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The Nashville Flood – Music City Responds with Music and More

Nashville area waters have returned to normal levels while the city continues to help those impacted by the flood in their recovery. Many Churches and the teams at Hands On Nashville continue to coordinate the volunteer efforts that are so needed. Service organizations including Salvation Army, American Red Cross, Second Harvest and HopeForce have been ... Read More
 

Nashville’s I-24 becomes Lake I-24

Serious storm today in Nashville. Tornado sirens were going off. And flooding proved to be the major problem… This was our street: And this is Interstate 24: We’ve never seen anything like this since we moved here.Quite the storm. A friend of a friend had six feet of water in his basement. I went over ... Read More
 
Attack of the killer lady bugs

Attack of the killer lady bugs

Since moving to Franklin, Tennessee we have had many guests come to visit from all over North America. Susan has an incredible gift of hospitality and we do love to have friends and family over. Our home has even more room now that our children are off to college and beyond. Yet one guest, until ... Read More
 
“Drinking from the Fire Hose of Life”

“Drinking from the Fire Hose of Life”

We hear the casual question often from family, friends and even casual acquaintances: “How’s it going?”  My answer of late is “I’m drinking from the fire hose of life!” And I mean that in the best possible way. The same can be said of PassAlong Networks. We are in a very busy, and very exciting ... Read More
 
The Castle

The Castle

Built by Capone’s bookmaker John P. Welch and master stonemason Charles Sutton in the late 1920’s and early 30’s, The Castle stands today as one of the finest recording studios in the world. It was conveniently located at a mid-way rest point for Capone’s men as they ran back and forth from Chicago to coastal ... Read More