Monthly Archives: February 2010
Preparing for this weekend’s sermon about finding certainty in the midst of chaos– that’s what faith can help us with– I suddenly remembered the incident from a few years ago where a young woman (a single mother) was held hostage … Continue reading
I love these short films that are shot with tilt-shift focus. This one features New York City, filmed with a very narrow band of focus that fools the eye into seeing miniatures. The Sandpit from Sam O'Hare on Vimeo. Click … Continue reading
Grandma Walters used to say “the older you get, the faster time flies”. She usually followed her statement with a deep sigh. I find myself sighing more often these days. I remember being thirteen and thinking that my fourteenth birthday … Continue reading
A very moving reminder to always wear a seat belt.
I consider myself to be a somewhat non-competitive guy. I like to win, to persuade, to be on top of any issue, but not at the expense of another. Football has never been of much interest to me since it … Continue reading