Thursday, January 6, 2011



I joined my collegian (the Hawks) mainly because I was recruited to play volleyball for them. Here are a few pictures from one of our regular season games.

I chose the number 18 because everyone knows that the number 18 represents power and skill. Actually, that was the only jersey that fit me...

Here is our team captain tipping the ball over the net. I added this picture because the photographer caught me in an interesting pose in the background : )

This hit was either a point, or I crushed it out of bounds...I will let your imagination decide : )

This one was definitely a kill for a point! I think...

College Life

Here are a bunch of random pictures I took at college.

I opened the door to my dorm room for the first time, and this is what I saw. Home sweet Home : )

One evening my roommate walked into the room with a birthday cake. We didn't have any utensils to eat it with, so we did the next best thing...grab a handful and start eating! : )

On one of our collegian outings we played shuffleboard. It was kinda funny to see a bunch of college guys playing shuffleboard until 3 a.m., but at least we will be prepared for retirement : )

A pizza a day keeps hunger away : )

Eating healthy as usual...

These little guys are all over the place in the summer. They can be hard to find at times because they change color to blend with their surroundings. I was able to get a picture before this one camouflaged itself.

One weekend a few of us guys went down to Fort Pickens Beach. We were going to attempt harpoon fishing, but we couldn't find any fish no matter how far we down we swam. Instead of fishing, we climbed an abandoned pier and spent the rest of our time diving off of the ten foot tall pier into the water.


Hey all! I apologize for not posting sooner than now. I hope you enjoy some of the pictures I took while at school : )

I finally left for Pensacola Christian College at the end of August! I arrived safely after a long drive down with my grandparents (Thanks again grandpa and grandma for taking me to school!). After arriving, I had to attend to some pertinent business...THE BEACH!!!

Pensacola Beach is awesome! My grandparents and I spent a few hours driving around the Pensacola Beach area taking pictures and walking along the beach.

A lifeguard watchtower on the beach.

Always on the lookout for a nice scenery picture...

Birds (I think pelicans) looking at the bridge leading towards Pensacola.

I thought this was funny. There was this orange-colored building right on the beach with an old, ATM on the side...random!