Sarah made the discovery of the week when she scored these truck and airplane magnets.
American religion is conspicuous for its messianically pretentious energy, its embarrassingly banal prose, and its impatiently hustling ambition. None of these marks is remotely biblical. None is faintly in evidence in the gospel story. All of them are thoroughly documented diseases of the spirit.
— Eugene H. Peterson
There comes a time in every young man’s life when he must put on a flannel shirt and bear overalls and meet his first pumpkin. For Charles, that time was a sunny day at a local farm with Sarah and Grandma and Grandpa Wildman.
And, of course, Sarah brought the camera along for this day of firsts.
“I divide my officers into four classes; the clever, the lazy, the industrious, and the stupid. Each officer possesses at least two of these qualities. Those who are clever and industrious are fitted for the highest staff appointments. Use can be made of those who are stupid and lazy. The man who is clever and lazy however is for the very highest command; he has the temperament and nerves to deal with all situations. But whoever is stupid and industrious is a menace and must be removed immediately!”
— General Kurt von Hammerstein-Equord