a day in pictures from BBC.com had this photo with the following caption. “Five-year-old Emmanuel Macasucao picks up broken plates a day after a tornado hit his family’s home in northern Philippines.”
how about the gun he’s holding in the other hand!
That’s our softball record. Last week we had a big win and we pulled up to a tie last night.
The game started off well. I brought in a couple runs on an in-the-park homer. I slid into home and burned up my arm. It looks pretty good right now. I still have marks on my knees from sliding last year.
They scored several in the next inning and then we pulled it in close.
We played some awesome defense in the last inning to keep it tied up, and had a great time!
i was sitting around with Caleb the other day playing dominoes when i asked him a question.
“Caleb, what do you want to be when you grow up?”
“oh yeah, what kind of Daddy do you want to be?”
that is so awesome, and scary. that means that i have to be a good daddy; not that i wasn’t planning on it anyway. i love this about Caleb though. he also says that he wants to be a “big daddy”.
that’s some huge responsibility being a daddy. i’m setting an example and trying to balance that with discipline. i pray that God will bless me with wisdom to teach Caleb and that he will gain understanding through me (Proverbs 4:1). i love the little man. he is so much fun right now. i can’t wait to take him fishing and go camping, ride bikes, play catch, and all those fun activities.
Lord, please give me wisdom and patience to be the kind of father your children deserve. Help me to discipline with love and teach righteousness. Guide my actions so I am a good example for my children. Help me to be an excellent husband so that my son will know how to treat a woman and my daughter will understand how she deserves to be treated.