In no particular order -1. I really enjoyed spending time with my family, especially my siblings, parents, and cousins. I missed them more than I thought I did. I need to see them more often. 2. Our church family is a source of strength, comfort, and stability that we are so incredibly blessed to have. … Continue reading Welcome, 2022! Here are 10 things I learned in 2021.
The Current State of the Vax Debate Summed up in 2 Memes
It's been a while since I've touched on Rona. Frankly, I wish I took better notes over the last 2 years for posterity but also to look back someday and remind myself of how utterly disastrously this has been handled around the world. Konstantin Kisin did a pretty good job of capturing some of the … Continue reading The Current State of the Vax Debate Summed up in 2 Memes
Don’t settle for normal
I posted a joke on Facebook that went like this – The other day, the kids and I were talking and someone said "Dad, misery loves company." This is only true if you're extroverted. If you're an introvert like me, 'company' could literally be the source of our misery. One of my daughters didn't understand … Continue reading Don’t settle for normal
Our eldest daughter is engaged to be married!
Can't share much more at the moment, but my wife and I are filled with such joy. Emotions are running high in our home as 2 families are prepping to become one. And, the young couple has an aggressive timeline in mind to boot. Our prayer is that God will be glorified throughout the whole … Continue reading Our eldest daughter is engaged to be married!
Not my home anymore
Most of the family and I took a short trip back to Dallas-Fort Worth to attend our friends' son's wedding this weekend. Two of our older children stayed home because they had work and school. We drove from Charlotte, stayed overnight in Birmingham, and arrived the day before the wedding. Drove straight through on the … Continue reading Not my home anymore