YouTube. Continue reading

Christmas and Kayla

Kayla Reeves, TSO East

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Well, Today’s Z-Day

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David Z and Zak Stevens, TSO East

He Was There

Christmas Day 2016, my first Christmas without my Dad here

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