Now that I’ve caught up with the events of the last few days, here’s a final little rundown of what’s up…
- I can’t even begin to fathom how scary it must be right now to be [tag]Tony Snow[/tag], facing some really stiff odds in his latest cancer fight. All the best to Mr. Snow and his family.
- Same to [tag]Elizabeth Edwards[/tag]. Her positive approach (and Tony Snow’s, for that matter) definitely makes a big difference. I know that same approach prolonged my aunt Sobeida’s life for at least a few more months while she was battling a very rare and aggressive form of leukemia (she passed in October 2005).
- April 20 is the American Cancer Society [tag]Relay for Life[/tag] in Summerville. I’ll be joining Tom and friends that night. I encourage you to show your support and get out there — they’re a great organization.
- In other news: Anybody want to take bets on how long [tag]Alberto Gonzales[/tag] (Gone-zales?) will keep his job? Sounds like the only person in Washington who still has confidence in him these days is Bush himself. I don’t think he lasts past Friday, but who knows.
- Remind me to pay closer attention to [tag]college basketball[/tag] next year so my bracket won’t be so embarrassing. I also should refrain from drinking immediately prior to filling out said bracket. Yikes.
- Baseball’s Opening Day is Sunday. This is, without a doubt, my favorite time of year. I’m in a fantasy [tag]baseball[/tag] league this year — we’ll see how THAT goes. That’s going to be pretty intense, I think. I’m sure I’ll burn a lot of bandwidth at baseball-reference.com keeping track of statistics. Good news for me: The auto-drafter nabbed Johan Santana. Sweeeeeet. ;)
I think that’s it for now. I’ve got a lot more to say, but I probably should sleep for yet another long one tomorrow. :)