Friday, February 26, 2010


Come join us Sunday evening for a benefit concert for Haitian Relief. Choir Sing for Haiti will feature several choirs from the Tampa Bay area. The event is FREE!!! but donations are welcome, with all proceeds going to the American Red Cross. The event will be at 6pm on Sunday the 28th at First Baptist Church, Tampa, on Kennedy Blvd (across from UT). Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Singers Wanted

Come join us! We will be having information sessions Thursday Feb. 4th and Monday Feb. 8th at First Baptist Church in Tampa. See the website for details.

Wednesday, January 27, 2010

I'm still here...

Two weeks of antibiotics and I still am not over the hump. But I'm here and alive and just trying to keep my head above water. I'll post more as time permits. I'm doing some "soul-searching" and prioritizing right now. Keep the faith!

Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Prayers for Sarah

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Doing some updating

as you can see, for the new year. I've just about got it down, except for the header picture. Not sure if I like it or not. Once I decide on that I'll be all set. What do you think so far? Stand by for new developments...

Wednesday, November 4, 2009

Some ramblings

So, the weekend went way too fast, of course. Had a fun time with the kiddoes as always. It seems like a lot of people either weren’t trick or treating, or weren’t home to give out trick or treats. One co-worker just noted that it might be because of the swine flu. I didn’t think about that, I was thinking more of the economy and people not having extra money to spend on costumes and candy and the like. But that’s okay, the kids still ended up with a buttload. I had to negotiate for my share, of course.

Let’s see...hard to believe it was a month ago yesterday that I came back from England. Time flies. Had some good memories. Wish I had more of them, but sometimes things happen. Oh, well! I love big cities and exploring them. I don’t know when I’ll be back, but I’ve already got some must sees planned out. One thing I did find is that the food is very bland. We ate a few pubs, and it seems like they just don’t use a lot of seasoning in things. And they sure do like their peas. Even mushy peas! Y’all know how I feel about peas. I tried fish and chips, and a steak sandwich (two different places) and they were okay, but blah. I guess blah was a good thing considering, but I really wanted some flavor going on.

I really, really, REALLY wanted to find a good Indian place, but I knew my stomach couldn’t tolerate it. I will say that we found a nice Italian place that I really liked on the last night. It was a little upscale, but the food was very good. I had the spaghetti and meatballs. I made friends with a couple from up near Manchester (I think). When we were on a break, she offered me a piece of her brie. Their brie is a lot more pungent then what we’re used to buying in the states. I found that interesting. Oh, and they do not have Jell-o in the UK. Trust me, I looked. There was a point where all I wanted was Jell-o and it was no where to be found. Well, live and learn!