Monday, October 19, 2009

Justin, Lazy Sunday and Ping Pong

We picked up Kelly and one of her roommates Shea and went to church at Watermark Community Church in Dallas. The whole congregation is twenty or thirty somethings.They are building a new auditorium and are adding to their downtown campus. It is quite impressive and a very large church. Most of all the worship and message were great. The pastor Todd Wagner spoke in the series: The Big Twelve (church doctrine and why it is important.)After church, Pam and I joined Kelly and some of her friends at Bread Winners Cafe. It had a great brunch menu.The cafe was open and spacious, well decorated and the food was excellent.
A highlight of the time there was seeing one of my favorite PGA golfers: Justin Leonard. His wife Amanda was nice enough to take our picture.Leonard has been on the tour since 1994 and done quite well. He has 12 PGA tour wins including the 1997 British Open Championship. He and his wife were very gracious. I imagine fans introduce themselves all the time. The price of fame.

Next, we went to Kelly's house, hung out for the afternoon, had dinner and played some ping pong. I used to love playing ping pong growing up. Pam joined in and gave Kelly a run for her money. Pam and I left about 8:00 and made it back to the campground in plenty of time. Curfew is 10:00. That sums up another day with the Roadrunner Chronicles.

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4 comments:

  1. Glad to see you back on the road again. Hope all is well with the MH.

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  2. Sounds like a great day with your family and friends.... Great Ppictures... Have a wonderful day!

    Travel Safe
    Donna

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  3. Isn't it great when you run across a celebrity who is also a nice person? I'll always remember Justin Leonard for the famous putt on the 17th green at Brookline that won the Ryder Cup for the U.S.

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  4. I just started reading your blog a few days ago.
    and will continue to read it Great job. keep it up

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