Sunday, July 29, 2007

just a little taste

here is a link to those of you who have not seen yet, there will be more later...


Friday, July 27, 2007

we're baaaaack

That's all I'm really going to say right now. We had an amazing time on the honeymoon, and are looking forward to moving up to camp...

Friday, July 13, 2007 getting married tomorrow...

that's all I really have to say about that. The family is in town. The rehersal is this afternoon. And this thing is for real.

Tuesday, July 10, 2007

one year ago today...

Tori and I had been engaged for a matter of hours. This time around, we are going to be married in four days. My how time fly's. I have been in Elk Grove for the past few days and everything is moving along nicely. I might be able to post again between now and then, but after that I will be taking at leat a 13 day honeymoon blogging break. TTFN as tigger would say.

Wednesday, July 04, 2007

Happy 4th!

Today is our countries independance day. To celebrate with the fam we drank a local micro brew called Mac and JAcks African Amber (the best beer I have ever had) and we watched baseball. We also finished packing my car for the trip down to California. This is going to be my last time in Washington as a single man. Wow!

Marriage Countdown: 10 days

Sunday, July 01, 2007

Question of the day...

As I was driving over to Gig Harbor yesterday, I was listening to a Mariners baseball game. Neither team had pushed a run accross the plate yet and a couple of times as the broadcasters went to break they said that there was "no score" in the game. In principle, I understand this but it got me thinking. Since the game itself is underway and moving forward dosent that meann that the the scoe is 0-0? Just because nobody manufactured a run yet doesnt mean that there literally is "no score," does it? I dont know if this makes any scense to anyone else but me (except maybe Ben Posluch) but I just thought that i would throw that out there. Thers that.

Marriage Countdown: 13 days

P.S. Today my family and I will celebrate my 24th year of life.