Weekend Update

Friday Night Erin and I went out with a group of friends to see The Widows play at El Cid. It was a lot of fun, and they put on a great show. I’ve been hooked since they came and played at my church’s Grace Café event. Unfortunately, on our way to meet our friends that night the check engine light came on in my car, so it’s out of commission for a little while.

Saturday I helped some friends move furniture, diagnosed the issue with my car, and headed over to the church to prepare for our Fall Family Festival. This year, for the first time, we added a haunted house to the festivities. I wouldn’t really have called it that scary, but we did make a little girl cry, and a bunch of people scream. I spent my Halloween evening scaring kids, what did you do?

Sunday morning Erin and I rose early to take her parents to the airport for their cruise. They’ll be gone for most of the month. After that, I prepared to teach the Jr. High class at church. It’s the first time I’ve taught since I stepped down from the Youth Minister position almost a year ago. Don’t tell anyone, but I had a good time with the kids and look forward to the rest of the month.

Sunday afternoon I spent some time with my small group, and then the rest of the evening at home with the wife. It was a pretty quiet evening.

And that was pretty much my weekend, except for one small thing. Erin and I got two new (one new, and one new to us) computers. We are now the proud owners of a MacBook and an eMac. It’s exciting to have new technology in the house to play around with.

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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