(more images attached…) Yesterday I headed north with my 16 year old son to attend Hume Lake camp. We had a lot of fun doing a road trip together, eating cheeseburgers, fries, and shakes, then dropping him off. That let a 4+ hour solo road trip on the way home for me, but made for… Read More
(click through for more images) Update from LATimes: Still don’t have a lot of information, heard there was a murder/break in in #SantaMonica, that someone was shot or someone was stabbed. But one thing was for sure, the suspect is still on the loose with police helicopters hovering overhead. Heard them overhead saying “come out… Read More
(click through for more) Had a great day with the little one yesterday! Went to Filmore to see trains, then traveled through Thousand Oaks and was impressed the grass is still green and the flowers still have color, then came home by way of coast and we saw a couple whales right off show around… Read More
(click through to see a couple more) Went to the Antelope Valley Poppy Fields last night – I think i missed the peak though, but it was still such a beautiful night – never been there. Can’t wait to go back next year at the peak of the bloom!
(click through to see all images) Serving at the landfill was interesting. The environment is beyond squalor – after all, it IS a landfill these people are living in. We dealt with a girl who had schizophrenia, had been screaming all night, hadn’t eaten or drank anything for 5 days, and was given a shot… Read More
Today was a much needed respite from yesterday’s visit to Casa de Luz. (Click through to see images) We went out with the team from Alabama that are here for baseball and that my son has been playing with and from the sounds of it, has been adopted as the team mascot since he’s older… Read More
(Click through to see today’s images)… Today’s excursions produced a mixed bag of emotions in me. We started off tagging along with Springwood Christian, a school roughly an hour outside of Atlanta, and went to a sugar cane village (Santa Fe) to deliver food. We started the morning bagging some food which would feed a… Read More