Historic Week

What a historic week we are living in! This will no doubt go down in history as one of the most defining times of our nation. Your grandkids will one day ask you where you were as it happened.

Yes, that's right, season 5 of LOST starts Wednesday!!!

Seems like I heard someone talking about something that's supposed to happen tomorrow too. Not sure what that was all about.
  • tangsoodotpm
    Ha!!! Luv it.
    by tangsoodotpm at 01/19/09 6:04PM
  • larie
    Yes that is very historic! Much more interesting than tomorrow. :)
    by larie at 01/19/09 6:20PM
  • dirk
    that's funny... definitely got me at first.
    by dirk at 01/19/09 7:06PM
  • ambiguous_username
    I strongly approve of this post!
    by ambiguous_username at 01/19/09 8:14PM
  • csusoftballgirl
    haha! You're horrible:)
    by csusoftballgirl at 01/20/09 6:58AM
  • ellwoodwd
    someone has their priorities straight.
    by ellwoodwd at 01/20/09 7:53AM
  • chris_milton74
    Nice.
    by chris_milton74 at 01/20/09 11:54AM
  • janarrod
    u is funny....
    by janarrod at 01/20/09 3:27PM
  • windham4life
    lol!! You got me. :P
    by windham4life at 01/20/09 9:35PM
  • kendralulu
    lol :)
    by kendralulu at 01/21/09 10:04AM
  • janarrod
    cant wait!
    by janarrod at 01/21/09 3:50PM
  • whatsyourconfession
    You are too funny.:) Watched it! Loved it!
    by whatsyourconfession at 01/23/09 5:33PM
  • gingerspice
    Lol! You crack me up!
    by gingerspice at 01/30/09 12:12PM
  • janarrod
    your profile pic seems like so long ago......then again..so does mine! :(
    by janarrod at 03/11/09 11:52AM
  • v2indahouse
    I am actually thinking of watching LOST.
    by v2indahouse at 05/04/09 10:23AM

I am thankful for...

1-The four hours of sleep I got last night.
2-The time spent with family, including the chat with my wife and sister that kept me up til past 2am.
3-The three kids and three neices that woke me up at 6am.
4-Caffiene.
5-The humorous gift of deliriousness.
6-Memaw's pecan pie.
7-Jana's AWESOME dressing and sweet potato cake she made earlier this week for our pre-thanksgiving celebration with her side.
8-My grandparents still being alive and healthy at 82 and 79, and being able to see my kids play with them the way they used to play with me.
9-My loving Creator, His Son, His Spirit, and His Word.
10-My awesome wife whom I love more every day. Thank you for loving and putting up with me!

Happy Thanksgiving ya'll!

  • yellowrose
    AWWWW! have a happy, safe holiday!
    by yellowrose at 11/27/08 8:32AM
  • gslover
    Have a great Thanksgiving!
    by gslover at 11/27/08 12:25PM
  • misslynn
    What a wonderul tribute! I'm glad you are having a great Thanksgiving!
    by misslynn at 11/27/08 8:24PM
  • co_chad
    Sleep is over-rated anyway.
    by co_chad at 11/28/08 10:39AM
  • windham4life
    Such wonderful blessings...more sleep! :)
    by windham4life at 12/01/08 8:46PM
  • janarrod
    so sweet!
    by janarrod at 12/03/08 5:24PM
  • dianna
    What positivity! When you look at life with the cup 1/2 full, it makes it all the better. Glad you guys a a great Thanksgiving.
    by dianna at 12/06/08 2:21AM
  • 1cor9_19
    I'd love to have you participate in our study of the Gospel of John.... hop on to my blog and invite your friends!
    by 1cor9_19 at 12/07/08 10:25PM
  • dirk
    definitely lots of things to be thankful for! So far, the pull-up bar has not done any damage to my door, and I have been doing pull-ups almost every day. The crazy thing is, it says it can hold up to 300 lbs. The only thing I have noticed is a little bit of paint has rubbed off (which can be prevented by putting tape or something soft over it, I have been told). It's really a handy thing to have, because you can use it for pullups (obviously), and also push-ups and sit-ups. My wife found it at Bed, bath, and beyond, and used a coupon, which made it like 20 bucks. Pretty good deal!
    by dirk at 12/08/08 11:23AM
  • theparks
    uhhh you forgot #11- An awesome, cool, sweet, wonderful sister-in-law, who also, by the way, puts up with you ;)
    by theparks at 12/11/08 12:21PM
  • jarrod
    uh, yeah, that too. ;)
    by jarrod at 12/11/08 7:00PM
  • 1cor9_19
    Thanks a lot. Yes, any input you can give would be a blessing. and if you want to just pop in and read along from time to time,... hopefully it will be a blessing to you!
    by 1cor9_19 at 12/11/08 9:52PM

Money As Debt

Warning! Boring entry just ahead.

So congress voted down the bailout plan. I am quite pleasantly surprised. Of course it could still get passed later this week and many think it will. I hope not.

A few months ago I would have been utterly confused at all the rhetoric and not know what to think. Not that I'm an expert now, but I think I get it somewhat.

Here is what would have really confused me. Folks that supported it spoke about how if we didn't do this it would significantly impact peoples ability to get credit. On the surface that sounds good, but think about it. Credit is just another word for debt. So something that prevents people from going in debt is viewed as a bad thing. Doesn't that seem backwards? Shouldn't going into debt be a bad thing? Why would a government that's already in debt want to spend 700 billion dollars to help it's citizens go more in debt? Something sounds terribly wrong here. Until you understand how our monetary system works.

So with that, here is a must see video.



Feel free to disagree. Again, I ain't no expert. :)
  • csusoftballgirl
    I know this is a strange concept to most people, especially to my generation, but why don't we try spending only what we have in our pockets or in our bank account? What a crazy and revolutionary concept, I admit. Living without credit card debt?? Why, that's simply scandalous!
    by csusoftballgirl at 09/30/08 12:19PM
  • ellwoodwd
    that's kind of how me and my cousins would play monopoly hwich would explain why we would have games that would last as long as 3 days.
    by ellwoodwd at 09/30/08 2:08PM
  • theparks
    yea, you could do alot of dream controlling in 12 hrs.
    by theparks at 09/30/08 4:59PM
  • theparks
    i have mixed feelings about your money blog, but i'll be quiet since most people agree with it
    by theparks at 09/30/08 5:00PM
  • theparks
    not that i disagree, but like i said, mixed feelings
    by theparks at 09/30/08 5:01PM
  • jarrod
    I hear ya I do have mixed feelings too, but overall feel that the plan would make things better for a while but only create a bigger debt bubble to burst later on. So it's not like choosing b/w a good option and a bad one, but a bad one and a really bad one, imo.
    by jarrod at 09/30/08 6:07PM
  • jarrod
    true dat on the much needed lesson in humility! That would be one good thing from such a disaster, maybe enough to make it worth it.
    by jarrod at 09/30/08 6:09PM
  • jarrod
    by jarrod at 09/30/08 6:09PM
  • chris_milton74
    csusoftballgirl said it right, you mean we spend only that which me make? What a concept. How about spending a little less than we make?
    by chris_milton74 at 10/01/08 9:58AM
  • dianna
    After working for a bank for many years, I learned a lot about how loans and deposits worked and how "money" was "made" into the economy. It's pretty scary how our economy can work on this system. I think we'd all be the smarter going back to barter system! :)
    by dianna at 10/01/08 10:33AM
  • dianna
    And another thing...just my two cents...the bail out thing bothers me because it's just another step toward a communism style government instead of one truly based off democracy and power of the states. I'm not completely studied up on government and politics, but the way this country is becoming less and less democratic in nature scares me.
    by dianna at 10/01/08 12:51PM
  • kimgriffith
    Jarrod, I think you are totally right when you mention it's choosing b/t "a bad one and a really bad one". The problem is we are already at this point. I personally think the economy can't go forward without some type of "rescue plan". The DOW dropped 778 when the plan wasn't passed, 1 trillion was lost out of fear and certain markets like Russia didn't even open up. Just in the prospect of the new plan passing the DOW went up 458 (or somewhere around there). It really is a "world market". I agree that the idea stinks but I believe where the economy is it's either a rescue plan or a complete financial bust. Many people already can see their 401K and savings being affected and this is just a glimpse of what would happen if the market really crashed. Unfortunetly, to me the lesser of the two evils bails out the wealthy wallstreet giants. (PARKS I would love to hear your opinion since you completely vague).:)
    by kimgriffith at 10/01/08 2:13PM
  • jarrod
    by jarrod at 10/01/08 6:01PM
  • theparks
    ^LOL, Kim!! I agree with what you said completely. Now that it has been passed, though, Im not sure if it will help enough to make a difference. We will see
    by theparks at 10/06/08 1:26PM
  • ambera
    I wish I understood all of this more. I wish it wasn't happening & agree Americans are too much in debt.
    by ambera at 10/27/08 2:48PM
  • kdkelly
    I think a "reset" of our values would definately benefit all of us. Living within our means should definately be at the top of the list. Especially our own government.
    by kdkelly at 11/18/08 7:25PM
  • kdkelly
    Oh yeah, meant to say that we are doing well. Getting cooler here and feeling the holiday weather. Can't believe we're back around this fun time of the year once again.
    by kdkelly at 11/18/08 7:26PM
  • whatsyourconfession
    Hey Jarrod, how are things with you and your family? How are you liking the church that you are at?
    by whatsyourconfession at 11/21/08 8:56AM
  • yellowrose
    great to see you guys tonight. your kiddos are SO cute! Hope your thanksgiving is happy!
    by yellowrose at 11/26/08 10:54PM

Quotes

I know there’s a lot, but take your time. This will be here a while. :)
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Don't tell God how Big your storm is, tell the Storm how Big your God is.

You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments when you have really lived, are the moments when you have done things in a spirit of love. --Henry Drummond

Looking back, I have this to regret, that too often when I loved, I did not say so. --David Grayson

Love cures people, both the ones who give it and the ones who receive it. --Dr. Karl Menninger

Love means to love that which is unlovable; or it is no virtue at all. --G. K. Chesterton

People need loving the most when they deserve it the least. --John Harrigan

Love one another and you will be happy. It's as simple and as difficult as that. --Michael Leuning

Love, in the final analysis, is wisdom. --E.W. Kenyon

The greatest use of a life is to spend it for something that will outlast it.—Anonymous

Life is not measured by the number of breaths we take but by the moments that take our breath away.—Anonymous

And in the end, it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years. --Abraham Lincoln

We are not human beings on a Spiritual journey. We are Spiritual Beings on a human journey.—Anonymous

I don't fear failure. I fear succeeding at something that doesn't matter.--Dan Erickson

Are you a thermostat, or a thermometer? Do you merely reflect the environment, or do you change it? –Unknown

The wise person questions himself, the fool others. –Henri Arnold

When you were born, you cried and the world rejoiced. Live your life so that when you die, the world cries and you rejoice.--Indian saying

The Truth is heavy, therefore few care to carry it.

As scarce as truth is, the supply has always been in excess of the demand. ---Josh Billings

Truth stood on one side and Ease on the other; it has often been so. --Theodore Parker

Men stumble over the truth from time to time, but most pick themselves up and hurry off as if nothing happened.-- Winston Churchill

The truth will set you free, but first it will make you miserable. --Jim Davis

From the cowardice that shrinks from new truth; from the laziness that is content with half-truths; from the arrogance that thinks it knows all truth – oh God of Truth deliver us!—Unknown

In this world, those who seek the truth will also find trouble. --Gary Amirault

The folks who know the truth aren't talking…. The ones who don't have a clue, you can't shut them up! --Tom Waits

If a thousand old beliefs were ruined in our march to truth we must still march on. --Stopford Brooke

First they ignore it, then they laugh at it, then they say they knew it all along. --Alexander Humbold

All truth passes through three stages. First, it is ridiculed. Second, it is violently opposed. Third, it is accepted as being self-evident. --Arthur Schopenhauer

The Greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge. --Stephen Hawking

Some minds are like concrete, thoroughly mixed up and permanently set. --Rev. Denny Brake

When a man who is honestly mistaken hears the truth, he will either quit being mistaken, or cease to be honest. –Unknown

The greatest enemy of any one of our truths may be the rest of our truths. --William James

It is better to be divided by truth than to be united in error.— Adrian Rodgers

The thought that provokes thought is much more valuable than the thought that is only an echo of an accepted truth. - Thomas W. Hanford

Once your soul has been enlarged by a truth, it can never return to its original size. --Blaise Pascal

A mind once stretched by a new idea never regains its original dimensions.--Oliver Wendell Holmes

"Learn from the mistakes of others. You can't live long enough to make them all yourself."

"To handle yourself, use your head; To handle others, use your heart.

Love is the one option that is always open to you.

Better a heart filled with love than a mind filled with knowledge.

Appreciation makes people feel more important than almost anything else you can give them.

Where there is no love, pour love in, and you will draw love out.
- St. John of the Cross

We shall never know all the good that a simple smile can do.

Life is a journey and it is love that makes that journey worthwhile.

The world needs more warm hearts and fewer hot heads.

The genius of communication is the ability to be totally honest and totally kind at the same time.
- James Powell

Faith plants the seed. Love makes it grow.

You may give without loving, but you cannot love without giving.

Anytime is the right time for hugs.

If we really want to love, we must learn how to forgive.

Never miss an opportunity to tell someone you love them.

Speak kind words and you will hear kind echoes.

No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.
- Aesop

Only those who dare to fail greatly can ever achieve greatly.
- Robert F. Kennedy

An optimist sees an opportunity in every calamity; a pessimist sees a calamity in every opportunity.
- Winston Churchill

The greatest danger for most of us is not that we aim too high and we miss it, but we aim too low and reach it.
- Michelangelo

I am not discouraged because every wrong attempt discarded is a step forward.
- Thomas Edison

No one is useless in this world who lightens the burden of it to anyone else.
- Charles Dickens

Security isn't what the wise person looks for - it's opportunity.
- Earl Nightingale

What sunshine is to flowers, smiles are to humanity.
- George Eliot
Life has to be lived. That's all there is to it.
- Eleanor Roosevelt.

Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.
- Napoleon Hill

We are all called upon to do small things with great love.
- Mother Teresa

So much has been given to me, I have not time to ponder over that which has been denied.
- Helen Keller

Only a life lived for others is the life worthwhile.
- Albert Einstein

I expect to pass through life but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can show, Or any good thing I can do to any fellow being, Let me do it now, as I shall not pass this way again.
- William Penn

Life itself is the most wonderful fairy tale.
- Hans Christian Anderson

Peace is not merely a distant goal that we seek but a means by which we arrive at that goal.
- Martin Luther King, Jr.

Let loose of what you can't control. Serenity will be yours.

The quieter you become the more you can hear.

Don't fill your time with worry - fix what you can and let the rest take care of itself.

Those who are at war with others are not at peace with themselves.
- William Hazlett

Worry is like a rocking chair, it gives you something to do, but it doesn't get you anywhere.

Worry does not empty tomorrow of its sorrows, it empties today of its strength.
- Corrie Ten Boom

A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.

What you think of yourself is much more important than what others think of you.
- Seneca

I've learned that the more possessions I acquire, the less free I feel.

We cannot hold a torch to light another's path without brightening our own.
- Ben Sweetland

Have patience with all things, but especially with yourself.

Ninety percent of the friction of daily life is caused by the wrong tone of voice.

If you are patient in one moment of anger, you will escape a hundred days of sorrow.
- Chinese Proverb

Treat people as if they were what they ought to be, and you help them to become what they are capable of being.
- Goethe

Nothing is so strong as gentleness. Nothing is so gentle as real strength.
- Frances de Sales

Wisdom is divided into two parts: (a) having a great deal to say, and (b) not saying it.

One's mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.
- Oliver Wendell Holmes

When nobody around you seems to measure up, it's time to check your yardstick.
- Bill Lemley

O Lord, please fill my mouth with worthwhile stuff, and nudge me when I've said enough.

Welcome anything that comes to you, but do not long for anything else.

I often regret that I have spoken; never that I am silent.
- Publilius Syrus

Be not angry that you cannot make others as you wish them, since you cannot even make yourself as you wish to be.
- T. A. Kempkis

“Unless I am convicted by Scripture and plain reason, I do not accept the authority of popes and councils, for they have contradicted each other. My conscience is captive to the Word of God. I cannot and I will not recant anything, for to go against conscience is neither right nor safe. Here I stand, I cannot do otherwise. God help me, Amen." –Martin Luther


When the heart weeps for what is lost, the spirit laughs for what it has found.
- Sufi Aphorism

Every day do your best. God will do the rest

All I have seen teaches me to trust the Creator for all I have not seen.
- Ralph Waldo Emerson

Frequently remind yourself that God is with you, that He will never fail you, that you can count upon him. Say these words, "God is with me, helping me."
- Norman Vincent Peale

Fear ends where faith begins.

Sorrow looks back, worry looks around, faith looks up.

Fear knocked at the door and faith answered. No one was there.
- Old English Proverb

If you have a song of faith in your heart, it will be heard by the look on your face.

We are at peace with God and all mankind when we hear the silence and do not feel alone.

Eating lunch with a friend, hearing the rain patter against the window. There is no event so commonplace but that God is present within it, always hidden, always leaving room to recognize Him or not to recognize Him.

As you practice counting your blessings, you will find that your faith is being suddenly revitalized.
- Robert Schuller

If we just give God the little that we have, we can trust Him to make it go around.
- Gloria Gaither

When I look at the galaxies on a clear night - when I look at the incredible brilliance of creation, and think that this is what God is like, then instead of feeling intimidated and diminished by it, I am enlarged . . . I rejoice that I am a part of it.
- Madeleine L. Engle

When thou prayest, rather let thy heart be without words than thy words without heart.

No matter how steep the mountain - the Lord is going to climb it with you.
- Helen Steiner Rice

The Lord will either calm your storm . . . or allow it to rage while He calms you.

In love grace faith and peace,

Jarrod
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If you have a favorite quote (or several) please add it below.
  • yellowrose
    wow, there's a lot of good stuff in there. did you copy and paste from somewhere or have you been compiling for a while? ;)
    by yellowrose at 09/08/08 12:46PM
  • jarrod
    copied and pasted from a few different places.
    by jarrod at 09/08/08 6:45PM
  • dianna
    Some good stuff. I'm going to have to refer to some of these in conversations. :)
    by dianna at 09/09/08 1:05AM
  • misslynn
    Thanks for your comment, Jarrod. When Steve and I got engaged, I had one dress that I used to wear to work that I thought was perfectly acceptable. It was just below the knee in length, buttoned up high enough, was loose enough, and had steeves. BUT, Steve told me that now that we were engaged, he felt he had to tell me not to wear that dress anymore because it gapped away from my chest when I leaned over and revealed what should not be revealed. I was not a Christian yet, and I was stunned that he would say such a thing. But, I was learning about being a Christian and the husband/wife relationship, so I complied. I can't tell you how thankful I am that I have a husband who cares enough for my soul to tell me when I am sinning and helps me with that. Would you be interested in writing an article to the men along the lines of "Husbands, Help Your Wives Be Modest" on here?
    by misslynn at 09/09/08 7:01AM
  • windham4life
    wow, that's a lot of good quotes! It might take me a while to get through them all. hehe But I already read a lot. :)
    by windham4life at 09/09/08 9:14PM
  • janarrod
    i tag u j-rod!
    by janarrod at 09/24/08 11:52PM

Theology: Fuel for life, not life itself

Every week I get a few religious periodicals sent to me via e-mail. Below is the bulk of one I recently got from Kevin Beck, Colorado Springs, CO (borrowed with his permission). It hit home with me and said a lot of what I’d like to say but in words better than I could put it. Enjoy.
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I've got to confess that I really love the Biblical story and talking about it with others.

So I know that it's easy to become enamored with the trappings of theology, scripture, and the world of religion. You might read the Bible carefully, think about how the story fits together, and contemplate all of the implications.

You might wonder why others don't see things the way you do and work hard showing them your point of view.

You might wile away the hours in intense study and deep meditation.

As noble and important as all of that is and can be, it cannot substitute for living life. Understanding the story can fuel life, but it is not life itself.

I know firsthand how our thinking about God, Jesus, and theology can become a distraction from life. It's a relatively common experience. We see it in John 9. As Jesus and his disciples were walking together, they came upon a man who had been born blind. The disciples asked a question that revealed their thoughts.

"Rabbi, who sinned, this man or his parents, that he was born blind"

Blinded to the human standing before them, the disciples saw a theological dilemma. An academic exercise. A point of debate.

Jesus, though, saw more. … And he dealt directly with the blind man's outer condition and the disciples' inner condition.

Every day, we have choices to make about how we invest our time, thoughts, emotions, and selves. We can get so caught up in theology that we become functional premillennialists -- raptured out of the real world and into a theological ether world. Or we can be compelled by the love of God and love for one another to remember that theology was made for humanity -- not humanity for theology.

Right now, there are people facing cancer, depression, acute hunger, loss of employment, fear, the death of a loved one, flooded houses. I'm sure you're facing your own personal challenges at the moment -- just like all of us. Seeing the fulfillment of the Biblical story doesn't make our daily hurdles magically disappear.

If we're not consciously living our lives, we may use our theology as a way of sidestepping or ignoring life in the moment.

I hope that the Greatest Story Ever Told is propelling you into a deeper and fuller life. That you're doing more than debating... That you're incarnating 1Corinthians 13 as you connect with the people in your world. That you're being present as God is present with us.
  • jarrod
    You bet I'm a man! John Locke made a man out of me.
    by jarrod at 07/22/08 7:19AM
  • ambiguous_username
    Jarrod.....I don't appreciate you coming to my blog and expressing a view contrary to mine. That's not appreciated.
    by ambiguous_username at 07/22/08 7:24AM
  • ambiguous_username
    In all seriousness though.....I appreciate your comments. I'll have to study it more and consider your point.
    by ambiguous_username at 07/22/08 7:25AM
  • jarrod
    ;)
    by jarrod at 07/22/08 8:04AM
  • theparks
    you know what one is!!! im sure you've had one in your house a time or two;-)...if not, come to my house on a monday!
    by theparks at 07/22/08 8:43AM
  • janarrod
    Lost....i miss LOST!
    by janarrod at 07/22/08 10:31AM
  • gslover
    Great thoughts Jarrod! Amen!
    by gslover at 07/22/08 7:25PM
  • co_chad
    Um, never have watched Lost, so I think the video was lost on me. Is John Locke a Lost character or is that a reference to THE John Locke?
    by co_chad at 07/22/08 10:09PM
  • scottric
    They do have minimum speeds posted in Florida ;-) All the old geezers, I guess.
    by scottric at 07/23/08 7:34AM
  • iamchriswindham
    layoff the expensive ones, and hire cheap ones like me! ;)
    by iamchriswindham at 07/23/08 8:49AM
  • iamchriswindham
    ^obviously joking :)
    by iamchriswindham at 07/24/08 10:59AM
  • jarrod
    yeah, I could tell. Besides, you'd have to move to India to stand much of a chance. That's where they're sending all the jobs. (sigh)
    by jarrod at 07/24/08 11:01PM
  • windham4life
    These are such great thoughts. So true.
    by windham4life at 07/24/08 11:31PM
  • iamchriswindham
    India, hmmm...... :)
    by iamchriswindham at 07/25/08 10:05AM
  • skilario
    lol, yeah right Jarrod! BTW, good job tonight those were tough songs!
    by skilario at 07/27/08 10:07PM
  • skilario
    haha, that's awesome. i didn't catch that either!
    by skilario at 07/28/08 11:22PM
  • yellowrose
    i know this is kind of random but my husband is a coppell firefighter and we were driving around coppell last night ane i was trying to remember which street you used to live on. does your mom still live there?
    by yellowrose at 07/29/08 9:04AM
  • yellowrose
    i got us all the way to woodhurst but couldn't remember which house. yes, i remember watching movies in the back room at your mom's, jumping off the house onto the trampoline, and a valentine's party. good times! i hate to say it but i don't remember the camp out at mom and dad's. was i there? i do remember camping by the lake though. what happened to rusty? last i heard he was living out of the state and about to get married?
    by yellowrose at 07/30/08 8:36AM
  • yellowrose
    yeah, i asked my folks tonight about the camp out and i think i must have had to work and then slept inside or something. glad y'all had fun! lol rusty called me when i was in CA at the end of 2001 but that was the last i heard. i saw ryan and rich at the holidays and i haven't seen them in ages. i saw your kiddos at church tonight. they are so cute! i wish mine had cousins to grow up with.
    by yellowrose at 07/30/08 11:36PM
  • hotrodr92
    hi its jared hardison i found you
    by hotrodr92 at 09/05/08 9:46PM