We had some bad weather move through here last night. My computer at the office (as well as Jacob's -- our youth minister) has lost its internet connection. So, I am at home writing this blog and catching up on a few things. However, we were more fortunate than those just to our east. Apparently a tornado touched down -- killing three and lifting a brick home off its foundation.
Tomorrow, Beverly and I are going to spend the day together at the Byron Nelson Golf Tournament. I can't wait! There is no one I enjoy hanging out with more than her.
Speaking of the Nelson, there may be no finer man on this planet than Byron. He is an incredible human being. I have never heard a bad word spoken about him. He is a member of the Richland Hills Church of Christ, and has done so much for ACU. He helped to establish an endowment for the ACU golf team. The touring pros absolutely adore him. He's 94 years old, and still so involved in his tournament. There is no tournament on the tour that comes close to matching what his has raised for charity through the years.
Quick story about Byron. He may be the most accurate iron player in history. One year in the Masters, he was playing the par-3 16th. It is a hole that has water down one side and partially in front. His tee shot hit the flag and kicked into the water. He went up the drop area, now hitting his third shot. It hit the flag and kicked into the water. He ended up taking a 7! (But I bet he didn't say any bad words).