Wednesday, February 22, 2012

It's been awhile...

It's been about 10 months since my last post, so let's go ahead and fill in the blanks.

First off, I'm still married, in case you were wondering.

Second, we've increased the number of animals we have... and sorry, no baby announcements...

Camille and I now have two cats, four dogs, and an African Grey parrot.

Third, we've moved. Around Labor Day, Camille and her sister purchased a doggie day care business just out side of Park City, Utah near the small town of Kamas. We live on 42 acres at our dog ranch where Camille and her sister walk, board, and take care of dozens of dogs per day.

I guess you could say that the movie "We Bought a Zoo" is based on our marriage, but the difference is that Camille is alive for this movie.

If you'd like to see the website, please visit:

I'm still working at Z bank, and I've recently been admitted to the Masters of Real Estate Development program at the University of Utah. It still doesn't feel real that I'm going back to school, but I'm sure one day it'll hit me. That day will probably be when it's time to pay back some student loans.

Since this is a sports blog, I guess the main updates on my sports teams are this:

Baltimore Ravens: They came within one play of making it to the Super Bowl against, and the team I rooted for as a child, the San Francisco 49ers, also came within one play of making the Super Bowl. I'm still bummed out about this, and I'm still recovering. Hopefully I'll be ready for another season come September.

Utah Jazz: I have no idea what this team is doing. I'm still mad at the Deron Williams trade, even though I understand the "why" they did it. I haven't really watched the team since the trade, but we have a bunch of average players on an average team. And now that AK47 is gone, all my hatred goes to Devin Harris. HE SUCKS. And Greg Miller is an immature tool.

BYU Cougars: Zo, Scott, and I did a man trip out to Austin, TX back in September to see the Cougars lose by one point to the University of Texas Longhorns. The following week, the Cougs lost 54-10 to the Utes in Provo. After that, I checked out for the season. Call me fairweather, sure. I'm ok with that. The University has zero direction by going Independent. Yes, I get it, the Mountain West is going away now, but do whatever it takes to join the Big 12 you knuckleheads.

You could say I'm a disgruntled fan lately, which is why I'm glad that I have other distractions in my life with my wife's business and going back to school.

Hope all is well with everyone. Does anyone even blog anymore? I know I don't.