Here are some things on my mind this Friday morning:
I love the age our older two daughters are at (9 and 8), compared to our youngest (2). I heard older parents refer to elementary school as “the glory years of parenting.” I really enjoy these years.
In church, it’s a great temptation for upper middle-class people to dress like the widow with two mites as to avoid the expectation of generosity.
Another temptation is to claim one’s giving is sacrificial when in fact it simply means one loses the freedom to spend whatever whenever.
I wonder if Hurricane Sandy would have even been noticed if it had happened in Nebraska, rather than a media hub? Who cares? People are people, and those impacted by the hurricane deserve our prayers and help.
At the risk of drawing massive scorn from my readership (which is highly Apple biased), I’m switching back to Windows from Mac with the release of Windows 8. I spent the week playing with it–and love it. I love the look, I love that even the laptops are touchscreen, and the superior software options. If you are a writer, Mac has some eye-catching software, but their editing software is poor by comparison. The biggest reason–I’m fed up with Apple’s bilking of it’s customers. Now, I can get bilked by someone else 😉
I love that Microsoft is launching a comeback right now. The wars between Google, Apple, and Microsoft mean cheaper, better service for everyone–whichever platform you pick.