I figured this would happen
My intention was to make frequent posts to this blog, but, as usual, I’m a starter, and not a finisher. Oh well.
I love flying this time of year. Thunderstorms are few and far between. Flights are just the way I like them: boring and uneventful. Yeah, snow and ice are something to start thinking about, as well as low ceilings and visibilities, but, honestly, they really don’t bother me so much.
I love my family so much. My children are just about perfect. Intelligent, quick-witted, loving. And my wife… I really think she’s an angel assigned to me from God. Of course, without her, I’d still be a happy Lutheran, not a Catholic. Thank you, God!
I really feel bad about all of the work that my wife and kids have been doing the last several days… we had the Willits family and Fr. Roderick over on Wednesday night, “Thanksgiving Eve,” and they (my family) prepared so much stuff. Thanksgiving was the next day, of course, and cooking was in full swing early in the morning. We drove up to Scott and Mina’s house for Turkey Day. Lots of fun.
Today, I went for a run with Chris, my 14 year old son. He’s taller than I am now, and his legs are longer. The last time we went running, he had trouble keeping up with me. Today, he could hardly slow down enough to stay by me. Time is catching up! I’m so proud of him… I hope he knows that. I love him.
Tonight after dinner, my daughter Natalie and I played Guitar Hero on the x-Box. What a hoot! She’s growing up so fast… a real lady in the making. I’m very proud of her, too, and love her so much!