6 years ago today, my life changed. Before, I was without. I had no clue what cool things God would allow me to do, and where He would allow me to go. But on May 6, 2007, I married the single-most beautiful, compassionate, and all-around tough woman I’ve ever known.
If you don’t know Sara Beth, you should. She is an incredible conversationalist. She is extremely fun to be around. She is everything you could ever wish for in a wife, mother, and person. Her example is one that is hard to follow. She makes me want to be a better person every day, and I can’t believe that I’ve been able to keep her by my side for 6 years! :)
Happy Anniversary baby. I love you.
This just hit me today – chasing my kids around is the most sincere form of exercise that I have access to. Their energy is endless, and their giggling and excitement push me to run faster and for longer than I ever can on a treadmill or sidewalk.
We ran around today for almost 40 minutes non-stop, up and down hills, back and forth. It was fun, and it was exhausting.
I am lucky to have such dedicated personal trainers.
My wife and I went to Best Buy last night in search for a good laptop she can use for her real estate biz. We ended up getting the Google Chromebook, and because Google knows how to price their products well, we were able to get a scanner/printer, and a laptop case. All under $400.
I would say this is the end of an era, at least for me. An era where the only place to go for computers or peripherals was the place with the glowing, white fruit above the front door. I’m not saying Apple is done, or has nothing left to offer planet earth. Maybe their role in the industry is just shifting. But it is neat to see solid competition making its way into the mainstream.
Mark my words, this is the beginning, and the end.
On a possibly unrelated note:
All Sons & Daughters - Live
What a fantastic record. One of the better live worship albums of this decade.