Family

  • I Lost my Brother

    By / October 10, 2017 / Family

    I was hiking on a mountain with my wife in far West Texas in Ft. Davis.  Cell service is sketchy there but my sister finally found me.  She called my wife and when my wife turned to give the phone to me I knew something was wrong.  The voice on the other end was that… [read more]

  • Chad’s Obitiuary

    By / October 10, 2017 / Family

    Chad Eric Freese died on September 23, 2017, he was forty-four years old.  He was born on January 23, 1973 in Stoughton, Wisconsin.  He was the third of four children born to Richard Wesley Freese and Sharon Kay Freese. Chad moved to Corona, California and then to Aurora, Colorado before settling in Tempe, Arizona.  Chad… [read more]

  • Taylor and Jeremy’s Wedding Photos

    By / October 3, 2014 / Family, Slider

    The Wedding Photos! Created with flickr slideshow.

  • The Value of Fathers

    By / May 15, 2014 / Family, Legacy

                      This was given to me by my friend, Ward Anderson, who along with myself is an Area Director for Man in the Mirror ministries.  It is worth the read.   The Inherent, irreplaceable value of fathers Published June 17, 2012 FoxNews.com On Father’s Day people tend… [read more]

  • Happy Birthday to my Cinco De Mayo wife!

    By / May 5, 2014 / Family, Slider

    Happy Birthday honey! I can’t believe that this is your *&^% birthday and the anniversary of our first day back in 1988.  Seems like yesterday and a long time ago – all at the same time.  I am so glad you decided to marry me!  I know I didn’t get off to a good start… [read more]

  • Home School – We Are Doing It!

    By / February 26, 2014 / Education, Family, Homeschooling

    My son is in high school and does not fit the typical high schooler.  He just did not do well in the traditional high school setting (studies are finding this to be true for a growing number of students). Now to be fair the high school he was attending is not very good.  In fact,… [read more]

  • TK in Nebraska

    By / February 13, 2014 / Family

    This is my youngest son “playing” ball in Nebraska, he was hysterical.

  • C.H.A.M.P.S., So Long Tom Clancy, a Great Trip

    By / October 9, 2013 / Family, Football, Slider

    Podcast: Play in new window | Download A Podcast from TTIT C.H.A.M.P.S., A Guy Trip, Tom Clancy Dies, A Man for all and a Movie Marathon on  TTIT 031: Todd’s a little under the weather Boys went to Dallas to see the Broncos beat (barely) the Dallas Cowboys Girls have a “Girls” weekend We are… [read more]

  • Broncos Win, ASU loses, But I am the Big Winner!

    By / October 7, 2013 / A New Year, Family, Slider

    A Perfect Weekend! What a great weekend.  I took my boys to Dallas for two football games: ASU versus Notre Dame and the Denver Broncos versus the Dallas Cowboys.  It was great.  ASU is my wife’s alma mater and the school of my buddy who met us in Dallas, Chris, he used to work there…. [read more]

  • Spring Break Day One

    By / March 11, 2013 / Camping, Family

              We got on the road this morning headed for Lake Brownwood for some camping.  We didn’t get left until around noon, but we did make it in time to arrive at Brownwood before 5, which was when the park closed.  The trip was interesting, I had some issues with my… [read more]

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