Yesterday, my wife started her Low Iodine Diet (LID) again. This is the third time that we’ve been through this and we’ve started collecting some recipes and tips to make things a lot easier. Some basic guidelines on dietary needs can be found here. It can be daunting at first when the diet starts, because it seems so limiting to what you can do. But thanks to the power of internet, and a lot of good people out there, it isn’t as stressful as it sounds. Here are a few items to help…
Greater love has no one than this, that someone lay down his life for his friends. (John 15:13 ESV)
Thank you. As my family enjoys today, we do it knowing that our freedom came at a price, and that you were willing to make it. Sacrifice is no small thing to make, and you are honored for it. It seems so insignificant to write down a few words, but words to have power and at this moment in time I hope this small gesture provides lasting impact.
Thank you to my parents, grandparents, uncles, cousins, and others in our family that have served or are serving.
Thank you to my friends, both near and far, that have served or are serving today.
Thank you to the anonymous veteran that has stumbled upon this post. I don’t know you personally, but I know of your sacrifice and I appreciate it deeply.
Thank you to those no longer with us, having given your life so that people you will never know generations after your own could live free.
One evening, when my girls were about four years old, we were playing in the office under a huge pile of sheets and comforters, waiting to be put into the wash after a visit from some relatives. Sheets can be oddly magical portals, and somewhere in the pile of wrinkles and pillows, a couple new people came to visit. Continue reading
About a year and a half ago I wrote a little article explaining Bitcoin and how you too, with little or no money, can get some satoshis and enjoy in this new emerging world. Sadly I think that this time is at an end. Continue reading
We ran into an issue with our Sitefinity instance where the default menu navigation that was provided wasn’t cutting the mustard. We needed something more elaborate. However, we wanted to display an “active” box in our menu options based on the page the user was on. After some trial and error, here’s how you do it.
My iPhone finally arrived and while all of my Google Contacts and Hotmail contacts transferred over right away (hazzah for some cloud things) I was still missing some contacts. Those were the ones that were saved to Verizon’s contact manager. However, Backup Assistant Plus (the app that came with the phone) was no longer accessible on my phone, even though it appears that contacts were being backed up. Here’s what you need to do to get your contacts over. Continue reading
An interesting question was posed at bible study this week…
Was Paul in prison, or did he have an office and a personal assistant?