Tuesday, June 20, 2006


Congratulations to the Carolina Hurricanes, the 2006 Stanley Cup Champions!

Wednesday, June 14, 2006

Ah, Vacation!

I am going to be traveling the next few days. I am in my cousins wedding. He and his fiance have been together for 6 years. It is raining heavily here so travel will be slow. I will try to update if I can.

Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Tuesday Morning Blah

I am feeling sort of...I don't know, melancholy I guess here on a Tuesday Morning. I have a full day ahead of me. It is usually not that busy during the summer here, but today we are interviewing new people at my job. So I have to get motivated. I love my job. It isn't always the best or easiest job, but I would take it in a heartbeat over other jobs that I have had or no job at all.

For of all sad words of tongue or pen, The saddest are these: "It might have been!" -- John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892)
I came across this quote a while ago. I had to look up who wrote it. It reminds me of one of my Harris Rules for Life: There is nothing wrong with having regrets.

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Cut Off From The Rest Of The World

What did people do before they had the Internet? I experienced a sever from the rest of the world this week when my internet connection went down. Someone accidently cut through a wire somewhere and they didn't get it back up until yesterday afternoon. Technology has made us crazy in some ways though. We used to wait patiently all day for a stagecoach, now we go insane if the link that we click on doesn't come up immediately.

Friday, June 02, 2006

I love getting your comments

I thank all of you who are reading this. I would love comments. Even if you just write in and say Hi, that's fine with me. I installed the comment filter thing to keep the comment spam out of the site. So if you leave a message, you will have to type in a word to show that you are a real person and not a computer program.


What a night!

The Orioles game the other night was fantastic. Getting away from the stresses of everyday was nice. I finally got to see a Major League Baseball game with my dad. My sister wasn't so bad on the trip either.
When we got to Baltimore, we found the stadium and parked. We had about three hours to kill before the game, so we decided to check out the Baltimore Sports Museum that is next to the ballpark. The museum was okay, only there was this rude guy who totally pissed me off in there. When we left, we went down the street a little ways and got something to eat from California Tortilla. As we were eating, a guy came through and went off on the cashier. I was thinking to myself, man are these people in Maryland rude. After we ate though and got back to the ballpark, man was that great. I saw Tuesday night perhaps one of the greatest games of baseball in my life. The star for the Orioles was Corey Patterson, who had a stolen base, two home runs and the game winning catch to help the Orioles beat the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 7-5. His catch was featured as the play of the day on our local newscast when I got back home.
What a memory, and what a night!