2008 in Review

2008 was a crazy year for me. I took some time to look back at some of the posts that I have written throughout this year just to remember the highlights and some of the not so highlights of this year.

January 1st of 2008 I went to the Winter Classic (outdoor hockey game) at Ralph Wilson Stadium. It was awesome!

In Feburary I announced that I would be moving to Cincinnati to plant Walls Down Church. Also I played my last hockey game for my High School team which was a playoff game that we lost 3-2.

In April we visited Cincinnati for the first time to see where we would be living.

In June I had my last day of school in my now old school.

July was a big month. We left New York to move to Cincinnati. I had to say goodbye to many people and my house that I had lived in for my entire life.

August was the first full month in my new house and I started school in my new school that month. I also started drumming at Center Pointe Church in August which was a great experience.

In October we started meeting weekly for Walls Down Church to build a core team.

December I went to visit New York for the first time since we left. It was great to see all the people and I also got to see a hockey game of my old team. It was strange to be watching a game and not playing but it was still cool to see it.

Even though 2008 was a bit of a wild ride for me, overall it was a good year. I’m sure the craziness isn’t over yet but I can’t’ wait to see what 2009 will bring me!


One Response

  1. Wow, you went to the Winter Classic! I wish I could have been there to see my Pens win!


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