Saturday, June 30, 2007

Too Little Too Late's been too long and a lot has happened since the last post. If you have been keeping up with Athan then you know that he is well. Mom and Dad are beginning to settle into some semblance of a routine.

My parents visited this past week and we had a splendid time. We got to go to Ohio and see the g-rents among other relatives. We also got to go to VBT (Vandalia Baptist Temple) for church this past Sunday. It was the church that I grew up in. I have to be honest in saying that I was rather proud of myself during the visit. I felt no animosity which is somewhat of a breakthrough for me at this point. There is no web-site for this church. Here is the closest thing I could find. The family in the picture is the family of the current Senior Pastor. Good times.

I am off from work for the next two weeks. Friday may actually have been my last day. We'll see if HR notices that I am gone more than three days. I hope not...I would miss my friends at the plant.

On a side note: Dru and I have been enjoying the first season of Dead Like Me today. Check it out if you have the time. It's an interesting concept.

Jan is coming into town tomorrow and we are going to Kings Island on Tuesday. I'm really looking forward to that.

Thursday, June 14, 2007

Two Things I Know

1. The boy is home!

2. I am sure that this guy was the Devil!

Saturday, June 02, 2007

Athan's Journey

Chad started a blog for Amberly and Ryan so that people can be updated on the status of Athan. You can find it here. A lot has happened in the past few days but they have done a great job at keeping everyone informed. You will find that the most recent news is good news.

Sorry it has taken me until now to post this. I worked 32 hours in the past three days at Webasto making Sunroofs. I can't complain though compared to the 35 hours that Sarah's husband Alan put in.

I've only really done 2 of the many jobs on the Nissan line. A job called "Materials", which consists of keeping everyone stocked with, you guessed it, the right materials, and "Tracks" which consists of screwing extremely small screws through little, tiny plastic pieces into metal, you guessed it again, tracks.


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