Hey, Bloggy Friends!
It's that time of year again. Summer is over and our lives are moving right along. School is keeping me very busy, but I am really enjoying my semester so far - except for that whole lost notebook thing. I hope you are all doing fine also. I get the feeling everyone is sort of lost in busy mode at the moment. I'm sure once we get settled into our new routines, we will make our way back to the blogosphere a little more regularly.
I've been trying my best to keep up with everything that is going on with all of you, so I thought I'd take a minute to post a few bloggy updates.
My dear friend from home and bloggy neighbor, Monica, has some exciting news to share. She and her husband Gary recently announced they are expecting their first child! She is due in April 2009. I'm so excited for them and want to take a moment to say congratulations and best, best wishes to you both. I love you, girl!
My brother, Derek, has recently purchased a ticket back home. No, this isn't a vacation - he's moving back! He has been in Seattle for a little over a year now, and has decided his next move will be to return home to seek what's coming next for him. Let's all wish him the very best of luck in his new venture! Rock it, Shiela!
Besides being busy at school, Rick is currently involved in the 2008 Louisville AIDS Walk. He has played a part in this important charity for the last several years, and is seeking donations. Click HERE to show your support with a donation. Good luck, Girl!
Bloggy Friend Bill has made a new video about one of our favorite divas, Amy Winehouse. In honor of her birthday today, he has posted a clip of one of her rather erratic performances. It's entertaining, humorous and even kind of touching in a bitchy sort of way. As is the case with all his videos - this is a must see. Check it below.
As far as we are concerned, Alan and I are still involved in the apartment search. We have found one very good lead, and are waiting a few days to see how that pans out. I will keep you updated with all the glorious details. We've seen a lot of places, some nice, some terrible and some just too far from where we need to be. It's been a daunting task, but I'm hoping to see light at the end of the tunnel soon.
Have a fantastic evening/new week. I'll talk to you soon!
P.S. Shout-out to Casey, Eddie, Charlie and Jeff. Love to you all!