Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Dallas International Film Festival 2010

Here's a clip from some recent red carpet work at the Dallas International Film Festival!

Friday, April 16, 2010

Exciting news!!!

Ryan will be playing football this fall for the UFL's new expansion team in Omaha, Nebraska! The new franchise was announced yesterday and the list of 20 players picked up by the team in the expansion draft was released today. Check out www.ufl-football.com for more information!

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

D210 Covers the Dallas International Film Festival

Last week, D210 hit the opening night red carpet at the Dallas International Film Festival. The stars were out in full force, including Bill Paxton who gave a great interview. By far, this was one of my favorite assignments yet for D210! You can check out our red carpet work at www.d210.tv.







Monday, April 12, 2010

What you talking about Willis?

You've got to love the babble of a toddler. I'm sure Bryn was saying something - what, I'm not sure. I did hear her say potty, hand and Duke. LOL. Enjoy.

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Thursday, April 1, 2010

Happy Easter!

We ventured to the mall for our annual picture with the Easter bunny. Always expecting the worst but praying for the best, the kids did awesome! Bryn went up to the Easter bunny and immediately started waving "hi." She climbed right on to the bench and sat next to him (although she kept looking up at him like she wasn't sure what was going on). Will wasn't so happy at first, but then he walked right up to the Easter bunny and wanted to sit on it's lap! We were a one-shot wonder last night!


Easter for us though is more than cute bunnies and chocolate eggs - as Christians, we understand and know the reason for the season (as they say). I thought I'd share a little tidbit from Eli's funeral that really hit home. Our friend Scott Turner delivered the message at the service, and he said this - Is what you're living for worth what HE died for? Deep, right? It was a great message and fitting tribute at Eli's homegoing service. That one line sure did put a lot in perspective for many of us there.