ram·ble [ram-buhl] A verb, ram·bled, ram·bling, noun
verb (used without object)
1. To take a course with many turns or windings, as a stream or path.
2. To grow in a random, unsystematic fashion
3. To talk or write in a discursive, aimless way (usually followed by on )
Time with Tate #1: What Are You Most Looking Forward To?
When Jimmy was in Texas (back in May), he spent some time recording some basic interview questions with our friend Tate. I thought that you might like to see them as they provide some more answers to some of the basic things about our trip. Keep in mind these were recorded when we very first realized God was calling us to Taiwan so they won't go into detail about things that have developed later and some things may have changed since the initial recordings. Anyway, I hope you enjoy!