Archive for September, 2009

HOME!!!!!

Posted: September 29, 2009 in Uncategorized

Well, I finally made it!  I am back in Roseville. Great day driving in. So happy to be back. Everybody at the Rock is so nice. The love is overwhelming! More later.

Sparks Nevada

Posted: September 29, 2009 in Uncategorized

…and only a few hours from home. Via Chico, of course. Looking forward to seeing my dog. Not so much the scolding he is gonna give me. But it will be good to see him again.

The trip home – Day 2 begins….

Posted: September 28, 2009 in Uncategorized

Well, it’s 5am mountain time, and I’m up to get ready and start the second leg of the journey. Mountain time, 5am. That’s 6am KC time and 4am CA time, and that describes how I am feeling right now. In between. So thankful for the webstream and internet in this hotel room, giving me the opportunity to sit for a moment and reflect on what a blessing the past three months have been. And what a blessed man I am! I am getting to ride home with my Dad and spend some quality one-on-one time with him.

Today we set out for Nevada. That means crossing through Wyoming and Utah, about 700 miles today. But that also means tomorrow we should be in Cali. YAY!

The trip home…Day 1

Posted: September 28, 2009 in Uncategorized

Well, it’s the end of day 1 of the journey hoome and my Dad and I are in Cheyenne, Wyoming. We made decent time today despite an unexpected detour in Nebraska, and some strong north winds most of the day.

I started feeling a bit of a scratchy throat this morning, and it now is becoming a runny nose.

We ate getting ready to go get some dinner, and some throat drops. A good nights rest should help me kick this quick.

More later.

Graduation from Intro!

Posted: September 14, 2009 in Uncategorized

Well, the day has finally arrived!  Three months have gone by all too quickly, and today the group of Interns from Intro to IHOP-KC will receive their certificates, and go our seperate ways. Many are staying on here at IHOP, while some are going back home to either start a House of Prayer in their hometown, or work with an already established HOP, as I am.

Through the last 12 weeks, I have experienced many ups and downs, as I think most of the interns have. I think one of the best things I have experienced is the new friendships that have formed in this time. I will truly miss you all. Yes, Eddie, even you.

I am personally so blessed that my family has come here to Kansas City to share this day with me.

I look forward to seeing you all again soon. May the Lord continue to bless each of you more than He has during this time.