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Oh hi there.

Not much to catch you guys up on since my last entry, so this week’s blog might be a little short.

Saturday I got to go down to Charleston and visit Lauren for the day. I haven’t been able to get down there lately so it was nice to spend some time with her, even if it was just for a few hours. Well on Johns Island in Charleston there sits a giant Oak Tree called The Angel Oak. According to The Angel Oak’s wiki page: It is estimated to be in excess of 1500 years old, stands 65 feet tall, measures 28 feet in circumference, and shades with its crown an area of 17,000 square feet. Its widest crown spread point-to-point is 180 feet, which is longer than any other live oak in the country. If any of you ever find yourself in Charleston, SC it’s a pretty cool thing to go visit (also it’s free).

So I like to listen to a lot of heavy music as a lot of you may or may not know. One of the bands I like to listen to is called August Burns Red. Their frontman, Jake Luhrs, and drummer, Matt Greiner (among other people in the music industry) are a part of a ministry called HeartSupport. Take a second and visit their website . It’s full of inspirational blogs and stories of these guys’ lives on the road and their relationship with God. And I think you guys would enjoy reading some of the entries.

Well that’s it for me this week folks! I’ll see you guys next Tuesday!






  1. There’s a Q-tip in the dirty hamper

  2. Hey Philmont have a challenge for you. Next time your in west Fl. tell me and A couple of friends and I will beat yall in a soccer game.

  3. hey wow thts a big tree!

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