This is a picture of the ranch i snapped yesterday. Summer was around the corner. This week marked the first complete week of school for Caleb since he was diagnosed in April of 2012. That’s a pretty long time for normalcy to return. We also were encouraged to hear that the most recent bone marrow test came back negative. This is really the third or fourth negative test since diagnosis. Caleb really has not had a positive bone marrow test since the first diagnosis. We are extremely encouraged that God has given healing. We are trusting Him to finish the testing that we are going through.
Washington: A Life by Ron Chernow: An excellent book (highly recommend) about a stalwart and great man, who was not without flaws. Author is very thorough delving into Washington’s life. He describes everything from the food he ate to the clothes he wore to the tools he used to the frustration towards his own mother.
Then I had to build a compost heap: two, in fact, so that we could keep an annual cycle of compost from the toilet going. I bought some old pallets from the timber yard up the road and carted them home in my van. That was a couple of days’ work. After I had finished, I stood back and admired them for about half an hour. I am a writer. I have never been a practical man, or have never believed I am, and I’m still at the stage where successfully completing a practical task fills me with astonishment.
The other options include a flat handle bar easy to maneuver that provides a comfortable riding position. The brake system consists of brake discs for both the front and the back wheel. The control of the speed system is provided by Shimano Altus. The front fork is a hydraulic actioned RST fork that will help with the overall handling and controlling of the bike when out on hard terrain.
Rätsch asserts, therefore, that ‘witchcraft medicine is wild medicine. It is uncontrollable, it surpasses the ruling order, it is anarchy. It belongs to the wilderness.’² Anarchy and wildness, in this sense, are not instances of chaos, mayhem, or lack of a system; rather, it is a system that is self-organised, organic, self-regulated, and impervious to oppressive external control mechanisms.