006: Home Technology

Kerrie and I sat down at the table and had a conversation about technology.   Here are some of the basics we talked about: Wi-Fi Your WiFi system is the hub for connecting everything together in your home. It is important to...
March 2019 March is the month of transition. In the northern hemisphere spring officially begins on March 20th. And. TableThink is ready for it. The transition from winter to spring can seem slow.  Even so, making the transition into the season of spring reflects...
My parents recently moved from the city where they lived more than in any other place in their life, leaving their beautiful country home outside of the city as well as their daily routine.  They are now living next...
I watched a certain ten-year-old perform with her peers in a casual orchestra concert. My attention was drawn to every move she made as she played her instrument.  It's amazing to watch a human-being grow and change, leaning into...
It’s Monday!    We separate the weekend from the 5-day week.  Slowing down on the weekend is key to gearing up and doing what's ours to do during the week.  So. We have agreed Monday is our day to ramp...
As far as I'm concerned, Oregon's Cannon Beach is one of the wonders of the world.  Its infamous Haystack Rock rises above the shoreline, underscoring the miraculous work of God.  I've enjoyed walking on the sandy shoreline in this...
It's the weekend! I am sitting and looking at our pew as I write this.  This pew is over one hundred years old.  It's a part of our life together.  We've hauled it along with us each time we moved...
Would you say you love to cook or that you love to bake?  I guess I wouldn’t say that I “love” doing either but I would say that I enjoy both.  There are specific reasons I can contribute to...

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I have sat at the table with many people who have pressed into the belief of never being enough. It seems to be more prevalent than ever. There's a narrative within each of us, telling the story of our past, now, and not-yet. The...
I had not understood the magnitude of the issue . . . until . . . I sat in a room filled with  young parents.  Each one had their head down, focused on their phone.  Every. single. one. I wondered...