Yes, this has been posted 2 days after I wrote it...

Well, Hello Hello.. I hope everyone reading this is just glorious. I'm sitting on a plane on my way to NYC. I've been so stinking restless on planes recently. I seriously don't know what my deal is. I fly all the time.. Granted I've been on like 10 different flights in one week.. So maybe that has something to do with it. Maybe I need to run around the airport before I board next time. Better yet, I'm gonna go run around first class real fast... Be right back...
....Brilliant, they were gonna throw me off the plane but they didn't have a parashoot....

Oh, something weird happened to me this morning. So I'm checking in at the airport today and a lady walks up to me and asks me if I'd carry something for her through security.. I couldn't really understand what it was exactly that she wanted me to carry for her cause she didn't speak English too well. First she said something about her laptop. Then something about having too much candy. Then she was pointing to her purse. Now, I'm all about helping people, I'm usually very nice when people ask for help but I'm sorry, this is an airport. I'm not gonna carry something for you through security!! Are you kidding me?! I mean she didn't look like she'd have drugs or a bomb BUT you just never know. What if it was something and I got stopped at security? "Oh, I'm sorry Mr TSA guy, that's totally not my bag, I'm holding it for a women I just met five minutes ago." I may be a blonde, kids but I do have common sense.. Well, maybe that's going a little to far.. Whatevs

So, we had two shows this weekend. One in Gatlinburg and the other in Boston. Both shows were amazing. We had a day between both shows and we planned on going to Boston a day early just to see the city but we ended up spending our entire day at the DC airport watching the crazy blizzard outside... So, I'm a little bummed we didn't get to see Boston. Nor did I get to throw tea into the harbor to protest Americas insane tea taxes but I guess that will just have to happen on another trip. So we went home for a few hours after the Boston show then it was back to the airport to go to NYC. We don't have shows there, just some meetings... Wow, that makes me sound old and mature. But don't be deceived cause really, I'm just a drummer in a rock band who says no to girls who try to have me carry drugs and/or bombs through security..

Speaking of being a drummer in a rock band, Lyssa pointed out to me the other day that we have been doing music for 11 years. 11 Years!!!! That means I was 13 years old when I picked up a pair of drum sticks for the first time and I haven't stopped playing since... Little did I know I'd be doing it for a living. Its weird to think that music and traveling are all I've really known my whole life.. And when I think about that I feel like I am the luckiest girl ever. The fact that God lets me do this for a living. That He made a way for us to travel as sisters and as a family and we get to experience this life together. As hard as it is at times, I wouldn't trade it for the world. God is so good. Only He could have imagined this for my life cause I certainly never saw it.. I can't wait to see what God has up is sleeve for the next 11 years! (Yes, they are really big sleeves.)

Well, I'm gonna go read some more of my incredible Philip Yancey book. Its called What's So Amazing About Grace. It's, hands down, one of the most incredible books I've ever read. I encourage you to pick it up. I seriously cry every single time I read it. Its a beautiful realization that we have done nothing to deserve the grace of God but how we need to accept it cause its what He died to give us.. And I know I couldn't live my life with out His grace or goodness. I really do serve an amazing God..

NYC here we come. We will eat your Pinkberry, pray you have good tofu and shop at your stores. Don't say I didn't warn you. (yes, I like to eat, so what?)

L