Thursday, May 29, 2008
Tuesday, May 27, 2008
I haven't been practicing the piano nearly as much as I should, (what happened to the designated 3 hours a day??)
Last night I finally watched the new National Treasure. I know everyone thinks it's wonderful. Well, I think it's...ok. Not nearly as good as the first, though.
I am looking forward to seeing Indiana Jones, Prince Caspian, and Hancock (Will Smith). Those are the highlights of my future!
So, Until something more interesting happens in my life, Dolce Musica!
Friday, May 23, 2008
Please pray for the Steven Curtis Chapman family as they have just lost their youngest daughter to an accident.Read more here.
I have only had the privilege of meeting Steven once, but I have been blessed by his music and impressed by his ministry and the godly example his family has set for the eyes of the whole world to see.
Please pray for strength and comfort during this terrible tragedy.
Tuesday, May 13, 2008
Here's a few pictures.
David preparing his telescope.
Pictures from the Hubble Telescope.
These pictures were taken in space, so there is no atmosphere interference
No, those are not all individual stars. A long exposure reveals thousands of galaxies that normally cannot be seen. (http://hubblesite.org/newscenter/archive/releases/2004/07/)
Now for the pictures as seen through David's telescope.
David showing us craters and telling us the names of a lot of them...who cares to name all those?
The moon is so far away, that the tiniest little jar to the telescope would make the moon look like it was shuddering.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far away...just kidding.
This is the galaxy I can't remember the name of
This shows how the other planets protect earth from debris