March 30, 2009


Yesterday, we went to the 97x Birthday Bash Concert with our friends and had a great day.  The weather was perfect and the music was good.  Third Eye Blind played and a couple other local bands.


  1. Sounds like fun!! Glad to see you guys are getting out and enjoying yourselves. :)

  2. There's that Beastie-Boy's-esque picture we took! Man I had to work hard for that one but it was all worth the rest of you reading this, I'm the portly fella in the back next to the lovely Lauren. :)

  3. Hi there Lauren. I hope that you are doing well. Brien and I have been praying deeply for you and Josh. I hope you are doing well, and think of you often. I am following this blog, and find Angie to be a very insirational person, and I don't know if you are following her or not, but still wanted to share. She lost her daughter Audrey very soon after she was born, and thought that she could give you a little hope in her story. Audrey's first birthday is Tuesday.

    I just wanted to try and find a way to make you feel and help you know that you are not alone, and that you are being prayed for and are loved, even by complete strangers. I hope you enjoy her blog, and find some hope in all the prayers and in Audrey's Story.

    Love always, prayers forever. :)

  4. I had a great time with you at the concert!! It was great cutting loose a little. Good times!!

  5. Now, this looks like a fun night out!


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