I’m off to Dallas for the week to celebrate my father-in-law’s 70th birthday and probably also to celebrate his retirement.
While I am looking forward to seeing that side of the family, I have to say, not really looking forward to Dallas. Because, well, it’s… Texas. Hah.
I have my Redskins jersey sitting on my bed and trying to decide if I want to take the risk of wearing it. I wouldn’t have thought of it at all, until my wife mentioned that she was going to sport her Troy Aikman jersey (the one I got her for her birthday… .. .. …). I don’t want people to be mistaken that this household supports something like that Cowboys.

I am also in the midst of trying to find a church to attend on Sunday near Dallas. I’m hoping that we won’t have to spend the day with the in-laws (translation: at a Korean speaking church). For those of you in the Dallas area, any suggestions? I really for a second thought about the Potter’s House (?) but I don’t think I want to go.

I’m hoping to get some good BBQ down in Dallas, as well.

See you when I get back. =)

2 thoughts on “Dallas

  1. You could always check out Highland Park UMC and go to the Cornerstone service (contemporary) for a glimpse of one of the more successful UM contemporary services in the area. Cornerstone is almost like a separate congregation, but it is part of Highland Park and worships at Highland Park, though they place they normally worship is under construction, so they are worshiping across the street. I only recommend this because it is what I know, as I teach Sunday school there every week.

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