{Today's Letters}

Monday, February 27, 2012

Today's Letters: Dear Mr. Loerke PA-C, this weekend you gave stitches to a little girl who fell and hit her head on the fireplace, watched a 65 year old man die of cardiac arrest, and had to tell a patient that she had miscarried. You are {STILL} the bravest man I know. Dear Late Night Snack, who knew a Bill Cosby Jell-O pudding cup bedazzled with chocolate chips could taste so delicious? Four points for making me feel like a kid again. Dear Tim Keller, looking forward to reading your new book The Meaning of Marriage on our 26 hour plane ride to Africa. The minute I start to think I have some wisdom in this area is the moment He shows me how little I know. Dear Husband, last night's dinner, movie, and a walk = the shiz. Love being your sidekick!

Happy freaking Monday, Homies! Did any of you watch the Oscars last night? Which movies did you add to your Netflix queue? We're looking forward to seeing The Artist, Hell and Back Again, and Undefeated

PS, several of you have asked me to re-post about the budgeting software Tim and I use. You can check it out here! We've been Mvelopes users for 6 years and can't imagine using another software to help us steward the resources we've been given.

12 comments:

Han said...

Tim - you superstar that must have been a really hard day but I imagine that you were lovely and friendly and answered any questions and things like that.

I didn't watch the Oscars but me and my friend have been comparing predictions. I saw the Iron Lady at the cinema - I'm wanting/waiting to see Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close having read the book at high speed over the last few weeks ready for the film!

Sweet Tea and God's Graces said...

The jell-o pudding cup/chocolate chip combo is one of my favorite late night snacks! So underrated.
I'll be praying for y'alls trip to Africa :)

Kathleen said...

First time commentor...long time reader (and had the pleasure of hearing your testimony at Re|Engage). Had to go to medical city this weekend to get an iv for my severely dehydrated 3 year old. Asked for Tim...wish you had been there!When i read the post that you were starting there and maybe you would see us there, never thought it would be us! Great staff there and they had very nice things to say about you! Thanks for your blog. Challenging - helpful - inspiring.

Papa said...

Tim, when we are confronted with death, we learn how to live our lives more fully and love more often. That 65 yr. old man could have just as easily been me. Thank you for making a difference in the lives of so many when you must face death on a daily basis. Have faith and remain strong. Pops

Robyn said...

Not seen anything about the Oscars-but heard a bit of a clip on VOA radio as I was driving home from work today.
Still haven't seen The Beginners-and reay really want to.

Scott said...

Just finished Meaning of Marriage last night... It was incredible. I wish he would come out with the sequel - Additional Meanings of Marriage or something like that! Hope you enjoy it on your trip to Uganda!

Maria F said...

My sister and I watched the Oscars and were both so happy when Juan Dujardin one Best Actor! We loved the Artist so much. :) It's DEFINITELY a recommendation!

I hope to see The Tree of LIfe soon and also Moneyball!

Katie said...

I discovered your blog a few weeks ago through Pinterest. It's been one of my favorite things I've found through Pinterest lately.

My husband and I just started asking each other your weekly questions. I can already tell that they will be a wonderful addition to our marriage. Thank you so much for sharing!!

Kristina said...

Thank you so much for your wonderful blog. I've been reading it every day and (although we aren't married yet) I can't wait to start doing some of the same things with my boyfriend. Thank you again, its been a great thing to look forward to each day :)

Merritt | LiveSimplyLove said...

Didn't watch the Oscars but I'm culling through Facebook and fav blogs looking for options to add to the Netflix queue. Fun! And how was Anonymous? Really want to see that. We just watched The Prestige. It's a few years old. Have you seen it? It's awesome!

Excited for you guys to go to Uganda. Can't wait to hear about it once you're home!

Mandy Gaskill said...

You have a very courageous husband. God has given him the opportunity to be a beacon of the love and Grace of our heavenly Father to those that are hurting. What an honor!

I have been dying to watch Incredibly Loud and Extremely Close. I've heard it's amazing. I'm an English major and heard that Midnight and Paris was funny.

I just started reading "When Sinners Say I Do" this evening. You have given me more books than I have time for! But I hope I can check this new one out too. :)

Meg said...

There are so many things that I love about this post. Todays letters, keep 'em coming.

However, I don't like the things that happened to Tim's patients. That's so sad. Yall are cute!

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