Mike Hendrix has gone and done it now: he's a father of a beautiful baby girl. Go and wish him your best.
Actually, I wasn't sure to which category this post belonged, but I realized that no one, least of all me, cared. Anyway, the talented, funny and now, as it turns out, lovely Ms. Lucas has add an actual picture of herself to the header of her blog. Gerard has a related post and poll up wherein you can vote on "Hot or Not" with regards to Rachel. Be aware that voting "not hot" in of itself isn't proof that you're borderline retarded. However, it would tend to indicate that you're marching down the Moron Brick Road towards the Dullard City.
Drop by and wish Helen a belated (I'm apparently a little bit sllooooowwww) first birthday as a mother. From the looks of things, it was a joyous occasion. Here's hoping for many, many more.
Annika popped her head out of the studying for and taking the bar hole to post that she's most definitely NOT back. And she keeps on NOT being back. Repeatedly. Which would make me doubt her veracity except hey, it's Annie, so I'll take her at her word. And I'll keep NOT reading her.
Welcome NOT back, Annika.
Thanks to everyone who stopped by this site- or sent me emails- to offer supportive comments after my dog was attacked by a rabid raccoon. Some of you have sent followup communications inquiring as to his health. I'm pleased to announce that Diego has been running around the backyard for the last couple of hours. He's officially a free dog, after 6 months of incarceration. I can't wait to get home and play with him.
In this time of joy for me, I'm quite mindful of sadness in the lives of others. Rachel Lucas had to put Digger to sleep. I know that she's agonizing over the loss, even while realizing that Digger was finally pain free. And poor Moxie lost her beloved Bentley. Please stop by and offer your condolences to both. Words are small comfort in times like these, but sometimes it's all that we have to offer. And it does help.
Stop by her place and offer your congratulations.