Apple Mecca

Many of you know I am a big fan of Apple computers.  I couldn’t resist the urge to visit their flagship retail store while I was in New York City this weekend.  It is an entirely underground space that you access through a glass cube jutting out from the ground in between central park, FAO Schwarz and the Plaza hotel on 5th Avenue.  You can go down through a glass elevator or a set of entirely glass stairs.  Cinderella would love the place!  (Can you tell I have a three year old daughter?)  Since it’s in a city that never sleeps, this store never closes–seriously, it’s open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.  Which would come in handy if you had an irresistible urge to purchase an iPod at 3 in the morning on Groundhogs day.  Pretty cool, but very crowded.  I came back early in the morning when almost nobody was there to check out the new Macbooks that just came out last week.  Fun.  It was a great trip, but I am stoked to be home and thrilled to be jumping back in to 1 Samuel tonight and Revelation this Sunday. 

Here is a fun little video we shot mockumenting my visit.

P.S. Don’t take the theology of this video-blog too seriously or you might think I have fallen into iDolatry.