Do you live like you have great wealth?
Let God judge. You be a follower and learn to love.
If you don’t ask you can’t learn.
Minutiae has no meaning to God. Bring Him everything.
He is risen!!
Edge of the seat living.
My alma mater made the school proud. Great NCAA run boys.
Just go outside for a minute.
Day trip to Sedona with the kids. One rock formation stood out as looking just as described. Snoopy on his back with Woodstalk on his nose.
Tried black rice as part of our HelloFresh meal tonight. First time eating black rice. Not bad. Hard to see below the pork stir fry.
I know I may be a little late to the game but Volumes in APFS are very welcome in my world now.
Yep. That time of year.
Perspectives are good but you also have to be willing to listen to other’s.
I haven’t had a Mac for over a year as my mid-2012 15” MacBook Pro screen stopped working and my wife’s 2009 15” MacBook Pro gave up the ghost.
I decided to setup everything as new on my new M1 MacBook Air with a 512GB internal drive.
Borrowing an idea from the Mac Geek Gab’s Dave Hamilton.
My thoughts on the setup I am thinking about:
Account 1: My account using the “Optimize Storage” option for photos and documents. Keeping my music library on iCloud using my Apple Music subscription. That way I have all my information without carrying any external drives
Account 2: My wife’s account using “Full Version” for all her photos, documents and music (much smaller space requirements from mine.)
Account 3: A “Backup” account that logs in with my Apple ID. All data goes on an external drive with “Full Versions” option checked. That way I have a “copy” of all my data that I can backup to whatever sources I choose (i.e. Time Machine; Carbon Copy Clone drive; another online storage option).
One issue that I am aware of: I can’t use Fast User Switching because my account and the backup account would be accessing the iCloud data simultaneously. I understand that can pose a significant problem especially with the Photos Library.
I would appreciate any thoughts.
Too much cuteness. My granddaughter and new Labrador puppies.
Reflect (think deeply) about what you reflect (throw back) to the world.
My wife got an airbrush kit for her birthday. She makes really good sugar cookies and decorates them really nicely. She thought adding airbrushing would kid up her game. I think she is correct.
I stopped posting all the foods we make but I really enjoyed this prosciutto wrapped chicken with pasta.
Our message must be direct. Circumlocution only leads to confusion.
As we say goodbye to friends and relatives we say hello to a second grandchild. There go my allergies.
COVID has taken another dear friend. The wife of the man who officiated at my son’s wedding. She is whole and with her savior in heaven. However, we who are left behind still grieve. My heart aches for her daughters and husband.
We must be Christians with scruples.
I’ve been married over 30 years and Valentines remains the worst day of the year for me. If only I had a romantic bone in my body.
Let the brilliance of Christ’s light dispel your darkest hours.
My brother-in-law passed into the presence of his Lord today. Our first taste of Covid-19 death. He was only 50 but we do not grieve as those without hope. We will see him again in heaven. Thank you God.