Archive for December, 2008

Merry Christmas

Posted in Uncategorized on December 24, 2008 by Adam Housley

It is so hard to believe another holiday season is here. It seems like yesterday I couldn’t sleep and would end up on the floor in front of my grandparents as my mom and dad looked upon my brother and myself. Now I see my niece and nephew with that same gleam and excitement as they can hardly hold back to tear open the latest present. Those are times I will never forget and will always cherish. I, like many of you, am very lucky. Very blessed. Last night I met a woman who asked for money to put a roof over her head for the night. her 4 year-old son played inside the shopping cart outside the store. The weather here in Southern California is unusually cold and wet. The sight of her was troubling, the sight of him hurt. Sure I gave her some money and I hope it truly goes towards that warm room. As we celebrate this fine season. This season of hope and joy, we must also not forget those in need. Those who deserve our prayers and support. That is the true meaning of Christmas….right? May all of you have an amazing holiday, filled with joy, hope, family and fun. dscf0529


Picture of the Week

Posted in Uncategorized on December 18, 2008 by Adam Housley

We got away from this for a while, so now we are back to it. Every week and on no particular day, I will post a pic and you gotta figure, who, what, where, why, when and what story. Of course you can also post the normal conversations and stuff on this same thread. So….without further wait. HERE IT IS……YOU KNOW THE DRILL.


A date with Dylan

Posted in Uncategorized on December 13, 2008 by Adam Housley

I am sitting here at 9:37 pm on a Saturday night and couldn’t be more thankful. My longtime producer Nora and her husband Randy asked me if I would watch their daughter Dylan while they went to a quick holiday party. The decision for me was an easy one. I too had yet another holiday party, or a few other things going on….but how could I turn down a date with the cutest thing west of New York. So, a date it is. We had a chance to sit for a bit on the couch, then a few walks around the condo with a bit of fussiness (from her) and then time for bed. Falling asleep wasn’t easy for a few minutes, but finally night, night came and now I am back on the couch smiling from ear to ear. Was there even a choice? Here’s a picture.