Wednesday, February 6, 2008


Welp, it's been a while since we last posted anything of substance so I'll try to fill you in with what's been going on in the exciting lives of Beth and Tony. Now that I think of it, not much. We had a great Super Bowl Sunday with great food and a great game to watch. Our menu included chicken empanadas, queso, cheese sticks, homemade guacamole, salsa, and Heineken to name a few things. I mean hey, it's the Super Bowl, what do you expect? Since we had each run about 25 miles between Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, neither one of us felt too bad about consuming any of our Super Bowl goodies.

We got an email yesterday telling us that our house should be done by the end of February which would put our closing date somewhere around the first couple weeks of March. This would be perfect timing as Beth has spring break the third week of March and it would give her some extra time to work on stuff with the house. Today is our day that we go out and check the progress of the house, so hopefully we'll have some new pics up soon.

This weekend we are meeting with our wedding coordinator to discuss our reception. And before you go thinking that we must be big time because we have a wedding coordinator, think again. It's basically just someone that is assigned to us by the Marriott to personally help coordinate our wedding. Where we are having our reception is a big place and they can't just have one person handle all the weddings.

In other news, the honeymoon has been booked. Although Beth knows somewhat where we are going, she doesn't know where we are staying or what we are doing. So hopefully she'll be pleasantly surprised with everything that's been chosen.

Super Tuesday was yesterday and in my humble opinion, it was super boring. I just think it's crazy that in a country of over 300 million people, this is the best group of five people we can come up with. Not only that, but we've had either a Bush or a Clinton in the White House since 1989. So you're telling me that there's only been two families in America in past 20 years that are qualified to represent our great country as President. Doubtful. Again, in my humble opinion. Oh well, we'll see what happens.

That's about it from here. Please keep voting for Stacy as much as possible. Voting ends Friday for this round and Stacy currently has 55% of the vote. Rock the Vote for Stacy!!!!

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