Monthly Archives: March 2009
Below is a video from Chris Mead. Chris was a former student of mine at Crossroads. He came down to New Orleans about a month ago to film a video here for his Senior project. Good work Chris! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrT9GZHa998&feature=channel_page] The answer from my last poll about the crawfish is 85 pounds!
Many years ago my friend, Neal Mitchell, and I used to catch crawfish with our bare hands at this place near our house called “the Slough.” We would always come away with 20-25 crawfish in a bucket. We would bring them home to boil them but we never really ate them…we just got a lot … Continue reading
We have officially been married for ten years as of yesterday! When I tell people we have been married for ten years they normally respond with a big “what?” and I normally say something like “yeah, we got married when we were twelve :).” As I reflect back on the past ten years, I am … Continue reading
For seven months now I have been reflecting on a story that I read to Nolan before our move to New Orleans. I have heard it countless times, but it wasn’t until I read it to my little boy that it hit me fresh and I began to weep. It wasn’t the reality of Jesus’ ability to calm the … Continue reading
A few days ago Amy, Nolan, and I went to the aquarium with our friend Ali. We all had a blast! Ali has four more months left here in New Orleans and then he will most likely leave to continue his pursuit of becoming a brain surgeon at Harvard medical institute. So for the next … Continue reading