Sunday, December 2, 2012

This is a test...

Personalize funny videos and birthday eCards at JibJab!

Thursday, May 31, 2012

A quick update on our family.  Paul, the Dad , is now working full time in the dairy department of a local grocery store named Lammers.  Josie , the Mom, has finished home schooling all six children, so keeping the home fires going is "painted another color" now.  At present we have only Peter and Matthew at home with us.
Justo and wife Tricia and their baby, Nathanael (d.o.b. Dec. 19, 2011) plan to leave for Ecuador for a 4 year missionary term on June 27, 2012.  Jessica now lives in Minneapolis and works as a nurse at a birthing center.  Lucas is presently preparing to move from Florida to Wisconsin.  He works as a computer web designer.  David is a Marine and safely back from Afghanistan. Hooray!  He is presently living in Camp Pendleton, CA.  We thank him for his service.  He plans to leave the Marines in Aug.  having completed a five year term.  Peter graduated from law enforcement.  Matthew has graduated from high school and again has a sweet corn business this summer.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

Justo and Tricia Pillman Missionaries to Ecuador

Justo and Tricia Pillman have a website up for their ministry to Ecuador. You can see the Pillman Family updates on their work by clicking here. I can't thank them enough for the sacrifices they are making to further God's work.


Saturday, March 26, 2011

Wedding in the family!!!

I'm sure that all of the readers here realize that we recently had a wedding in the family. Justo and Tricia Pillman got married on the 19th of March. Just for your own interests sake though, here is a slide show that was played at the reception...

Thursday, August 12, 2010

Newest Sweet corn promo

Here is my latest sweet corn promo.

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Sweet corn video announcement

Here is the video that I put up as an update on my newly launched blog SuperSweetCorn.

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

The recital


This is a great performance of Scherzo by Daniel Brown at our recital two weeks ago.

My batteries in my camcorder ran out for the Brown's actual performance of The Entertainer, but here is their practice run.


This is myself doing the accompaniment for Zach and Joshua Smith (not shown).
Sadly my batteries were also dead for both Peter's and my classical pieces.

Wednesday, May 19, 2010

flowers


Wednesday, May 5, 2010

Monday, March 22, 2010

tapping, sapping, boiling (or whatever you want to call it)

Here are some pictures of Lucas and I tapping trees on Sat. We have about 500 gallons already for today that we have to boil still... so we are kept busy that way.

- -Matthew

Thursday, March 18, 2010

Our leaving snow

Here are some pictures of the snow man in front of our house. I got
border to sit next to them all for perspective.

Sunday, February 28, 2010

Our winter camping

David organized a camping party for this past friday night. David had
a friend named Kevin Misner along and Jessica manged to get his
sister-in-law Katie along. Anyways here are the pictures~fire, snow
cave, and all.

Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Saturday, February 13, 2010

Frost winter pix

Here are a few pictures that I took in the frost this morning. It was an amazingly heavy hoer-frost~so heavy that it is falling from the trees now like snow in the glistening sun.
Anyways... enjoy!

Monday, December 21, 2009

Pillman's Pictures with Puppets

Here is the latest movie short project. It was actually started last Christmas, but we finally got it put together last weekend.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

addresses

Justo's address in Ecuador with a 98 cent stamp is:
Justo Pillman
Colegio Bilingue
Casilla 01-01-1949
Cuenca, Ecuador
South America

If you want to send a note to Ecuador for Justo with Jessica, send the mail with a 44cent stamp to:
Justo Pillman
E2481 State Road 29 West
Menomonie, WI 54751

For sending a letter to David use a 44 cent stamp and mail to:

Cpl Pillman, David
Fast Sent Central Command
PSC 451 Box 710
FPO AE 09834-2800

Thanks to all and have a very Merry Christmas!

Courageous says: Merry Christmas

I don't know how many of the readers have been following Sherwood Picture's newest project called Courageous, but here is a encouraging "Merry Christmas" message from Stephen Kendrick.

Monday, December 7, 2009

CHRISTmas tree

Here are just a few pictures of our family trip to find our 2009
Christmas tree. It only took us about 15 - 20 mins. to pick it out
this year. We miss your input Justo and David! :)

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Letter and picture from David


Dear Family, 2009, 10/23
I finally got around to writing you a letter. My days here in Bahrain are pretty routine intermingled with different training and our Ract mission. A regular day with no training starts out at my 0445 alarm. After which I will go wake up my fire team.
I just received a new fire team as I am 1st Team Leader, 1st SQD. My Team consists of LCPL Peucio From Vabas who I have known since Boot camp ... Next is LCPL Stoglin a country grown redneck from Tennessee. He is 6'3” 245lbs and is trying to get under Marine Corps weight standards which is 220lbs for his height. Last is LCPL Newland. He is from Ohio and has a fiance' waiting for home when he gets back. He has been in the Marine corps almost 3 years and is very knowledgeable on everything...
So once my Marines are awake, I shave, make my rack, and get dressed for PT in the stunning Marine Corps PT gear. PT (Physical Training) runs from 0545 to around 0700 and we do anything from running 4 miles, to swimming or doing a strength and endurance course. We take a quick shower and form up to march to chow at 0715.
For chow I normally eat oatmeal, scrambled eggs with cheese, biscuit and gravy, friend potatoes, french toast with syrup, yogurt, milk, orange juice, and a banana or an orange with bacon or sausage.
After breakfast we will do classes of other busy work 'till 1100 and then we have a 2 hour chow break 'till 1300. During which I normally hang out with Cpl Graham, Zach, and Cpl Johnson Tyrel, and watch the office or Smallville, or some movie series.
The afternoon is our busy work which normally includes a Color Guard practice. At 1630-1700 we will get off for the day and have a softball game/practice or now a football game/practice. On Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, I have a church activity at 1900. After that at 2000 I normally go to the gym from 2000-2130, and hit the rack by 2230 to start a new day at 0445.
This is an off week which only happens about once every month, so generally we are busier than this with more important training.
So how are things back in Wisconsin? I guess the weather must be getting colder now as here it is now 85-100F as a high every day with a low around 80F every night. Everything is building up to the Marine Corps Ball on Nov. 6th. It should be an OK time and I am the designated “Sober Cpl.” as I do not drink anyway. Enclosed is a picture of me that was put in the paper of our last squad competition. We took 2nd place.
Christ's Marine,
David Pillman
James 3:17
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Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Fall beauty

These are pictures from our walk today.