For those who were there, we put up our photos from Marie and Jer’s wedding over at Sue’s family site. Go see if you made it into any of our pics.
Lots happened this past weekend. We celebrated our 5 year anniversary, Sue got me a BBQ, I got her an iBook (it’s a win, win situation really) and we took off to Edmonton Saturday morning and came back Sunday afternoon. 1000k in two days. We realized that driving is the perfect time to watch those DVD extras you never have time to actually sit down and watch. So the drive home went much quicker as we watched 3 hours of LoTR: Two Towers extras. Sue held her laptop and we plugged it into the car stereo.
We watched the finale to Survivor: All Stars and weren’t really surprised by the outcome. It was going to be either Rob or Amber. The marriage proposal wasn’t totally shocking either – and allowing us, the viewer, to vote on which over-exposed, celebrity hungry survivor gets a million dollars isn’t worthy of all the hype they had – and I think Jeff knew it. Head to cbs.com and vote for Rupert. If you want to see something creepy, watch the video plea by Susan where she wishes death on a desert island where all you’re left with is your teeth if you don’t vote for her.
Yech. That’s 30 seconds of my life I can’t get back.
It was Lindsay’s birthday last week so we went to their place on Saturday and made him BBQ our bison for us in honor of his birthday.
This picture is up for no reason than to see if Darren is still reading my blog even though he claims to be over his blog reading addiction.
I got an email from my dad today who’s suffering down in Mazatlan right now. Suffering from golf addiction. He shot a 1 under par for the first time on the course by their condo last week, and the other day had another once-in-a-lifetime golf event happen.
His story begins below:
This is strictly a golf e-mail because I did something a little rare today. This occurred after I took Lynn to the airport in Luis’ truck and then returned back to the clubhouse to play a little more golf.
Today was one of those days when I accomplished something I will probably never do again down here in my lifetime — and for that matter I’m not sure too many people ever will in their lifetime. I did something which is very, very rare. Hole #9 is a very, very,difficult hole – a dog leg right and only 380 yards BUT the wind blows across right to left both off the tee and on your approaches, the right side of the fairway is totally lined with huge bunkers from 150 in, the green is totally surrounded by cavernous bunkers(on average at least 3 of 4 golfers in every group end up in the bunkers at the front of the green which are about 10-12 feet below the height of the green) and the green is very, very fast. Well I nailed my approach to within 18 inches and the clubhouse staff were there cheering me on when I got up there because they could go a month on this course without the 9th hole ever getting birdied. I birdied it for only my 3rd or 4th time in about 150 rounds down here. But it didn’t end there.
If you’re not on the edge of your seat with anticipation, you better re-read this and then get ready to go on by cliking below:
Sue and I went for a walk down by the river on Good Friday. It was nice to get out of the house after being cooped up working on videos, web pages and BF:Vietnam all week. Well, not really “working” on BF, but that’s beside the point.
One more perfomance on Sunday to go, but I’m only involved with my guitar for a couple of songs. It should be interesting to see how the rockin choir is recieved. The band is having fun regardless.
The Tenebrae services went well – not without their own little glitches but nothing that noticeable to the audience I think. It’s always fun to play with Brent and his djembe. We talked about hooking up to try and make some tv commercials for some of his audio clients – we’ll see what happens. Watch for a casting call soon! 🙂
Got a busy week – at least on paper – ahead of me but it’ll be good once it’s over. I’m playing guitar and running a few videos in the two Tenebrae services (one on Monday at 8pm and another on Friday at 7:30pm) and also playing guitar for the Easter musical performances on Sunday. But there’s no Jr High Friday night and we also get Friday off from work so there’s plenty more time to relax than usual.
Pretty much everyone who’s anyone has picked up a copy of Battlefield: Vietnam here at work so we’re gonna have to get some multi-player hurtin going on pretty quick. So Ryan, if you were debating – now’s the time to get in on the action. Staples has it for $39.95, cheapest in town!