Tuesday, June 27, 2006


Life is Good!

Man, I had a great weekend! My dad came to visit me from Ohio. He got into town a little late due to some car issues, but he made it Saturday morning. It was fun getting to see him meet Colin. Almost everyone on Marcy's side has met him, but my dad was the first one on my side to do so. We had a fun weekend of doing very little. Hey, we live in Cape, so what do you expect? I also preached my last sermon in the series I have been working on called, "What you talkin' 'bout, Jesus?" While I certainly enjoyed preaching, it is nice to have that extra workload off of my shoulders. And to top it all off, my dad and I went to Busch Stadium last night for the Cardinals game. Our beloved Indians were in town, so we snapped up tickets. The stadium is great, and our seats - section 164, row WC - were awesome! They were plastic fold-up chairs placed just behind the lower section, so we were actually able to move them around and lean back in them. Very nice! And to top it all off, our Tribe laid a serious butt-whooping to the Cards, 10-3. Too much fun!

5 comments:

Emmerly said...

Ok, it's great that your team won and all, woo hoo, but do you really have to go and rub it in for all us Cardinals lovers? I am glad you had a good time with your dad, daddy time is always important!

gmw said...

Sounds like a great weekend! And, as a Houston Astros fan, I'm happy for any and all teams who whale on teams in our division. Especially if it can make my wife happy at the same time.

Kyle D Sutherlin said...

Please, don't mention the Cardinals and how they lost. It's a very painful subject. I'm glad you got to spend quality time with your father. Quality time is usually very good. I'm glad it was in this case. I'm not making very much sense because it's 1 am right now, so I'm going to stop while I'm ahead. See you in late July.

JohnDeere said...

so you guys ride any Roley Coasters while you were at it? great photo Fitz-- and an even better one just below. nice touch with the "can't stop kissing him" post-- jd

Fitz said...

Nope, no rolley coasters were ridden during my dad's visit. But, just four days after he left, we took our students to Six Flags and rode a few. Good times!