Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Thought for Today

This is from Sportsman's Devotional which I receive daily. I felt compelled to share it for some reason.

Bible Study Verse
Deuteronomy 32:31a
"Indeed their rock is not like our Rock," (NASB)

The last time I went to a favorite fishing hole we discovered that a major flood had totally changed the area. You may have had a similar experience with a special hunting or fishing spot. It seems like everything is changing around us. From politics to the economy; nothing seems very sure anymore.

Action Point
Jesus won't change on us! As my pastor said many years ago, He is the Rock that won't roll!" There is no one more solid or dependable than Jesus. His love for us is real and cannot be shaken by anything. He is not afraid of the present circumstances or of anything in the future. His personality will always be the same and His goodness will last forever. Turn to Him for encouragement, there is no friend more solid than Jesus!

Sunday, August 2, 2009

Game Camera--Not the Results I was hoping for

Here are some pics from my game camera. Bummer that I'm not seeing deer, but I do have a cow "posing," twin calves, and a coyote.

Thursday, July 30, 2009


Every year I brag about my wife and how well she puts the BHS Prom together. This year, I'm still bragging, but I am a lot slower getting around to posting the pics. The Prom was later this year due to postponement from swine flu. Anyway, Kudos to Rachelle and Ron Franklin for another great prom.

Hunter and Tayce Pics

Here's a few pics from this summer.

Sea World 2009

Okay, it's been awhile since my last update. Earlier this month, Rachelle and I took Hunter on a trip to Sea World and the San Antonio Riverwalk, and he had a blast. He did not, however, like Shamu. Shamu spashed Hunter when he wasn't ready. After shedding a few tears, he recovered and had a great time.

Sunday, June 21, 2009

Getting Ready for Deer Season

Here's the first pic from my trail camera. It doesn't show any deer, but it does show me and Heath getting the deer feeder ready.