Thursday, September 30, 2010

Thursday, September 30, 2010

When most people think of the tropics, they imagine sunshine, beaches, a gently swaying hammock and little umbrellas sticking out of a coconut shell. When I hear the word "tropical" I immediately think of gusty winds, high humidity, slanted rain fall, and the loss of electricity. At least what we are receiving today is considered "extra-tropical" and is far less dangerous. Fingers crossed that we don't lose power tonight. Elena will be upset if our Tivo doesn't record Bones.

102.5 Shore Things
Getting to Know the Eastern Shore!

#73. Roaring Point

Want a fun place, along the bay to go camping? Roaring Point in Naticoke, MD is a great place to park the camper and enjoy the great outdoors!

#72. Water. Water everywhere!
#71. Softcrab sandwich
#70. Cove Road in Nanticoke for a swim in the Bay

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Israel Houghton

Breaking down barriers and defying categorization with his music, Israel uses his own multi-cultural upbringing as a reference point with a desire to draw people of all races, ages and cultures together. Israel laughingly describes himself as “black kid who grew up in a white family in a Hispanic neighborhood.”

And he does it well - garnering Grammy's, Dove Awards, Top hits and tremendous success in everything he touches! On September 10, Israel played guitar and sang back-up for the Tonight Show Band on Jay Leno! Pretty sweet (if anybody still watched Leno...)!

Latest Album: Love God. Love People.

“Love God. Love People. is a return to a simple, foundational Gospel command: Love the Lord your God with all your heart and your neighbor as yourself,” says Israel. “Virtually every song touches on this profound simplicity. It all comes down to ‘love God, love people.’ Period.”

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Scriptural Pursuit

Q: What is the first color mentioned in the Bible?

A: Green (Genesis 1:30)

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