Weekend Update

This weekend and the past few days have been pretty crazy, as usual. What else would you expect from me? Here's a quick recap:
I took Friday off from work and spent Thursday evening through Saturday evening in Ventura for a wedding.  It was a nice little getaway. I wish it could have been longer.
Sunday Erin stayed home from church sick, but I went. The young adults, all two of them, joined me in the youth class and we had a little discussion and prayer time. After church I went straight to youth and family small group at the Monroe's for lunch. We had a nice time, and Bruce spoke to us about "reliability."  That was pretty much the extent of my day. After small group I went home and slept.  It had been a long weekend.
Monday I had the pleasure of attending a training class on Raiser's Edge at a training facility in Burbank. The training facility is just over a mile from my house so I walked to the class.  It's pretty awesome to be able to walk to work.  I wish I could do that every day. Since, I was in Burbank and on foot, I ate lunch at a local establishment that I had been curious about for a while: Larry's Chili Dog.  I had a chili dog, fries, and a coke.  It was pretty good.  I'd go back.  Next time I think I'll try the chili cheese fries.  After class I went home, mowed the lawn, washed my car, paid bills and a few other miscellaneous things.
Today I'm attending day two of the Raiser's Edge training in Burbank, so I got to walk again. It was a lovely, cool, overcast morning.  Perfect for walking. For my lunch break today I walked to yet another local establishment: Dino's Pizza. I had a slice of the pepperoni pizza.   The slice was a generous portion and plenty of food for lunch.   I'm not sure if it was just the pepperoni pizza or what but my pizza was greasy as all get out. It was tasty though. I'd go back again but might stay away from the pepperoni.
That's my update for now.  Maybe I'll get around to posting some pictures from the wedding later.

Published by Brian

Christian, husband, father, Pepperdine alum, marketing account manager and more. Passionate about music, movies, religion, communication, nonprofits and the Lakers.

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