Thursday, September 11, 2008

Its 9/11

Hello everyone,

It is now early morning of 9/11, and I hate to say it, but I could not remember which anniversary it was. I had to look it up to find out that it has been 7 years since the attacks on the twin towers that killed so many. As a Paramedic and Fire Fighter (of sorts), I should remember better those that died in the line of duty. I do remember that day well as I was in a meeting for the ambulance service and watched the tower fall in the ED of Coosa Valley Hospital. The next year I remember more of the day after, when Amy got sick and we found out she had Lupus.

I do ask that we all stop and remember those Fire Fighters, Police officers, public service workers and just the ordinary people that died that day of terrorist hands.

I bet you can't guess that I'm at TCC tonight. Well I am of course and headed to Still Waters from here for the day shift. I will be a zombie by tonight. Tomorrow brings on the "Friday Night Lights" aspect of high school life. For us at Winterboro, we dread this game the most out of the year. I am glad it is early in the season and will be over with. It is when we have to play TC (Talladega Central). I guess it is just rivery, but it has gotten rough in the past between the two crowds and schools. For some reason, the TC kids and crowd are not the nicest people out there. Anyway, I will be glad when it is over. I will let you know how it goes.

I wish I had blogged the other night when I was inspired about something, but I can not think of what I wanted to rant about now. So be thankful, it will come to me eventually.

Not much to update you on. We live a boring, work filled, school filled life here and not much changes from day to day. I can tell you this,;If we do not get the tractor back from the shop soon, you will not be able to find my house beneath the weeds in the field. It will take us (Kelly) the rest of the year to get it back to a normal cut and looking good for the family reunion.

So good day to you all,


1 comment:

Amy said...

Thank you for remembering the anniversary of my Lupus diagnosis. It changed our lives forever but I didn't know that you knew the date.

I like the new photos on your sidebar. The one of us is cute! The one of Hunter does capture him even if it is blurry.

Love you,