BEST PHOTOBOMB OF ALL TIME?

May 7, 2016

Photo from wimp.com

Photo from wimp.com

This adorable little girl asked her dad to take a picture of her next to her favorite animal. With a huge smile on her face, she ran up in front of a Clydesdale and waited for her dad to snap the pic.

What she didn’t know was that this particular Clydesdale had a nasty habit of photobombing visitors. Neither the dad nor daughter knew what happened until later.

Photo from wimp.com

Photo from wimp.com

When they looked at the picture, this was what they saw.

No doubt this is one of the greatest photobombs we’ve ever seen. Some are even calling it the greatest photobomb of all time. After seeing just how much this horse loves showing off its pearly whites, it’s hard to disagree.

When the family got home, the dad uploaded the hilarious photo to Facebook. He didn’t expect much other than a few laughs, but a few hours later he was shocked to discover that the picture had spread like wildfire across the Internet and had been seen and shared by thousands of people. This is truly one photo they will never forget.

Photo from wimp.com

Photo from wimp.com

A big thank you to Barbara Anable for emailing this story to me!

CR


WEEKLY WRAP-UP FOR 4-30-2016

April 30, 2016

This week’s posts are:

Adielaide Australia Protests Barnevernet

Amber-Encased Lizards Showcase Recent Creation

Meltdown!

HOW SOCIALISM ENDS

Desperate Parent Leaves Norway

Video Link: New Director’s Cut of Excellent Christian Documentary: “The Real Roots of the Emergent Church”

VOICES FROM THE PAST

I spent most of my week in two area schools. I enjoyed my week as I worked with K-11th grades.

The joke of the week has two answers, one that came from my source and a better one that came from a student.

Why was the math book sad?

Photo by Jimmie

Photo by Jimmie

Source: Because it had so many problems.

Trevor (10th grade) He bought a ticket for the rhombus.

I hope you all have a blessed week in the Lord.

Chris Reimers


WEEKLY WRAP-UP FOR 4-23-2016

April 22, 2016

Over 20 posts in one week? Would you believe I have others waiting in line? It has been a great week of learning for me, not only here but on Facebook and at the schools I service. There won’t be a recap of all that was covered.

I’ll wrap it up with one of the “Jokes of the day” which I tell my students.

What do you get from a pampered cow?

Cow Photo by Kabslk Park

Cow
Photo by Kabslk Park


Spoiled milk

May God bless you and yours…

Chris Reimers


THE COMPETITIVENESS OF MANKIND

April 12, 2016

With all of the serious issues on the plate lately, I wanted a bit of levity. Hopefully this’ll work.

In truth, these are minonkind but humans act just like ’em at times. I’ve always been competitive but my understanding of scripture has improved over the years and it has caused me to see competition in an entirely different light. All Christians are running a race. The writer to the book of Hebrews states:

“Therefore, since we have so great a cloud of witnesses surrounding us, let us also lay aside every encumbrance and the sin which so easily entangles us, and let us run with endurance the race that is set before us, 2 fixing our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of faith, who for the joy set before Him endured the cross, despising the shame, and has sat down at the right hand of the throne of God. 3 For consider Him who has endured such hostility by sinners against Himself, so that you will not grow weary and lose heart.”

If you are a Christian, you understand the difference between the world’s race and the Christian’s race.

-CR

BTW…I’ll take any of you on in a game of ping-pong any day.


WEEKLY WRAP-UP FOR 4-2-2016

April 2, 2016

The week began with a wonderful celebration of the event that saved the world. I posted this in a futile attempt at getting a tiny glimpse of God’s glory:

It Features the Johann Strauss Orchestra and the Harlem Gospel Choir. Next, I posted this:

CLICK ON THIS LINK TO SEE MY COMMENTARY.

One of my “jokes of the day” that I share with my students:

What do you call a sleeping dinosaur? (A Tyrannasnoreus Rex)

Then there was this:

Top row: Haeckel’s drawings of several different embryos, showing incredible similarity in their early ‘tailbud’ stage. Bottom Row: Richardson’s photographs of how the embryos really look at the same stage. (From left: Salmo salar, Cryptobranchus allegheniensis, Emys orbicularis, Gallus gallus, Oryctolagus cuniculus, Homo sapiens.)  Photo from Creation.com

Top row: Haeckel’s drawings of several different embryos, showing incredible similarity in their early ‘tailbud’ stage.
Bottom Row: Richardson’s photographs of how the embryos really look at the same stage. (From left: Salmo salar, Cryptobranchus allegheniensis, Emys orbicularis, Gallus gallus, Oryctolagus cuniculus, Homo sapiens.)
Photo from Creation.com

READ THE ARTICLE WITH LINKS AND MY TWO CENTS HERE.

Every so often I’ve got to find something sweet. I think MAKING FRIENDS accomplishes this.

Finally, I thought I should mention that The Jesus Movement is going just as planned.

YOU CAN SEE A FEW OF MY THOUGHTS ON THE JESUS MOVEMENT HERE.

I hope you had a great week.

God’s blessings…

Chris Reimers


MAKING FRIENDS

March 30, 2016


SPEED RIDING

November 20, 2013
Photo by girolame

Photo by girolame

http://player.vimeo.com/video/36398302

It’s so nice to be in contact with Barbara Anable once again.  She sent me this and I had to put it up.  As Barbara said: “This is an amazing and beautiful video!”  How can one watch this and not think of our wonderful Creator God.

This video made me think of THIS ARTICLE CALLED “Secrets from the Most Distant Galaxy.”

Enjoy both.

cr

Photo from icr.org

Photo from icr.org


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