My sister is out of control with this New Kids On The Block thing. We may need to do an intervention.
Flagstaff has finally moved on to spring and I'm glad.
I really like the series of classes I'm doing for professional development. Fun and useful.
Diamondbacks have shown signs of life. It's about time.
To quote a favorite writer of mine, The Washington Capitals are "choking dogs."
Facebook has helped to get me in touch with a few people who mean a lot to me, even though I haven't seen them in years. I am happy to know that they are alive and well.
I really love my job, even when it's stressful. When I look at my classes, particularly my psychology classes, I know the world is going to be in good hands. The students I work with are intelligent, good, and caring people. They have a sense of humor and an optimism I envy. They are looking forward into the possibilities of the future, not backward to a sheltered past that was not as good as some would like to believe. They have told me that they know the world is a risky place, but they want to do all the good they can in all the ways they can for as long as they can, regardless of the challenges. I admire this more than my words can convey.
I like old music. Even cheesy '70's and '80' s stuff. Maybe especially cheesy '70's and '80' s stuff.
I'm really going to miss my friend Liz, who has been a part of the Newman Center music group since I got there. Now the economy is tanking at graduation and she will probably have to move. I'll miss her singing, but I'll miss her smile and happiness more.
I can't wait for American Idol and Deadliest Catch tonight. (Yes, I'm a dork.)
I don't understand why taxes are bad. I'm not rich and I don't mind paying my fair share. Those less well-off should get a break and those who are wealthier don't need any breaks. They can easily pay more and not even notice. Why is that a problem?
I support the blood:water mission. (http://www.bloodwatermission.com/)
Thanks for reading. I'll try to do better next time.