Archive for the Personal Updates Category

A Floyd Christmas Eve

Posted in Christmas, Conversations with Micah, Family, Personal Updates with tags , , on January 15, 2011 by Lee

Recently, Micah, was given a writing assignment at school. ‘How did you spend Christmas Eve?’ was the assignment. Here is what HE wrote:

My night before Christmas begins with me and my family coming home from eating out. We always go out to eat on Christmas Eve. When we get home my parents let me and my sister open one present. After that, we all gather around and watch “Holiday Inn.” By the time we get done with the movie it’s one in the morning so it’s Christmas day. We end up opening all my presents. And that’s how I celebrate my Christmas Eve.

Pretty accurate I must say.


Opening Night

Posted in Family, Personal Updates, Theatre with tags , , on December 4, 2010 by Lee

Tonight I am participating in Angelo Civic Theatre production of “It’s a Wonderful Life.” The play is an adaptation from the classic movie with Jimmy Stewart (for the most part – its just like the movie).

This is my first official theatre performance since my early childhood. But most of the fun as come from hanging out with my dad – he plays the part of Mr. Potter (and he plays him very well). Come and check out the performances. The show opens tonight and runs through Dec. 18th.

To see some of the production photos click HERE

For show times, dates and to purchase tickets click HERE.

Conversations with Micah

Posted in Conversations with Micah, Family, Personal Updates with tags , on May 14, 2010 by Lee

Here is a recent conversation with my son. It is brief. It is a sign my son is moving ever closer to a teenager.

Micah: “Dad, I am growing up.”

Dad: “Micah, why are you telling me this?”

Micah: “When boys grow older they become interested in girls.”

So, I’ve just been informed my son is interested in girls. So it begins.

Man Time with Micah

Posted in Conversations with Micah, Family, Personal Updates on January 19, 2010 by Lee

Micah and I had our “Man Time” this past Saturday. We hit the new ‘Cork and Pig Tavern’ Fantastic pizza. You need to go.

Before that we hit the bowling alley and knocked around the pins.

Our discussion went from Dallas Cowboys, best pizza around, comic books, best comic book movie, super heros, and Abraham’s obedience.

We had a great time.

Daddy – Daughter Date Night

Posted in Conversations with Megan, Family, Personal Updates with tags , , on January 15, 2010 by Lee

Tonight Megan and I went on a “date.” Some one on one time between daughter and father.

It was a great night. We enjoyed a great meal @ our favorite restaurant in the world – “Chilis”. Finished it off with a root-beer float at A&W. In between, we sandwiched discussions about school, test, friends, Abraham’s example of obedience, comments about me veering off my diet a bit (it was only a tiny bit) and why God is not selfish for demanding our worship (her question).

All in all a great night with a great 10 year old.

Father, for the sake of your glory and for the sake of her sanctification, help me to be all I am supposed to be.

Flickr Update

Posted in Blogging, Family, Personal Updates with tags , , , , on January 10, 2010 by Lee

I just updated our flickr page. You can see it here. Or page down and see the flickr preview in the side bar.

Face lift almost complete

Posted in Blogging, Blogs I Frequent, Links to others, My Face Book, Personal Updates on January 9, 2010 by Lee

Most of the face lift is complete here on my blog. A few more adjustments to the sidebar and some updates on my flickr page and it should be complete. Now I just need to get in the habit of posting again.

I have started a new blog. You can find it here. This blog is dedicated to student ministry. I will definitely need to be more disciplined to keep up with it. Check it out and let me know what you think. (You can also find it in the side bar.)

And let me know what you think of the new design here as well. Both blogs have a subscription opportunity. Subscribe and stay up on all that is taking place in my head and across campus.