I had to work late yesterday. We’re preparing for a very creative and exciting Easter Sunday opener at Elevation Church. You do not want to miss this. DO NOT BE LATE SUNDAY! When I arrived home, my sweet little family was at the table waiting on me. They had already eaten but my Shephard’s Pie was hot and setting at my place at the table. (I told you Anita treats me like a king.) Dinner was delicious.
Savannah Grace was so excited about St. Patrick’s Day (or as she said all day "Happy Aunt Patrick’s Day.") No offense to any of you who may actually have an Aunt Patrick. I mean I named my daughter Rylee. The evening consisted of family time and laughter. After which Anita and I enjoyed a little couple time playing on the Wii. (Thanks again Kelly.) Anita usually doesn’t enjoy competition with me because I usually win. However, last night she honestly beat me in Wii tennis. She thinks I let her win but I didn’t.
So St. Patrick’s Day is over and Easter is in less than a week. (Still very weird.) After Easter I will be in mourning. In a very short month and a half I’ll be turning 30. I realize there are many of you who read this blog and have already passed the bench mark of 30 but for a lifetime Youth Minister like myself, 30 feels like a huge pivot point in my life. I suppose it’s a little bit of a quarter or mid-life crisis. I’ll get through it I’m sure, but please feel free to ease my pain and burden with presents. May 5 will be here in no time. Make your plans now.