Elopement Risk ::

February 25, 2009 | GOYA Misc. Photos


Are people running off and getting married around here at such an alarming rate that signs must be made? 

Stayed up all night at the hospital with dad.  Went a bit stir crazy around 5:00am and started roaming the halls.

Cheers, Zack 


  • Broch said on February 25, 2009

    Prayers are with you for Gods grace, and peace that surpasses understanding. Your recent “Transform” video has been a huge inspiration to me, and countless others, and we’re all pulling for you guys. I lost my dad 15 years ago, when he was a very young 47 years of age. I still hold silent conversations with him in my head to this day. There just isn’t ever enough time to say all there is to be said.

  • Joe Reed said on February 25, 2009

    Funny sign! Keep your spirits up Zack. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.


  • Ilan said on February 25, 2009

    I’m following your blog for a while now, just wanted to send a “be strong” message.
    I find it amazing and encouraging that you are able to see humor at the moment :)

  • Mark Olwick said on February 25, 2009

    In this case, I believe the sign refers to the third definition of elopment:

    3. to leave without permission or notification; escape.

    We’re thinking of you Zack!

  • James Cheng said on February 25, 2009

    Wishing you and your family the best. Elopement, it’s serious business xD.

  • Andy Shelton said on February 25, 2009

    That’s funny!

    I lost my dad back in June of last year…I know the fears and uncertainties! Just keep the faith, find the strength within yourself for not only yourself but for your dad and family, and pray as hard as you can.

    My thoughts and prayers are with you and yours!

  • Tak said on February 25, 2009

    Keep rockin Zack. Hang in there.

    Be Easy,

  • Dave Vernon said on February 25, 2009

    Zack – My best wishes for finding peace for you and your father and getting through this anyway you can. I couldn’t imagine being in your place right now. Keep doing what you’re doing – and hang on to your sanity.

  • Dennis Pike said on February 25, 2009

    I’m driving 5 hours to go visit my mother and father tomorrow. Friday is my mom’s 61st birthday. I have felt such an appreciation for my parents lately, mostly because I have noticed that they are not quite as young as they used to be. I will think of you when I hug my dad tomorrow Zack. Cheers

  • Megan said on February 25, 2009

    Strange the thoughts that run through your head after staying up on night in the hospital…..thinking of you.

  • Rob Jaudon said on February 25, 2009

    Keep your head up bro….

  • Eli said on February 26, 2009

    I’m praying for you and your DAD …

  • Chad Pennington said on February 26, 2009

    Zack you are an awesome dude from what I can tell through your videos and blogs. Please always remember that GOD is our only source for all things

  • jayzee said on February 26, 2009

    Faith Faith Faith… i dont remember who said it but “… we can’t go wrong doing the right thing…”

    if you get a chance listen to this…

    God bless you…

  • Lisa said on February 26, 2009

    Sorry to read about your Father. I know how hard it is.

    Pretty funny sign… quite the find. :)

  • mike said on February 26, 2009

    i’m praying for you zack, i know it’s a tough time.
    i’ve watched your video 4 days in a row. i simply love it

  • Mark Trost said on February 27, 2009

    Beautifull video. You bring so much to so many. My family wishes your family well. Be good to yourself and your family. Take care always.

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