Here’s some snippets of what has been going on in Santa Rosa…

Sarah and I went to a Dana Carvey concert on Saturday night, courtesy of tickets from Sarah’s parents.  Dana was hilarious.  His impressions were incredible.  When listening to comedians I am consistently reminded of the intelligence needed to be able to pull off such a profession.  Good times.

Happy belated fathers day to all fathers and all those who act like fathers to others.  You are desparately needed in the world.

Today is our second wedding anniversary.  We went to Bodega Bay for lunch and the views – a place on the coast we spent part of our honeymoon at.  There we had some great fish and chips and clam chowder!  The evening was a great dinner at a downtown Santa Rosa restaurant called Flavor.  Definitely a place to check out if you’re in the area.  Sarah was able to reconnect with some friends from High School (and get free desserts).  I believe I love Sarah now more than ever before – because our love is couched in the experiences of the past two years.  Easy or trying times, we have made it through together and are looking forward to many more.

I am a graduate of Cedarville University, so the news that Antioch College is closing its doors, perhaps for good, caught my attention.  I found out here, by the way.  I can’t say I will miss the college much because of its views, as seen in the article as cookie-cutter and therefore predictable.  I loved driving through Yellow Springs though, especially the Gypsy cafe – where Sarah and I went on our first date.  We’ll see if the city keeps going…

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