It took two trips to the shop, to make the alternator hum again.
Please keep putting out 14 volts, keeping me sane.
A multimeter stays in the car always.
To check the voltage often for coming days.
Sonnie and I explored Bethany yesterday – you know, the place mentioned in the Bible, where Jesus visited Martha and Mary.
“Martha, Martha,” the Lord answered. “You are worried and upset about many things. But few things are needed. Really, only one thing is needed. Mary has chosen what is better. And it will not be taken away from her.” (Luke 10:41-42)
Took a whole bunch of pictures today at the school Fall Carnival Festival. Since it’s a Christian school, Halloween is not celebrated, but dressing up in costumes is.
These are two of my most interesting shots, with a sprinkle of superpower and a dash of wizardry. 🙂
Six in the morning; a walk back from the gym, greeted by the crescent moon and Venus over Bethlehem.
It’s a great way to start a day, with grueling sets out of the way; knowing that only the brighter hours lie ahead.
We ran, along the valley, chasing our own shadows.
I thought of A Square in the novella, “Flatland.”
He could not convince others to see beyond 2D.
How far can our shadows see?
The long weekend assignment for my Yearbook/Photography students was to replicate either a famous photo/painting or a snapshot of their childhood. These are some of the results, shot with their cellphones. Their creativity do not disappoint. They surprise me; they touch me.
A walkway at Walworth Barbour American International School near Tel Aviv, Israel. Our school athletes visited here yesterday for a soccer and basketball tournament. It was a privilege for them to visit such a nice area, outside the walls. It was the nicest school I have ever seen, anywhere.
A view from the front of Jerusalem School of Bethlehem (JSB) this morning – sunny and beautiful. It then got windy, rainy nasty.
It is often quiet before the storm. We just need to take it all, whatever is thrown at us, and think beyond the immediate; long.
There are many passages in the bible that mention stone fences. Around here in Bethlehem, the construction method has not changes much since. Men stack stones of all sizes, one at a time, day after day, just as their ancestors have done.
An HDR image of the Blood Moon over Jordan Valley, using 3 shot bracket pictures, shot from our house in Isawiyya, East Jerusalem. What does it mean to me? Unity.