End of year blog entry begins here:
December is winding down, and with it, the best year I have ever experienced is coming to a close. In 12 months I have had the absolute pleasure of being around some amazing friends and musicians. For example, The David Crowder*Band, Green River Ordinance, Mat Kearney, and NEEDTOBREATHE all thoguht employing me was a good idea. Other highs include Taylor Swift cutting my hair, The Dallas Mavericks winning the title. The Texas Rangers run to the World Series, and a quarterback from Waco winning the Heisman. Oh, and by the way, I met the girl of my dreams! Well, we already knew each other from our scholastic endeavors at Baylor University, so the term “met” might not be perfectly applicable. The good news? We shall be wed in February of next year, providing she doesn’t come to her senses first. She has an amazing family that I cannot wait to be a part of. I could in fact be the luckiest guy in the universe. Did I mention she is ridiculously talented? Check out her awesome line of fashionable products for girls & brides at www.houseoflovely.com.
At any rate, the past 365 days have been spectacular. Thanks to any friends who lived with me on a bus, made time for me in their schedule to share a meal, or sent me an encouraging tweet, text, or email. Thanks to my family for understanding what I do and still loving me even when I only pop into town for 24 hours at a time. I am somehow able to make a living being around the people I know and love doing a job I know and love. I definitely take for granted that not everyone gets to do that.
I’m looking forward to the next chapter of this crazy life with my bride-to-be in our future home, Nashville, Tennessee. Our door will always be open, so please do not hesitate to come by and say hello!
Disclaimer: I may begin writing/posting more frequently. Well, I would like to anyway. That means if you are one who ever sees this website, be careful for what is in store for your eyes in 2012… It might be revolutionary, or very possibly a redundant picture of years past. At any rate, Merry Christmas!