Tuesday, April 01, 2008

A Little Road Trip

Davin and I just got back from a little road trip! On Thursday we headed out with some kids from our youth group to check out Cedarville University. Cheney and Alan had already been there, but Davin and I had not seen it, so off we went. (I think it is in the running for colleges that Cheney is considering at this point.) Davin could not have thought the trip was any better! He loved everything about it. He loved the long, long, long car ride. He loved the tours. We also visited Grove City College on the way to Ohio. He loved where we stayed. He just loved everything. It was funny. While we were at Cedarville, I got to visit one little teenager from upstate NY that I used to teach as a Sparky and then later when she was in junior high. That was very nice. We also got to see friends of ours who moved a couple months ago. Fun! It was a long, long ride for a short stay at the college, but I must say it was nice to visit Cedarville. I really appreciated the attitude that I got from the students. Chapel was wonderful and the spiritual energy was wonderful to be around.

6 comments:

Martha said...

Did you give Michele a hug for me?

Michelle said...

So glad you are back! I wondered where you were!! I bet it was fun to get away. Did you see Matt Minier? He is an RD there. (I think that's what it's called.)

I took a road trip to Ohio as well. I was near Clevland. I hoping to post about it soon.

Bethany said...

Aw, you got to see Michele? How is she these days?

Heather said...

Michele is doing great! She loves it there. Lee is getting to go out and visit her on Thursday, I think. So, that will be fun. I did not get to see Matt because I didn't realize he was still there until late Friday night. I did get to give Michele a hug, Martha. It was very nice to see her all grown up and at college. She is turning out real good!

Christine said...

How cool! Thanks for the inspring commetns you left on my blog. I wish we could do coffee sometime.

Angie said...

Sounds like such a nice time. It's always good to have agreeable company along the way.