Thursday, July 05, 2007

We're In...

Here's the skinny.

I'm blogging from a terminal at Lawson-McGee Library in downtown Knoxville. A strictly utilitarian internet connection seems to be the order of the day here, so this will be short if it happens at all. The glad news is, we're in. I'll put up some photos of the new place as soon as possible. It was an immeasurable blessing when 11 people from our church showed up to help move. That's about a quarter of our church, if anyone's keeping score. I was grateful to see the Bride work like she should.

Yesterday was July the Fourth. I was a bit disconcerted driving home on a barren interstate and watching the city bubble in apoplectic fashion with magnesium flares lit by folks in various states of intoxication, especially given the drought situation throughout the Southeast. Ah, well. We can't win them all.

More to come.

He open the door with his master key, and set a package down on the empty counter for the new arrivals. They had an awful lot of books, but perhaps there was hope yet...


and Blogger Adam addressed the Senate...

nice, man. what a blessing to be "in" your new house! let's pray for it to quickly become a home for you.

*sigh* i remember using "free" internet @ the library and @ panera bread just to keep my blog alive! (oh, and email, too!) those were the days.

peace and mucho coffee...

3:01 PM, July 05, 2007  

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