Tuesday, March 18, 2008

Your Face Stays In My Mind

Hey Bloggy Friends!

I hope everyone is having a great week. I started back to school yesterday and it's all going well. I have a lot of assignments to do and tests to study for, but with every one completed I am that much closer to the end of the semester. I don't like to wish my life away, but it will be nice to be all finished and have these credits behind me. I met with my advisor and he foretold a potential Spring '10 graduation date. It's a while to go, but it feels good to have a solid date in mind!

Not much else is going on right now. The kittens have completely recovered - except for the wire stitches they still have in their abdomens. We'll get those taken out a week from today.

Today was the first day I didn't wear a jacket to school! I am so ready for the summer. Perhaps it was jumping the gun just a little bit, but I can't wait to shed those jackets and sweaters for shorts and T's!

I got a new CD today. It is totally random, but I really love it. It's Natalie Cole's debut album called "Inseparable," from 1975. The song that most of you will recognize is "This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)." This music is a lot more soulful and funkier than her later, sappier, adult-contemporary stuff.

I get new cd's a lot because I am part of this awesome website called LaLa. You should check it out. It's essentially a community of people who share music with one another. You get new cd's when you trade some of your own for only $1.99 - and a percentage goes to the artists! Check it out, it's a lot of fun!

Have a great night, Bloggy Friends. I'm going to leave you with this LINK just in case you are at all interested! It's a link to the donation page on Hillary's website. I'm not trying to push it on anyone, but just letting you know it's out there. I have contributed a little, here and there. It is especially important to me during this month, because they are in PA! They take donations as low as $5!

Bon Voyage, Bloggy Friends. I have a potential surprise to report in the next few weeks. I think Puss knows about it, so keep that trap closed! It's not a big deal, but I don't want to talk to much about it yet in case it doesn't fall through. I still have to try and butter Alan up a little bit!

Have a great night. I love you all!

Josh

4 comments:

Casey said...

Gurl, yes... that is so exciting to have a graduation timeline. I'm so excited for you. College is fun and stressful at the same time.

I too am ready for the spring weather, it's been pretty nice already in Nashville.

I cant wait to hear about the potential surprise!

Bill Fogle said...

Bon voyage? That's funny that you have to butter Alan up. Hey, let me kn ow if you won't be home 4/12 and we can work out another time.

I wish I knew what to say to really, reeeeeally give you a mental boost about school. All I can say is that, like all your friends, I admire you for doing this. I mean, really. I'm proud of you for choosing the arts.

Bon voyage?????????? Europe AGAIN ;)

TrainingtoTri said...

Happy Easter! Smooches. In the back of my mind I am contemplating the Philly marathon in Nov, I'll keep you posted.

TrainingtoTri said...

Happy Easter! Smooches. In the back of my mind I am contemplating the Philly marathon in Nov, I'll keep you posted.