June been bery bery busy to me. Can't even *tell* you how many times this month I've thought, "Oh, I gotta blog about that"! Then I don't get around to it and now I'm either sick of it myself or have forgotten why I thought it was worth a blog post to begin with.
The Atlanta Thrashers were sold to a mega-rich consortium of Canadians. Good for the team, bad for us fans because these rich a-holes want to actually have the team IN Canada, the bastards. It's all over the web, google it if you care, I finally stopped crying about it just a couple days ago.
Clarence Clemons, Bruce Springsteen's sax player and BFF for nearly 40 years passed away last weekend. It's all over the web, google it if you care, I'm still to weepy to even want to go there on my blog.
Novartis Pharmaceuticals flew me to Orlando for 2 days of training to become a speaker for Gilenya, their new-to-market MS pill. Made over 20 new friends that weekend and had a rollicking (read: exhausting) good time.
Hubby repainted our deck which means we're going to have to start hosting cookouts and shit. I love seeing our buds in a relaxed environment and all, but man there's a lot of prep (read: cleaning) to do around here first.
So this weekend I have one friend's surprise birthday party, visit to another friend in the hospital then visit a third friend who is currently undergoing radiation therapy for tongue cancer, which leaves him with enough energy to socialize for about two hours a week. Oh yeah, and attend a fundraiser for a local charity. Oh, and work for a few hours Saturday morning. Oh, and do some software upgrades to two electronic devices.
Ha! Let's see how I do...
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