Tuesday, February 27, 2007

Snow video

Jeremy taking a video this afternoon... :)

Friday, February 23, 2007

Friday quote

"Weather forecast for tonight: dark. Continued dark overnight, with widely scattered light by morning."

-George Carlin

Tuesday, February 20, 2007

I went snowboarding for the first time yesterday and now I am sore.... :)

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Switchfoot Concert!

This past Thursday night was a night to remember.

At 4:15pm Steve, Jeremy, and I went down to Medford and saw a Switchfoot and Copeland concert and yes it was tons of fun! We got there around 5:00 and sat in line for a hour as we waited for the doors to open at 6. There were about 20 people when we got there and by the time they opened the doors there were
probably like 200. While we were in line two people stopped and asked Steve what was going on. It was kind of weird. There was all these people in line and yet they both stopped to talk to Steve, what a guy! I don't think he really liked it. There was also this radio station there that was reporting live outside the concert and they
had this contest where someone could win backstage passes to meet Switchfoot and all that...none of us won.

We finally made it into the building and got to
stand in the middle of the room for about another hour as the crowd filled up more and more until we were all smashed up and boy was it hot! My legs were so sore after Thursday night
after standing for like 5 hours straight, but it was
worth it.

Copeland started to play first at 7:15pm and since there drummer was not there they played
acoustic show and did about 6 songs and I
thought they were awesome, but it is too bad they didn't have a drummer because the crowded needed to get into it. We needed energy.

After Copeland played there was 25-30min break in between bands as they had to tune every single guitar that Switchfoot had and it was the same guy over and over who kept coming out. After awhile Steve and I were making jokes about the guy kept coming
out and it was probably the heat that was getting to us. I bet it was like 85-90 degrees in there.
Now on to the main event. Switchfoot came out
rocking and never let down. I figured they played around 18 songs in there set list and each one got the crowd jumping and just going crazy. It was SO awesome! Switchfoot played with so much energy! The singer was all over the stage and music was perfectly loud. In one part of the concert the singer grabbed a cymbal from the drum set and just started hitting as hard as he could while the guitar played started soloing. Another time during a song the singer asked for
help from the crowd because he needed someone
to play a cowbell for them and some guy got on
stage and was going crazy. That was pretty cool!
At the "last" song the singer crowd surfed while he sang and let crowd sing the chorus and all that.
It was sweet! The concert was just plain fun and by the time I left I was sweating like crazy and my legs were like mush.

All and all I am glad I went!

Monday, February 12, 2007

Happy Birthday Jesse! Big 22!

Thursday, February 8, 2007

Cars of 2010?

Which one is your favorite?

Wednesday, February 7, 2007


Hello everyone!

Sorry I have been kind of lazy with posting and all that. Nothing much has been going on in my life. Just doing school and work.

On Monday my dad and I went down to Medford for some man time and saw "Letters from Iwo Jima", a WWII movie about the Japanese side of the battle of Iwo Jima. It was an excellent movie that was great in all parts of movie making. The main central theme of the movie was that Americans and Japanese are not that much different from each and both sides of the war held real people who had real lives with real families. Also another theme that came out is that we should love are enemies. Probably one if not the best war movie I have ever seen.

In school I have a chemistry test tomorrow. 2night my mom helped me study and that was long and tiring. Right now the rest of the family is watching a episode from "The Walton's", some extremely old show which down right hilarious in Jeremy's and my eyes! Molly and mom don't think that it is supposed to be funny.

At work today I was working around the warehouse and a little bit outside in the rain and I saw that a helicopter kept flying over and around this one site. The helicopter looked like one those that you see on the Coast Guard rescue team thing. After awhile the copter left, but it was kind of weird.

I can't believe it is already February! Where has the time gone?

Take it easy everyone..........

Thursday, February 1, 2007

The Value of a Friend

Two are better than one
They refine each other under the sun
Through speech and conduct they grow
Stronger, closer, never to be brought low

Two are better than one
When battles rage they shall be won
For if one should fall
His companion will answer his call

Two are better than one
What they combine can't be undone
When Jesus is the foundation
They will surpass expectation

Two are better than one
All that once started will soon be done
Earth's pain and anger will end
Then we shall behold the truest of friends