Saturday, June 30, 2007

Rosiak party

Today I went for my tenth consecutive 4th of July Party at Trish's parents. It was a good party, but the turnout was a little smaller this year than any other year for some reason. Although that didn't hamper us in our annual water battle galore, but this year the weather wasn't as warm as in years past and it didn't last as long.

Jackie was scheduled to make it this year, but she ended up not making it. It would have been nice to see her, but I guess I'll have to wait until next year.

Note, this was my 40th post in June, my most active month as a Blogger.

Saturday Morning

I woke up early this morning and hit the rails to trails early and managed to put in about three and a half miles. The section that has been detoured over the last year by the new marina is finally re-opened up where people can walk through. I think the marina and bistro will be a nice addition to Morgantown.

I think that they got everything done for tomorrow morning's triathalon. It will start tomorrow at 7:30 Am and will involve a 1.2 Mile swim in the Mon river, a 56 mile biking portion and will culminate with a 13.1 Mile run. All together the event will cover 70.3 miles and is an actual half-triathlon. I did see a trucks down there with corporate sponsorships, so this is turning into something nice.

Friday, June 29, 2007

The weekend

Yes Monday through Fridayers, it is once again that favorite time of the week again and the dawn of a new weekend. It's Friday again and Morgantown will once again have a few things going on both this weekend and tonight.

Tonight Boparc is playing the movie Flushed Away, if you have nothing else to do and you're looking for a little free entertainment the movie starts at dusk at the ampitheater. Amy and I rented this movie when we were dating, and neither one of us made it through the movie and all of us thought it wasn't very good. However if you need something to do this weekend...

Tomorrow I will be going to the annual Rosiak Family 4th of July cookout that I have been going to since Jackie and I were dating way back in 1998. This will be the tenth year for me attending and I have my monster squirt gun that I bring out one time a year ready to go. There is always a huge water battle every year and it's one of those events where you take a change of clothing.

Sunday there will be a triathalon being run throughout Morgantown. It's being sponsered by Med Express and has been run a few years now. Not sure if Mark Devault is running it this year, but he has in years past.

Have a good weekend.

Thursday, June 28, 2007

Dominion Post late today

In case anyone didn't know, the Dominion Post had a major breakdown last night and will hopefully be produced later today. I went out early this morning to grab one and there were none in our machine where I live. So, I got in the Rodeo and started driving up the road when I heard Kevin mention it on WVAQ.

Just for you who need a little news, I'll provide it for you.

********NEWSFLASH*******

Paris Hilton

An empty can of dog food retrieved from Paris Hilton's garbage can is now on sale on ebay. The current bid is $1,500,501.00. the good news is that you don't have to pay it all at once, you can pay it over a period of three months.



This interesting point of news has been sponsered by George-Hall.net

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

Catching up with a tidbits

* Running a little behind with the BLOG, so let's just do a tidbits.

* We celebrated Erica's birthday on Sunday, I got quite a few pics, I just haven't put them up on my site yet.

* Moke and Jamie played paintball Saturday, they played in a three man tournament and got a good bit of playing experience.

* We played softball tonight, we lost an embarrassing game but I played one of my best games this season both offensively and defensively. I was stroking the ball nice tonight and was hitting with a lot of confidence.

* The fourth of July fireworks are going to be let off Tuesday night at the waterfront. Hopefully they will be better than last years nightmare.

* Pam has finally entered the world of blogging. She just got hers set up over the past couple of days.

Monday, June 25, 2007

Out with the old

Today I said goodbye to an old friend of two years, my Chevy Cavalier was getting a little old and run down and it was just time to put it to rest.

So, it was out with the old and...



In with the new, or at least new to me. I just bought an Isuzu Rodeo LS 4WD. I was also looking at a Kia Sportage, but it was a 4 cylinder and this is a 3.2-liter dohc 24c V6.

I think I am going to be happy with my choice.

Sunday, June 24, 2007

A trip to Kennywood

Yesterday, Mom, Brittany, Danilelle and Mary took a trip to Kennywood Park for the day and enjoy some time in the sun and a few amusement park rides. I would have to say my sole intent and purpose was to try the new version on the old Steel Phantom that they put in a few years ago called Phantom's Revenge. I have ridden a lot of roller coasters in my life, I would have to rank this as the best I've ridden. There were no loops or corkscrews, but it did have sheer speed and slight and quick inclines and declines that literally would have thrown you if you were not strapped in pretty tight. They recommend to remove any loose things on your body such as Cell phones and such, and I would say I have to agree with them. The force that you go over some of those seemingly innocent bumps are very quick and move you around in the coaster.

It was a great trip and I think everyone had a great time on the day. I think the last time that I was at Kennywood with Brittany she was in a stroller, so it has been a few years since the two of us were there together and I think the last time I was there with mom was when dad was alive and we all took a trip to the park for the day. That's been twenty or so years ago.

I was semi-planning on taking Amy and Josie this summer to either Kennywood or Idlewild Park, but things just didn't work out and we never made it. I would love to see the look on Josie's face the first time she makes a trip there, especially when I watched how much she loved going to playgrounds.

I think the only downer for me on the day at Kennywood is I had a little too much funnel cake.

Friday, June 22, 2007

Way to start off a weekend.

I had a good start to the weekend already, even though it is only Friday morning. I was listening to the Eric and Kevin show this morning and they were playing 20 questions for a couple tickets to see Evan Almighty
tonight at 7:00 atCarmike Cinemas. The first clue was "Ann Frank Called me Home" and I started calling. There were a few other clues that came our before I got through, however I already knew that it wasAmsterdam. I won the two tickets...woo hoo.

Yesterday, they gave another set of tickets away for the same movie. Ready for the
irony, Kevinis mythird baseman and yesterdays winner was Dan
Barnes
, who is our softball teams leftcenter fielder. The contest was completely legit, we were just the two winners.

Anyways, that is how my weekend has started. BOPARC will be playing the dreamworks movie Over the Hedge tonight at dusk at the Amphitheater on the waterfront. It's free just bring a blanket or a chair and some snacks and enjoy a free movie out under the stars. The weather is supposed to be nice tonight, so it should be a good movie nightand a chance for everyone to see the new water fountain on the river of the Mon.


In other news, the movie A Mighty Heart is being released today. It is the true life story of former Journalist Daniel Pearl who was publically beheaded in Pakistan. One of the main charctors is Asra Q. Nomani who I graduated Morgantown High School with in 1982. Her website.
Hope your weekend starts off as good as mine.

Thursday, June 21, 2007

It's Officially Summer

Well, I think it officially starts at like 2:06 today, meaning that today os the longest day of the year when ot concerns daylight. Day's will start to get shorter now until the Winter Solstice kicks in for the shortest day of the year.

Summer and Spring are my favorite times of the year, I love being able to run around wearing shorts and sandals rather than boots and a parka.

Not quite sure what I am getting into this weekend, it's a good possibility I may be going to Kennywood this weekend with my Mom, Mary and Danielle. That's not a definate yet though. Moke has a three man paintball tournament he is playing this Saturday, but I'm not planning on going.

Sunday Val is having Erica Jean's birthday party at her place. This will be her third birthday and I'll be bringing the camera to take a few photos.


The least movement is of importance to all nature. The entire ocean is affected by a pebble.--Blaise Pascal

Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Happy Anniversary Nick and Terri




Happy Anniversary Nick and Terri

They must like me

Just got an e-mail from corporate, I just got another pay raise. It's not as big as the one in April, but it is another $1,000+ a year on my salary.

Happy 144th Birthday West Virginia




Today June 20th, in 1863 West Virginia became it's own state when we were the first and only state in the US to secede from another state when we told Virginia to take a walk and formed our own state.

Happy 144th West Virginia.

Tuesday, June 19, 2007

Happy Birthday Erica Jean Nicholson



Happy 3rd Birthday Erica Jean

Solved that Problem

Over the past six months or so my battery has been draining and didn't seem to be holding a charge at all. On many occasions I would have to take the battery out of the car and bring it in and charge it, however my battery charger always says the battery was fine and there is no problems with it. It just always appeard to have a slow drain for some reason. It had actually even drained on me twice while I was dating Amy.

I had pulled the terminal off numerous times to check and see if it was the alternator, but everytime I did it no problems appeared to be revealed. Yesterday I noticed that my battery light all of a sudden came on and I once again pulled the terminal, and walla. Bad alternator.

I had bought on with a lifetime warranty last year, and it's a good thing I saved my receipt, because that saved me well over $100 for a new altinator. For some reason altinators are kind of expensive for my car as it was for my Corsica.

I took the old one off, took it to Advance and had them test it. It was a defective part. Got a new free one and placed it on the car. Problem solved.

Woo Hoo

Double Header split

After another long night at the ballpark, we ended up pulling another double header split last night. We totally tanked the first game, had them 5-0 through about 5 innings and we completley fell apart in the top of the 7th and saw ourselves trailing 26-7. We did manage a nice little comeback to lose 26-19.

In the second game we took on last years A League undefeated Champions and beat them 26-11. The last time we played them was in the semi-finals a few years ago and trashed them then too. We did manage to pull off a controversial triple play to kill one of their rallies and then cam e back in and scored 12 runs in the same inning.

It was a very hot and humid night to be playing softball.

Monday, June 18, 2007

Double header #2 Tonight

Tonight my softball team has our second of three double headers for the year. Hopefully with a little bit of a lineup switch from last week the team really played together and we may have found our groove.

We'll see tonight.

Sunday, June 17, 2007

Happy Fathers Day

Today is Father's Day as it is recognized around the world. It's a day like Mothers Day that is also a global holiday that has local roots. Where Mother's Day originated in Grafton, Father's Day originated in Fairmont.

Father's Day was rumored to have started due to a nearby mine explosion in Monongah, which kind of touches home with me because my father was a coal miner in Marion County until the day we lost him on July 20, 1999.

I would like to take this time and extend a very Happy Fathers Day greeting to all of those special men who have taken the special role of being a father.

Saturday, June 16, 2007

Lazy day

it's been a pretty lazy day for me, I did do a good bit of running around but nothing really of note. Just tried to stay busy and productive.

I have been thinking today that it's time to maybe start seriously planning a new set of goals for the next couple of years. I really don't have a list, but I do have a few things running through my head that I would like to do.

I don't want to sit around waiting hoping Amy will come around, it's time for me to possibly move on in that portion of my life. I can't say a bad word about her, I do have a great deal of respect for her. It's just that we didn't see eye to eye as a couple on I guess a few things that were important to her. Me, I hate sitting around with nothing to do so I guess it's time to put myself back on the market.

I did see a real nice watch that I like, it's the Tissot T-Touch. It is a Swss Quartz watch and does have a hefty price tag. It's a pretty remarkable watch, but I don't know if I am ready to pay $700 for something that goes on my wrist. You never know though.

Not sure what I'm going to do this evening, I'm contemplating going to see a movie tonight.

Friday, June 15, 2007

T G I F

This was a pretty quick week, busy and productive, but also one that went by pretty quick. The weekend is now once again upon us and time to sit back and relax a little bit.

There is no movie being played tonight at the Waterfront, althought the series returns next friday night with a playing of Over the Hedge.

However tonight if you are looking for a little free entertainment the Mon River Big Band will be playing tonight at the Ampitheater starting at 7:00. It is going to be a part of the Arts on the River festival that will run tonight and tomorrow.

Stopped by to see Terri last night. She had a few computer questions and how to print her pictures. She's taking her printer out of storage and is hooking it up and wants to be able to print out some pictures. I think we have her rigged up until she gets the USB 2 chord she needs to connect the computer to the Printer.

Have a good weekend.


Computers are useless. They can only give you answers.
--Pablo Picasso

Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Something New

I just got back from my walk, I wanted to beat the rain, and as I was walking sown by the Hazel Ruby McQuain Park on the river I noticed something that hadn't been there before. We now have a nice water fountain right behind the amphitheater.

I thought to myself "I wish I had my Camera", but then I remembered that my phone is also a Camera. So, on the day it was to my knowledge first run, I have a picture of the fountain working.

I didn't know of any previous plans for one, nor do I know if this will be the only one. However, I appreciate it and think it adds to the Morgantown culture a little bit.

On a side note I received my Credit Approval through JB Robinsons today. I think they were a little late in processing that. Oh well.

Midweek

Boy this week is starting to go by fast, it's already Wed and another weekend is just right around the corner.

I did hit rails to trails yesterday for a nice 3.7 mile walk. Kelly wasn't going so I went at my normal time and walked my normal route along the river and by the Ampitheater.

There wasn't too much going on on the trail, the weather was nice and hot so either I was a little early or people were waiting until it cooled down a little more.

I did talk to Kim a little yesterday, she's wanting me to watch a documentary calledthe secret. I promised her I would try to watch it sometime.

WVAQ is starting to announce a tournament I want to try to get in. They are going to have a contest this summer that will allow 96 winners to enter a big Texas Hold'em tournament here in town and the winner winning a trip to Las vegas and a chance to play in the World Champiosnhip of Poster. Could be loads of fun IF I can get into that 96.



Loneliness is the poverty of self; solitude is the richness of self.
--May Sarton

Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Finally back to form

Well it's about time, I finally had a big game last night and was very productive. I've been struggling all season and just couldn't get back on track. I usually swing a 30 oz bat, but last night switched to a 26 oz and was hitting the ball very well.

In years past, I have started with the lighter bat and then when I went cold swithed to a heavier bat. I've had most of my success the last couple years swinging a 30 oz'er so when I bought a new bat this year I bought a 30 oz bat.

I poppped up deep my first time at bat with my bat, then switched to Paul Portillo's 26 oz'er and finished 3-3 and driving in I think 6 runds in my final three at bats. My last at bat I actually swung at a pitch over my head and drove it for a solid base hit where I ended up at second. I felt comfortable after the slump ended.

We won 18-12 beating one of the top teams in the league. We finally are strating to look like the team of old.

Monday, June 11, 2007

Another late night game

We hit the softball field once again tonight and for the fourth time this season we once again have that dreaded 10:00 PM timeslot to deal with. This will be our fourth time in 8 games that we have had that 10:00 (out of 5 possible) timeslot. The of the four we didn't was a double header and next weeks games are another double header.

We have been struggling as a team as of late and can't seem to regenerate the majoc of the past couple of years. It's mostly mental errors now, so we can snap out of it at anytime and go on a roll.

Sunday, June 10, 2007

Weekend wrapup

Well, the weekend is once again fading into the sunset as we get ready to start another week at work. I tried to stay as busy as possible this past weekend, even went out to take Trish her pictures earlier today.

I have thought about calling Amy this evening and seeing if she would like to take a walk on the trails, but for some reason I get the feeling that any contact from me would be unwelcome at this time. I miss her, but I also have to respect what my interpretation of her wishes are. She dropped my stuff off to me Friday and I tried to strike up a conversation, but she wasn't that receptive. I hope my interpretation is bad and there is hope, but I also don't want to build myself up to any false hopes either, because she was one of the best things that ever happened to me.

My niece Amy called me as I was writing this BLOG and had a computer issue. I drove up and assisted the best that I could, but she doesn't have a wireless signal to piggy back on.

Weekend is over, back to work tomorrow.

Saturday, June 09, 2007

Gladiators game

I decided to take a trip to the Gladiators game tonight and met up with Trish, Aaron and Justin. It was a good evening and I enjoyed myself, although the Gladiators lost a 24-17 game to Beaver Valley.

Their next home game is like July 8th, and I may try to make it to that game too. A lot of the familiar faces that I have known and played a sport with through the years are gone and it's basically a new group of guys playing. I must be getting older.

Already up and at em

* I woke up early this morning and ate breakfast and managed to hit rails to Trails for a nice 4 mile walk. I has the iPod going and I had a nice brisk walk. Something is happening today at Hazel Ruby McQuain park, but I don't know what is is, they were setting up as I walked by both times.

* Last night I sat down and grabbed a movie and put it into the DVD player, ironically it was the movie Chasing Amy. I honestly just randomly grabbed one and threw it in because it was raining and there was nothing else on the boob tube. Maybe I should have put in Jay and Silent Bob Strike back, either way it was a Kevin Smith type night.

* For those of you wanting a little football, The WV Gladiators will be playing tonight at 7:00 at Morgantown High. $5.00 for adults and children under 12 get in free.

* Kim and Robert took a trip to Phantom Fireworks this past week. I pitched in and we are going to have a 4th of July / Fireworks night sometime this summer. Should be a good time for all.

* MVP Paintball Park is going to have another Softball Special on July 22. $25.00 gets you your field Rental, All day air, equipment and 500 free paintballs. I wasn't planning on playing, but it looks like that may have changed now. Anyone interested in playing let me know.

* I talked to Trish a little bit last night, I decided to call her since Josh "The Weasel" Judy (her creation) was drafted yesterday. I asked her what's up, and she asked me if I was sitting down. She's six weeks pregnant.

* Might try to go out today and find a geocache or two to keep my mind busy.

Friday, June 08, 2007

Josh Judy


Earlier today I posted a BLOG about a former team mate by the name of Josh Judy who could very well be drafted in todays Major League Baseball Draft.

I was talking to Josh a couple weeks ago after he came back to town. He said the Detroit Tigers had been calling him as well as th Yankees, but he said his ultimate dream would to have been selected by the Cleveland Indians.

Josh had his dream fulfilled today when the Cleveland Indians drafted him. Josh if you're reading this, when you sign that Million Dollar Contract, I want some tickets.

It has been a pleasure watching his career take shape.

Weekend

End of another week at work, I'm kind of looking forward to the weekend. Weather is supposed to be nice and I'm sure I'll find myself getting into something somewhere.

We tanked our softball game last night, we are just not playing like we have in years past. We're just not a very gooed team right now and aren't makng the routine plays. Hopefully we'll get it together because I think we have tied last seasons loss total already with a 3-4 record on the year. I think we were 7-0 at this point the last two seasons, or 6-1 at the worst.

I did find out last night that our shortstop is going to be heading to Iraq in early December for 6-10 months, depending on if he has to go to Kuwait first.

BOPARC is playing the movie RV tonight at marilla Park if anyone is looking for a little free entertainment.

I am going to be keeping my eye on the Major League baseball draft today. An ex-team mate of mine for a few years should have his name called today. I was talking to him last week and his fastball is up to 96 MPH (I saw him thrw 92 consistantly at a game a couple years ago) and he is a 2 Time All-American at Indiana Tech. He started playing softball with me when he was 14. If he ever makes it to the majors, I'll go cheer for him even if he is pitching against my beloved Pirates. Good Luck Josh.

Thursday, June 07, 2007

I guess it's just not my day

I just logged onto Myspace and there was a bulletin posted there by my sisters friend Tyler.


Not the Ed Hall I know


But did you see what that STUPID PEICE OF SHIT EDWIN R HALL did to that poor girl from Target. I think they should just ship him back here to WV and I'll take him to camp and use him as Target practice, then let the wild pick him to the bones. Hey, just another fine example of why I like animals better than people. Too many disgusting excuses for humans walking around, just hurting people for no reason. One of these days and not too far into the future (about ten years) we are going to have to defend ourselves, cause the police or government can't be everywhere all the time. Don't believe that huh, don't kid yourself. YOU HAVE A RIGHT TO CARRY SO PACK IT UP AND PICK EM OFF, ASSHOLES DON"T DESERVE TO BREATH



I had no idea what she was talking about until I googled the name Edwin R Hall. I guess this just isn't the day to be named Ed Hall.

In other news, I wonder if I can break out of my batting slump tonight. LOL

Irreconcilable differences

Hi everyone, I have to post this blog with a little bit of a heavy heart. This past week, Amy and I have decided to stop seeing each other. I haven't said anything as of yet, but now it's getting to the time that people are going to start finding out.

I don't want to go into what happened, let's just say that we had irreconcilable differences in our relationship. It happened a little over 36 hours from me posting this and I wanted to make sure there was closure between Amy and myself before I lert anyone know.

She was a great girlfriend and I have nothing but the utmost respect for her, we are just no longer going to be seeing each other.

Now I have to wonder

Over the past few weeks, my softball teams third baseman who is also the morning man for WVAQ. Kevin from the Eric and Kevin show has been hung up on Golden Oreos on the air. This has been going on for a couple weeks and the joke even has been they Nabiscos stock went up a couple points because of them.

Eric requested on air as a Joke that they need to contact him, so as a Joke I contacted them through their website and put Kevin's information in on the feedback form.

This morning, three cases of Oreos were delivered to Eric and Kevin on the Morning show from Nabisco. I have to wonder if it was a result of me lending an hand.

On a side note, One Golden Oreo has 25 grams of Carbs =(

How about a Tidbits

* It's been a while since I have done a tidbits, maybe today would be a good day to have one.

* Val is planning on having Erica Jean's third Birthday Party on June 24th at 1:00 at her home. She said she is going to get a Sponge Bob Swquare Pants cake for the party.

* On June 23, Moke and a few of his friends are going to assemble two three man teams and go to MVP Park to take part in a three man paintball tournament.

* We hit the softball field once again tonight, but will be at only partial strength. One of our starting outfielders can't make it and another will have to leave during the game if he shows up. Our Third Baseman said this morning that his hamstring injury is going to be a gametime decision on if he can play or not. Give him a Golden Oreo, he'll be OK.

* My little squirrel buddies are back, I just sat some more food out for them after I saw one of them eating the remains from yesterday. It does provide a nice bit of entertainment for the day.

* Robert sent me an e-mail last night, he is going to take a trip to Phantom Fireworks for the 4th of July Celebration. Last year they met at Ron's Farm and celebrated the 4th of July. I'm not sure what my plans for the 4th will be as of yet, ask me in a few weeks. Last year it was a quite busy weekend for me, I don't know iof this year will top it because the 4th is actually in the middle of the week (Wed) this year.



Have a good Thursday

Wednesday, June 06, 2007

A little entertainment

Since it has been really nice weather the last couple of days, I have decided to keep my front door open to let the fresh air in and enjoy the aesthetics's of a nice spring day and a little fresh air.

A few weeks ago I purchases a bag of squirrel food and had at times placed it around the apartment. Yesterday I watched what I thought was one very hungry squirrel eat for about four straight hours. I was thinking to myself that was an awful lot of food for one small squirrel. I mean, that little squirrel had what I thought was the bottomless pit stomach of all squirrels.

Today I needed a little something to brighten my day so I set out some more food and waited for my buddy to come along. Sure enough my little squirrel buddy stopped by and was enjoying a nice meal of corn, peanuts and sunflower seeds that I had set out for him. I paid a little closer attention today only to notice that it was more than one squirrel with a bottomless stomach, it was four different squirrels eating the feed. One would eat and the other three tended to stand guard so to alert the one eating if someone was walking by.

Thanks to my little squirrel buddies for brightening up my day.

I found my first geocache.

A couple of months ago I bought my first ever GPS unit. I bought it so that I could start doing something called geocaching as a way to get a little hands on knowledge of working with a GPS and to get a little exercise while doing so.

Yesterday Kelly suggested that we try walking on another portion of rails to trails to see if we could find a geocache. She recommended trying to find the Johnny Cash Cache. We started behind Food Lion and started walking towards the Interstate Bridge on I68 and the cache was just off the trail.

This was my first cache and I was quite excited about it. Tonight we are going to see if I can find my second cache.

Monday, June 04, 2007

Happy Birthday Gary

Today is Gary, the youngest of the five siblings, birthday. Not too sure what he is up to today, but I would like to wish him a very Happy Birthday.

National Map and National Atlas

One of the hardest things to do is explain to people what it is I do for a living. How do you explain something that many people haven't seen.

There were two interactive sites that I found over the weekend (I already knew about them) that may help others understand a little better.

The federal government is doing a National Map that actually uses an IMS server to let the viewer play with an interactive map.

There is also a National Atlas that has a user friendly Map Maker feature.

Sunday, June 03, 2007

A day at Coopers Rock

Yesterday the girls and I did a little running around and made a trip to Coopers Rock. It was only the second time Amy was ever there and the first time the little one had ever been there. I managed to take my camera with me and grab one of those once in a lifetime type of photos for the girls.


As I was looking through the pictures from yesterday I found the one of Amy and Josie and it caused me to reminisce a little of my own childhood, many, many moons ago when me and grandpa Hall had our picture taken together on Coopers Rock.

That picture has always been a favorite of mine. This was a man who raised me and who we lost 27 years to the day that I accomplished his dream for me when I graduated from college.

I couldn't let this moment pass, so I have already taken the picture of the girls and had a framed 8 X 10 made that I will give them this afternoon.

You only have so many chances on making memories of a lifetime, you can't let the simple ones pass you by.

Saturday, June 02, 2007

The day ahead

It's Saturday morning and I am trying to figure out something to get into today. Amy had mentioned that she has only been to Coopers Rock once in her lifetime and Josie had never been there yet. That is one of the things we're considering today, among a few other possibilities for us to do today. Amy had taken her grandparents grocery shopping Thursday opening today up for us. Tomorrow she'll be at her church most of the day in preparation to teach vacation bible school later this summer.

If we do go to Coopers Rock I have downloaded a few geocaches into my GPS, so maybe we'll grab one of them while we are out and around today.

Friday, June 01, 2007

TGIF

Wow was this a short week. Actually it was a three day work week so that is no surprise. However, it is once again Friday and the dawn of another weekend.

Not too sure what we are getting into this weekend, Amy and I talked about going out to dinner this evening. Other than that the plans are pretty much up in the air tonight. Last week we attended a movie when we went and watched Curious George. There is no movie being played tonight however, but it returns next friday when RV will be played at Marilla Park.

Have a good weekend.

I started another BLOG

I have watched Kim start a couple new BLOGS over the last couple days, so I decided to move foreward with something I wanted to do since last season and that was to start another BLOG, but with multiple authors.

It wasn't a hard choice to decide to dom one or the topic to choose. Finding other authors wasn't that hard either.

I have started a group blog for my Softball Team and already have four other authors signed up.