Stock Market BullNYC Night Skyline
Monday, November 27, 2006
Macy's Parade view from Silas' apartment
Over Thanksgiving, my sister flew in from CA, and then Sarah, Emma, and I all drove up to NYC to visit Silas over Thanksgiving. We had tons of fun going around the city. I can see why New Yorkers love it so much. On Thanksgiving day we spent the day with the wonderful Iverson family in Newark, NJ. The stained glass window is in Danny and Kimberly's church.
Two of my best friends, Kapena and Nate, visited me from LA two weeks ago and we had a blast. We went to DC, did some hiking, but mostly just hung out, played video games, board games, and had a good time. Here are some pictures from DC.
A little over a month ago I had the privilage of cheering along my father in law, Jack, in the Marine Corp Marathan up in D.C.. Jack spent hundreds of hours in training for this race and did a fantastic job. He came in first place in his category (the category of people named Jack Kewley, who live in Sterling, VA)! We are very proud of you, Jack!
Friday, October 27, 2006
Sarah and I just celebrated our one year anniversary. A year ago today we were in Hawaii enjoying the freakin' awesome everything. Sarah and I both miss Hawaii on a hourly basis and want to move there someday and live there, even if we have to be bums. We miss the great weather, the rainforests, the beaches, the drinks, the sun, the rain...basically everything. Hawaii is sort of like a child to us, and we will be sad until we can see her again.
Thursday, September 28, 2006
Currently, Sarah and I are living in Harrisonburg. Sarah is working as a kindergarten aid at a classical education school. Sarah's gentleness and love for children has made her a big help with the kindergarten class. I currently work as a counselor at the mental health unit of Rockingham Memorial Hospital.
Sarah and I plan on moving to California in the summer of 2007. Soon after doing so, I have plans to begin graduate school to pursue a PhD in Psychology at Rosemead School of Psychology. We do not know specifically what we will be doing after I finish grad school, however we have hopes of doing counseling to missionaries overseas somewhere, possibly in Japan. We praise the Lord for His is faithfulness and for the assurance that He will lead us step by step!