30 minutes to go. Don’t let me down, Sam. 🏀
Best case for OKC now is that Cleveland is awesome after all these trades. Keep LeBron there so he won’t go to LA and take PG with him. 🏀
Looks like the Lakers are clearing cap space to make room to try to make a run at PG and LeBron this summer. Weird that it was Cleveland that helped them do it. 🏀
I need 2:00 to hurry up and get here so I can stop compulsively checking if the Thunder made a move before the trade deadline.
With Apple seemingly backing off their recent Emoji crackdown, I’m considering re-submitting my EmojiBook sticker app that I wrote over a weekend last summer just to see what happens.
Since it would almost surely still be rejected, it probably isn’t worth the effort.
Pour over. (39/365)
Potty training materials. (38/365)
Gabe Weatherhead could not have been more right about the 10 steps to take before buying a new Mac. It sure looks like someone just bought an iMac Pro.
I am cheating today and using this one that Carissa just sent me. Little man holding his head up! (37/365)
Josh Ginter on the Crossway ESV Heirloom Single Column Legacy Bible:
Yet, there’s something special about owning a Bible with such high quality. If there was ever a way for the words inside to make a tangible appearance, it would be through the precision and care found in the making of the Heirloom Legacy. This Bible is an heirloom. The Bible is a legacy. It kind of fits, if you ask me.
Well, I was not in the market for a $275 Bible before reading this, but I think that I am now. I really like the single column layout.
Of course, there’s no sense lusting after a Bible when the material inside the book is what matters. You don’t have to break the bank for the message inside to take root in your life.
As he eloquently put here, not having this particular beautiful Bible does not have to stop the beautiful material inside it to work in me.
Note to self: don’t tickle a toddler who is potty training and wearing normal underwear. Especially when he is on top of you.
I could not decide which team I wanted to lose the Super Bowl more, but I ended up deciding on the Patriots.