Thursday, July 17, 2008

Themed Bowling

Randomly this summer we decided to have a weekly event at Poway Funbowl. It started out as something that the Jr. High volunteers did after our Wed. night Bible study, and has grown to over 20 people. We dress up in different themed outfits from "nerds", to "gangsta's", to "business attire". It's not an official event by any means, I have no responsibility, I just show up bowl and leave. The thing that's frusterating is that our bowling nights have been more successful than events that have taken days if not weeks to plan... I don't get ministry sometimes. Any way, here are some Pics...

Tuesday, July 8, 2008


So I leave for Pittsburgh on Wednesday night to be in my good friend Steve's wedding. This will be the first time I've ever been to the "Steel City" and I don't know what to expect. The first couple of days are going to be filled with the wedding but I have Sunday completely to myself. My plane doesn't fly out until 8:30pm Sunday night... So, what do I do?
-Any good churches, restaurants, or sights that I should make sure I see? I love food, I could go to a Pirates game, etc... I need suggestions so I don't spend the day sitting in the terminal.

Thursday, July 3, 2008


I have found very few things to be constant in my life.
My dog Bo is always excited to see me when I get home for work,
My wife Natalie consistently shows me love when I even if I am a total jerk,

and then there is there is the Americano!

In a world where coffee is burnt, weak, old, or just plain bad, there is the Americano.

Three shots of espresso + hot water = consistency

You get the punch of the espresso, without risking any bitterness and inconsistencies that come from a regular cup of coffee. The price is also a big bonus! Usually around $2 the americano is by far a more economical way to enjoy a specialized drink.

So matter what starbucks, coffee bean, pete's coffee, or mom and pop shop you go to; when you order an Americano you know what you are going to get. A hot, fresh, and delicious cup of joe!

About Me

I'm a follower of Jesus, Husband to a beautiful wife, father to an amazing boy, and Pastor to wonderful people. I live in Alameda with my wife Natalie. I love food and have secret aspirations of being a chef. I would also love to live in the mountains some day, and have a closet full of flannels.