I woke up this morning to the sound of "Da-DEEEEeEEeeEEeee!" Daniel was awake and ready to go at 7:15. Unfortunately for me I was wide awake until after 2am last night. I watched Discovery Channel for a while because I'm 33 and find it interesting. Plus, I'm obviously still on "road time." And since Sarah's on Infant Duty, I'm on Toddler Duty.
So I came downstairs with Daniel this morning, made a quick cup of coffee for myself (or 2), took my morning meds with a swig of OJ, got Daniel some oatmeal and OJ, and sat down in the living once he was done. The Christmas lights were on, it was still dark outside since it was raining, and I played a couple episodes of Sunrise Earth that I have saved on the TV while I read a little. One hour of HD footage of some of the most magnificent landscapes during sunrise. No music, no narration, just the sound of the wind, water, morning birds and any other wildlife that may be near. It's quite the peaceful way to wake up.
It actually made me miss the road. Usually we only see loading docks and dressing rooms, but if we plan well, we actually get to see some of this incredible world we live in.
So I'm getting ready to go out on a little Spring Tour. We're still looking for dates to fill, and many of you ask me if I'd visit your area. The answer is "Yes, I'd love to!" But we kinda need to be officially brought in by a promoter. So, if you're interested, have your church or school (or a collaborative effort of a few churches/schools!) give my booking agents a call! It will just be myself and my guitar player, Scotty, we'll have a little Storyteller/Worshipful evening, and I'll bring my camera and take a few pictures of your town! ;)
Hope to see you!