To con Josh into doing my homework, I told him I would write his newest blog. So, I put on my brightest shirt and some basketball shorts, rolled around in the zebra stripped wheelchair to channel my inner Josh the Monoskier. Of course, I only asked Josh to do one small assignment for me out of a butt load so he's getting the better deal out of this. Here's what's been going on since we moved down to San Diego the day of my 32nd birthday...(he wouldn't mention that we spent my birthday with a moving van and the Nissan Xterra, would he.) Anyways, since we've been down here we have hung out with some old friends.
We started going back to Mission Valley Church of the Nazarene and are meeting a lot of great new people. We're involved in two small groups (we are the oldest people in one and the youngest in the other) and we help serve dinner to all of the small groups that meet at the church on Wednesday nights. We also moved down here in time for the church's 100 year anniversary celebration. Which was a dinner cruise! It was great. Josh spent part of that night enjoying the cruise with his parents on Skype.
While Josh was traveling to the southern hemisphere and winning medals in snowy New Zealand, I started school at Point Loma Nazarene University. If anyone tells you that they enjoy school now that they're older, they're lying. I didn't like school before and age isn't a magical pill that makes you all of a sudden enjoy it. As you get older some may get desperate enough to convince themselves that they like it, but trust me, I certainly don't.
My friend Vanessa came down to visit for a few days and it was great. We went to SeaWorld and fed fish to other fish and stuff: manta rays, sea lions, kids who's parents weren't looking...
Josh has also become a model for the foot company College Park. Here he is showing off their new stubby feet called "side kicks".
Doctor Who has also started it's 9th season and since we have On Demand for a few months, I'm able to keep up with it fairly well. It's fantastic!
Speaking of nerding out, our most recent trip was up to Yakima for their very first Comi-Con. Josh was one of the speakers! Even better was all of the great cosplays we saw. I'm rubbish at pictures. There's much better ones on their website and Facebook page for Central City Comic Con. Check them out and see what you missed!
There are a few more things that are going to happen before Josh leaves me for six month (Brian's wedding, new prosthetics, his dad coming down to help him move) but I'll leave you all guessing how those things go for his next blog coming to computers near you sometime in the future. :-)