My brain is still full, and I don't plan on emptying it all in one place. It's probable best just to focus on what I'm writing or thinking today and not think about what I may write in the future, because when I do that, sometimes the future comes, and I've got other things on my mind...kind of falls in line with living in the moment.
I will say this:
It's good to be home.
Grandpa's memorial service and the ensuing reception made for a beautiful day of remembrance and fellowship with friends and family.
The week I spent working the High School Prospect Camp at Vanderbilt University was one of the better baseball experiences I've had in my life, and I won't soon forget it.
I enjoyed sharing a couple of meals with some old friends while I was in Tennessee (Garrett Ammons and Luke Rodgers).
I hope that I can impact lives in the way that my life was impacted in Nashville.
I hope that I can encourage people the way that my grandfather always encouraged me.
I hope that I can inspire people in the way that my wife and kids inspire me to be better every day.
Impact. Encourage. Inspire.