A New York New Year’s Ball

To see all of the New Year’s Photos that I took click here.

Well my dear word 2006 flew by like a Korean nuclear missile and 2007 is here and there is nothing we can do about it. Last year was a learning year as were the previous 30 years of my life. One amazing highlight of 2006 was becoming a TI employee after being a contractor for 4 years. Every day I am thankful for this major transition as being a contractor made me feel like my life was on hold. I was stuck in on pause and I was waiting for God to press play while he finished whatever it was he was doing (getting a snack?). But he knows best and I will allow him to continue to control the remote.

One other equally important event was finding an amazing church where I could start to grow again. For so long I felt like I was a dog trapped in a house looking for a place to pee. I was sniffing from place to place and wow, what a relief it was to finally find Stonebriar. Not that I am going to pee on Stonebriar, but you get the idea.

So here are some of my favorite pics from the New Year’s Bash which rocked…

More to come…

Happy New Year!!

By Evan Stark

Eddie Renz is an avid fan of Egyptology, Wilbur Smith and bacon. Not a fan of humility but often finds himself humbled when he is around people who understand numbers like the Fibonacci sequence and Pi.

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