Thursday, March 12, 2009


Hey there,
As you can tell from reading my blog, it's difficult to write on the road. So I've set up a twitter account to help me keep fans updated, but this way I can do it quickly, and from my phone. For those of you that don't know, twitter is basically a blog that is only a few sentences long. The URL that you will need to enter into your web browser is -Nice nickname huh? Let's give this a try, let me know how you think it is working by leaving me comments here on my blog. Oh and by the way, I will continue writing blogs, I'll just twitter more often.


Bek said...

i like the twitter idea. it's faster and easier that sitting writing a blog when you are on the road all the time.
tell you parents i said hey. can't wait for the Lewis Family Homeplace concert.
My prayers are with you guys as you travel. Much love and God bless.
<3 bek

Bek said...

only have one problem with can't leave comments on stuff. but it's whateves. lol.
hope the concert goes great tonight.

Lisa from Ohio said...

Hello to the Easters

Twitter is a good idea. I like it.
Sheri looks pretty as always. What an encouragement she is. Isn't God good, He has brought her a long way, as well as the rest of the family. Praise God!
Looking forward to the new project.

Always in our prayers for health and travel mercies.

Lisa from Ohio said...

May God Bless you with many more years.
Enjoy your day.
God bless

Anonymous said...

Hope you had a Happy Bday Jeff!!

I like the twitter idea but that doesn't mean that you can stop blogging. :)

~me said...

Hey Madison! Just wondering when we're gonna get a update. I like the twitter idea but it's not the same as a blog. :)

Also, when are your parents gonna put some new pictures on their website?
God Bless, ~me

Monica said...

Hello Madison, Jeff, Sheri, Morgan, Maura & youin's!
Youin's - I guess that's how its spelled. I never heard of that saying till we moved here in Newville PA. Well with that said.... it was good meeting everyone in person last evening at the Family Traditions Lighthouse Restaurant Concert.

It was the first time to see you all in person. I even talked with your future wife. She is a sweety don't loose her. She will remember me I am the lady that injected herself in the lobby as I am a diabetic.

I was saddened to hear about your mom (Sheri) walking through her journey of breast cancer. Cancer is no respecter of persons and touches all walks of lives.

Our family too has also been touched with cancer. My granddaughter Leah with Leukemia at 7 and she will 14 next month, she is the healed of the Lord.

We lost our son in law in April06 to Small Cell Melanoma that led to brain cancer, my husband was diagnosed with prostate cancer in August 2007 and had Bracytherapy in April08 (seed radiation implant) and in March of 2009 I was diagnosed with early stage skin cancer and will have my surgery April 30th. God is faithful in this journey of life. Its a win win situation! He is our healer, sustain, deliverer, and soon coming King!

Well Madison it was good reading your blog and I will be back again. Pray for us as we pray for you. Here is our ministry link.
We walk by faith and not by sight!