Both Andrew and Luke stayed with Meme and Pop (Mitch's parents) today while we were at the game. They all had fun! Pictures will soon be coming. I would post them now but I'm on my computer which has a bad media card and USB port. We've only had this certified refurbished Gateway for two days (after having our original one serviced over the past two months) and we've already found that this one, too, needs to be sent back in for repair. AHHHH! We should have bought a Dell.
Here's something random: My friend, Addison, has just graduated as valedictorian from high school. His desire is to attend an Ivy League university and decided that it would be to his advantage to take a year off between graduation and college so he can travel parts of Asia and Europe. I had the joy of being his eighth grade teacher some years ago and spent quite a bit of time with his mother, father, and their six OTHER sons (she's my secret inspiration as to how to raise boys!). Anyway, he's keeping an online journal of his daily travels so I thought I'd share his adventure with you. Just click here to read his past posts. I'm am somewhat envious of his journey but I can honestly say that I have no desire to ever go to Asia. I feel guilty saying that. Guilty because I love my comfort zone here in the U.S.A. Guilty because there are people in Asia who need the Gospel. Guilty because I like my hamburgers and don't want to eat mystery meat. Guilty because I love myself more than others. Ah, the battle of my sin continues.
And, yes...I still hate Napoleon Dynamite. Stop making fun of me for it! (tee hee)