Friday, November 21, 2008
A Stars Game Gone Good. Thank You God For Your Grace!
i know many times all i do is post pictures on here and say a few words but today i will pause and reflect on a time.
...yesterday a few friends and myself got some great tickets last minute to the Dallas Stars hockey game so we decided to make our way to the great American Airlines Center. we started off meeting at a friends house in Richardson,Texas where we then decided to save a little money and take the DART Train into downtown to the game. so there we are sitting on the DART cruising our way to downtown. we finally arrived there at the game a little tardy but just in time to enjoy the 2nd and 3rd period of a 6-3 loss that the Stars incurred. needless to say we still enjoyed a great time of hockey together. as things we wrapping up i headed down to the ice where i was determined i would get a game used PUCK for some random reason and surprisingly enough i did receive one from the Dallas Stars "stick boy". anyways thats just a side note. so from there we started off our brisk little walk back to the DART train to head back home. back on the train we were until we all decided we were a little hungry and should jump off real quick at the next stop at the WEST END to grab a bite to eat before we headed home since none of us had eaten dinner yet. so we got off at the WEST END stop and proceeded to find a rare/awesome place to eat. at this time it was 10:01pm so all the "more rare/not chain restaurants " places to eat were closed. so we saw the bright lights of a TGI FRIDAYS in the distance to which we said that would have to suffice. before walking in a homeless man came up to us shivering cold and said he was very hungry and wanted something to eat really bad. so we took him inside. we all had a great meal together and were able to enjoy seeing God move in a way that we rarely do as rich americans who live so caught up in our own bubble. thank you God for making us sensitive to what you truly want to do! we love you guys and hope you are doing well.