Video: Young Life photo slideshow

This is something I put together for a Young Life / Student Venture reunion a bunch of us had right before Christmas. It’s about 140 photos set to songs we used to sing at club around 1996-98.

If you’d like to copy this slideshow to your own computer, just right-click this link and save it.

But a warning: it’s a BIG file — about 160 megabytes!

To just watch the video without saving it, click the “continue reading” link below.

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Back from the hospital

All four of us are now back at Renaud Manor in Ferguson. The hospital stay was nice, but now we’re in for the real grind… The baby is eating, sleeping, pooping, and crying all day long. So far Jadzia has been nice with her, and we haven’t seen any huge problems. Hopefully it will stay that way. It’s good I can be home to tackle Jadzia while Yoli tackles the baby.

Click the link below to see one final video we took at the hospital.

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The newest Renaud

Our newest baby has arrived, and she’s a girl!

Right off the top, let me say that she remains nameless for the moment, but we hope to have settled on a name by the end of today.

Here’s her vitals:

  • Born July 30, at 2:23 a.m.
  • Weighed 7 pounds
  • 20.5 inches long

If you click below to continue reading this entry, you’ll be able to watch a short video of the new baby and read the story of our adventure.

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The woodpecker

Almost a week after Jonathan’s visit in March, Yoli shot a little video of the woodpecker across the street from us. This woodpecker drove us insane for a while, waking us up too early each morning with its noisy pecking. She’s shooting the video from far away, but the sound in the video is loud and clear. That might give you an idea of what we were dealing with.

The happy ending of the story (for us) was that the folks who live in that house had the tree cut down, and the woodpecker went elsewhere. We’ve slept better ever since.

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