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Thanks to all my friends and family for coming out to Johnny's Pizza to wish me a happy 18th birthday! I suppose the highlight of the evening would of course have to be when my parents presented me with a blue Jeep Liberty with rollback roof! :) It's been a blast cruisin' around town on these beautiful spring days! I love you all very much, and thanks again from the bottom of my heart!
This year I'm studying the Heart of Acts as a participant in the North American Bible Quizzing program. Here's a pic of my team and some really great quiz friends. :)
Here's a pic of all the seniors that attended our Christian Homeschool Association Junior/Senior Banquet!
John and I were about to go into the studio to do some more recording and were greeted by one of the most GORGEOUS rainbows I've EVER seen! Of course, it reminded me that God's promises will always be! :) What a beautiful reminder of His never ending mercy! :)
I know these pics are a bit late, but yes, we REALLY DID have snow in LOUISIANA! W00T! :)
Some of the best BBQ I've ever eaten is in a little place in Franklin, TN. Accolades go to my producer, John DeNosky, for introducing me to Mickey Roos. My absolute favorite thing on the menu is the sausage... YUMMY! What could be better than "Texas BBQ" in Tennessee and occasionally a live band!
Every time I go to Nashville to record, I have to stop in at Dotson's for the fried chicken and AMAZING home-made rolls! The walls are filled with pictures of recording artists that frequent one of my favorite spots to eat.
Some weeks ago, I got together with a local band, Fire in Salem, for a great night of praise and worship! :)
I had a wonderful time on the early morning Jam N Java show on Hill Radio! Thomas and I did a few songs on live radio and had a great visit with Rick Godley. In the words of Mr. Rick himself, "I had a great time and thought it went very well. You and Thomas did great. Stay in touch and I’d love to have you back on as soon as you get your new project."
A chill was in the air this past Saturday as Christmas Downtown kicked off its festivities in West Monroe. As Hayley Masters and her band filled the lighted streets with music, young and old alike stopped by the main stage in Antique Alley to escape the hustle and bustle. 'Twas absolutely fabulous!
On a stormy Friday night, people braved the torrential rain and mud to come out to the annual camp singing. We had a feast of roasted pig, grilled chicken, and all the fixings, not to mention all of the delicious desserts! Lots of singing, camp fires, and fun times with friends once again made for a memorable night!
Here are a few crazy pics! :)