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    15th May 2007

    And the heavens rejoiced!

    I’m glad that I put off writing on this site until today. I was planning on writing last week to celebrate the end of school and tell an amusing anecdote – but instead I get to say the words that everyone has been wanting to hear for two and a half months:

    Today I got my guitar back!

    It’s true. I sent an email to the DA on Friday, they got back to me yesterday with some questions, which I promptly answered… And today I went to Fort Collins and met the good detective at the pawn shop, and now my Martin is back in my possession. She has a few little scratches, and she’s definately a little dry, but it’s worth the character adding experience of having been stolen and returned. To celebrate I get to lead music at my church’s mid-week service (called Powersource) tomorrow night. Concerning this service, from www.3dvc.net:

    Join us for a time of praise & worship, prayer, teaching and discussion about what’s happening at 3rd Day. EVERYBODY is welcome and is encouraged to participate in this powerful event. Child care through 5th grade is provided. There will be an opportunity to be baptized tonight. Contact Pastor Blake for details.

    Meets at New Hope Fellowship – 717 Whedbee Street, Ft. Collins (2 blocks south of Mulberry). For more info, call 4VICTORY.

    And besides getting the guitar back, I’m also done with school now. For my third and final final exam of last week I did receive my lowest post-high-school final exam grade, but I guess I’m not crying about it too much right now because I should still pass the class.

    Now I just need to find a summer job or figure out something else to do with my life. Suggestions?

    If I weren’t disqualified on account of relation I would audition for the reality show my brother Eric and his crew is creating this summer, TheNextInternetMillionaire. All you have to do is make a short video convincing them to pick you for the show – or convincing the web that you should be picked for the show (voting counts for 50% of the selection process). It seems like it could be pretty cool – the winner gets $25000 and the chance to work with Joel Comm, an established internet millionaire, on a future project – but I’ll make a more significant post about it later this week…

    5 comments

    5 Responses to “And the heavens rejoiced!”

    1. Kimmy says:

      Praise the Lord!! I’m so glad you got your guitar back!!
      *insert happy dance here*

    2. Daryle says:

      Daryl, We at Everyday Joe’s have been praying for you and following your blog. We are so happy to hear that you got your guitar back. We have made some changes so hopefully it never happens again.

      Daryle
      Everyday Joe’s

    3. David says:

      Yeah!
      About time. It must be like seeing a long lost friend.

      Are you playing it till your fingers bleed like Bryan Adams? Or is that before your time to know that reference? 🙂

    4. Carrie & Robert says:

      We are rejoicing, about your guitars return, with you from South Korea! Things are going well here. Yesterday was our 1 month anniversary of being here. We’re still adjusting to the culture a bit but we’re really enjoying it so far. We’ve gotten by without knowing much of any Hangul but we’re going to make a conscious effort to learn more this next month. We’ve enjoyed reading your blog!

      Carrie & Robert

    5. Carrie & Robert says:

      We are rejoicing, about your guitars return, with you from South Korea! Things are going well here. Yesterday was our 1 month anniversary of being in Korea. We’re still adjusting to the culture, but so far we’re really enjoying it here! We’ve gotten by without knowing much of any Hangul but we’re going to make a conscious effort this next month to learn more. We enjoyed meeting you when we were in Loveland and we’ve enjoyed checking out your blog!

      Carrie & Robert

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