Heifer Ranch Changed my Student’s Outlook on Poverty

Heifer Ranch Changed my Student’s Outlook on Poverty

Every spring for six years I had the joy (and undertaking) of sponsoring a group of seventh graders on a trip to Heifer Ranch. Heifer as we came to call it is located just outside of Perryville, Arkansas. This trip was always an adventure as each group of students reacted differently to the tasks put […]
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Lovely Day for a Guinness

Lovely Day for a Guinness

Unlike Joe, I have not always been much of a beer drinker. However, the first beer I could actually stand drinking oddly enough was Guinness, but my love for this stout beer really came when we traveled to Ireland for our honeymoon. There truly is nothing like a Guinness on draft in an Irish Pub […]
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Shooting the Moon

Shooting the Moon

Growing up as a kid my dad was really interested in astronomy. Maybe this is where I get my love for looking at the moon and stars. He liked it so much that he even built his own telescope, which my parents still have in their shed. I love getting it out and looking at […]
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Dirt Clouds in the Texas Panhandle

Dirt Clouds in the Texas Panhandle

I have always been terrified of storms. Maybe that comes from growing up in tornado alley. Joe on the other hand loves looking at them and chasing them around (personally I think he is a little crazy). While living in Amarillo we had several roam around and take pictures of storms adventures, mostly of storms […]
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Origin of Sara’s Logo

Origin of Sara’s Logo

You know you are in trouble when you post a picture that your wife took and then put your logo on it…and she notices. A few years ago while we were vacationing in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sara and I decided to take some pictures. She was still learning how to use the “big” camera […]
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