Hey FriendFeed! Hookuh aka Amanda is one of the most fierce, tireless, loyal, awesome, and supportive people I know. She'll be running a half-marathon later this year to raise money for The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society through Team In Training. - http://pages.teamintraining.org/gba...
Two weekends of lacrosse tournaments = LOTS of sun, sweat, heat + humidity, lots of yelling from the sidelines, lots of laughs and lots of fun! The Castillos are tapped out and loving it. Best Father's Day weekend ever was spent doing all of the above and then some!
Have I mentioned how excited I am that at my wedding I'll get to meet, for the first time, 3 good friends of mine that I met on FF?? If not, I'M SO EXCITED! I met my soon-to-be husband, my maid of honor and 3 of my guests all on FF. How awesome is that?!? For that, I love you, FF!
This beer right here that I'm drinking, the smell of salmon wafting out the windows, the really nice breeze on the deck, the good news (and The Good News) I received at church this morning, my daughter's enthusiasm.
I am sorry I do not have time to use Twitter or Friendfeed. Those who follow me on Facebook can keep up to date with my wife's progress. quick update. lack of communication, then mild aphasia, 911, 4cm tumor on left frontal lobe, surgery removed 99.9% (charlotte nc has excellent neurosurgeons/hospital) now the long road of recovery begins. once...
Thanks to FF and FFriends for giving me a safe place to vent and share my triumphs, joys and happy moments as well as my struggles or fears. I'm grateful to have met you (in real life or just here) and been blessed with your friendship and support.
It's amazing what I saw while running the marathon today and truly inspiring; a deaf and blind woman being led by a friend, a double amputee marine, an 89 year old man who was the last full marathon runner to come in and was ushered in with over 40 TNT coaches running the last mile with him, and 3 soldiers running in boots and full gear. <333