And contrary to popular belief the show is not scary... even though the postcard might be.
Thursday, April 23, 2009
Hey all! For everyone trying to get a hold of me the last two weeks... I'm sorry. I've been living on campus getting ready for my senior capstone exhibition that opens this Friday at 6pm. Tomorrow we'll be doing some last minute adjustments, but so far the show looks amazing. I'm so excited and can't wait to enjoy the rest of my semester. So if you're going to be in the area and want to come support us (I mean really, what else is there to do in La Grande on a Friday night?) we'd love to see you there. Friday 6-8pm. And don't feel bad. If you can't make it Friday, the show will be in the Nightingale until May 7 (but I won't so come Friday... please). And for those of you who live too far to make it... I'll post some pictures soon.
Saturday, April 18, 2009
So I really wish that I could put an awesome birthday photo of Brittney because it is sunny outside and she is always so cute in photos, but we are indoors finishing up for her Senior Showcase so no such luck. However, not having a photo can't stop me from posting a message to her on the Web... so here it goes.
Brittney was born in 1983, it is interesting to note that in the year she was born it rained red in the UK, Ronald Reagan introduced Star Wars as a defense system , and McDonald's introduced the McNugget... not sure what all that means exactly, my guess is nothing short of pure awesomeness was to come from 1983 (Minus the fact that Phil was born that year and I was no longer the youngest... it's all right Phil I forgive you and still love you).
26 years later Brittney is still the most beautiful, sweet, funny, determined, spit fire I have ever met. I love her more than anything in the world. If I have learned anything the last few months it is how much Brittney means to me and how huge a support, companion, and part of my life she is.
I love you babe... and HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
Monday, April 13, 2009
We spoke with Nate's doctor today and there is no cancer... not that we're surprised, but it's so nice to know for sure. The doctor suggested that we wait 6 months and then do another blood test to check on Nate's PSAs (they are still a little high) and then we'll go from there. But the doctor's hoping that they'll be normal by then and that Nate's prostate/PSAs are just taking awhile to normalize. As long as there's no more fevering, etc. (which wouldn't be a cancer thing, but would just mean Nate still has prostatitis) we should be good. It's so nice to know that every thing is fine. Thanks for all the prayers... we really appreciate it.