There’s a lot of stuff I’ve been meaning to write about, but the inability to upload photos has gotten in the way. (That issue still isn’t resolved. We found a workaround solution that will work for now.) Let’s get right to it, and mix in some Crazy Predictions.
â€¢ My sister Karen is engaged! Congrats! Her and Keith are just now beginning to learn the joys of wedding planning. Good luck deciding who’s not worthy of an invitation. Is a wedding website in the works?
â€¢ A press release from the Office of Bryan T. Pojanowski: “I am pleased and honored to announce that in the state-wide election of April 22, 2008, I was elected as a member of Allentown’s 17th Ward, 1st district to the Republican County Committee. It was a landside victory where I garnered 100% of the vote. I’d like to thank my wife, Emily, for providing the one vote that propelled me to victory! I look forward to your future support.” Reliable sources say he’s got his eye on Arlen Specter’s Senate seat. I’ll be sure to get a better photo for the next update. I want to see him on Hardball as a surrogate for John McCain.
â€¢ The Cleveland Indians will win the 2008 World Series.
â€¢ Outside of the news on Senator Pojanowski, I know no one is reading this blog for political commentary. (No one is reading at all, really.) But I think the low moment of the Presidential campaign was this question Obama was asked by George Stephanopoulos: “Do you think Reverend Wright loves America as much as you do?” So awful. One political predictionâ€”Hillary will not be his VP.
â€¢ You may have noticed that things look a little different around here. I like this font and I like the color blue. Plus I was never sure what that picture at the top of the old design was all about. One negativeâ€”the Blogroll has disappeared. One of these days, I’ll look into that.
â€¢ After one month on Weight Watchers, I’ve lost 9.4 pounds (down to 189.6). Still a long way from my target of 175, but it’s good to be back in the 180s.
â€¢ The New Orleans Hornets will win the 2008 NBA Championship. (Guess I’m a little late posting this one.