Three T’s

The first “t” is that I am tired. On Friday we had a youth staff retreat and we stayed up late playing games. So on Friday I woke up at 4:30a for work and then I went to bed at 3:30a that night. I was only awake for 23 hours. But I did manage to get 5 hours of sleep. And then of course last night I stayed up late to watch House after the Super Bowl and then had to get up at 4:30a for work. I was tired all day but I still went to the gym and worked out and then came home and took a nap.

The second “t” is for Twitter. I am just curious if anyone who read this blog Twitters. If you do post a comment and link me to your Twitter page. My Twitter page can be found here. It is a fun little site where you can update what you are doing throughout the day either by text or directly on the site itself, and then follow other friend’s “Tweets”.

The third “t” is for our new TV. On Thursday, Kimmy’s birthday, we got our Federal tax refund back and so we went out and bought an HDTV. We ended up getting a Sam’s Club. It is not the fanciest or largest, but it is perfect for our entertainment center and the price was good. Vizio is a very good brand of HDTV. We got the TV home just in time to take it out of the box, plug it in and watch Lost in HD. How sweet is that?

I even called up AT&T to get my U-Verse upgraded to receive the HD programs and they were able to connect it right over the phone in 5 minutes. Then it is supposed to cost $10 more a month, but they gave it to us free for a year. I also connected a old set of rabbit ears to the TV so I can get the HD on my picture in picture. If you have a HDTV do not believe the stores that say you have to have a set of digital antennas to receive the HD signal. Any set of antennas will pick it up, but I do recommend getting a powered set.

I love out HDTV. I only wish that the Super Bowls outcome came out better in HD then it did. But I do have to congratulate the Manning brothers for winning back to back Super Bowls. That is impressive.

I am a follower of Jesus, a husband to Kim, father to Hannah & Caleb, and the connections pastor at The River Church. The thoughts expressed here are my own and not The River Church's.

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