A couple days ago, Adena tweeted me asking where I was? It seems that I'd gone missing from blog world! Life gets busy, doesn't it? One of my favorite quotes that I used in a sermon several months ago was from Craig Groeschel that goes, "If the Devil can't make us really bad, he'll make us really busy!" With everything from figuring out daddyhood to travelling to Daytona for the Southern Union Ministerium (a conference for all SDA Pastors in the South) to trying to get motivated on Ironman training, the blog got the back burner in my life. It happens. But, for a quick recap:
I'm not going to lie and say that I'm killing it on the training front and haven't missed any workouts. I've been really struggling! I know it's an excuse, but my schedule is so jacked up with this kiddo here, that it is just so hard to get my workouts in during the morning. My running has really suffered because of this. And the swimming? Yeah, well, I still haven't purchased my membership for the sweet Aquatic Center that's only 15 minutes away. That needs to happen ASAP! I will say that my love for cycling is kicking into gear. Whether it is time on the trainer in front of a screen or out on the open road, I'm really enjoying riding again. I'm ready for a tad bit warmer weather to fully enjoy it, although, it's been pretty nice recently. I love the South!
On Sunday, I went for a ride with my church board chairman, Billy, who just got a new bike. We had a lot of fun burning calories and sweating.
Baby C is GROWING so fast! He's outgrowing his clothes by the day. It seems that as soon as we put him in anything, he can only wear it once before he's stretching it out to the max. And he's really getting heavy too!
Every five years, all the Seventh-day Adventist pastors in the South gather at the Hilton in Daytona Beach, FL for some really cool meetings. There are terrific speakers as well as inspiring workshops to help grow our ministries. It's really cool, because all our families get to go as well. Jenn was so brave to go and take Baby C too. She's such a good mommy! Man, am I ever blessed!!! She had to feed him every couple hours, and she was confined to a hotel room. The only good thing was the view from our balcony.
All in all, 2013 has started off with a whole lot of blessings. I'm one happy guy that is enjoying every minute (except for the 3am feeding) of life. Thanks for reading.