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Jackson now has an official YouTube channel where you can find all of his music. Subscribe at the link below and stay tuned for some exciting news coming soon! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC7VoJm6NKTvSCXcPJkgbouA/featured
Jackson’s music featured as part of the pre-worship loop at our church’s Wednesday PM gathering!
We also made the drive from Miami to Key West, which was a really pretty drive. We spent a day in Key West; here are some of our pictures and a video I shot while I was taking part in … Continue reading
Joshua was recently clear to start swinging the bat again following a major injury earlier this spring. He’s finishing up the season with some great swings, including this loud double to deep right-center in the JV tournament. Proud of him … Continue reading
Lefty has been working hard doing his PT and he was cleared to pitch this week. So good to see him back out there on the mound. Not sure when he’ll be able to swing a bat (probably off the … Continue reading
Jackson had a big night earlier this week at his JV track meet. He set a new PR in the 400M Dash, shaving off three seconds and winning his heat. This is the first time he’s won a heat, which … Continue reading
Joshua was really starting to crush the baseball this spring…and then he slid into second base and dislocated his shoulder. Probably done for the spring. The good news is that he should be okay for summer ball after 6-8 weeks. … Continue reading