Hey you! Yeah, you! I guarantee you are the only person on my blog at this exact moment. In fact, you are probably the first visitor to read this entry, as well as the last before I write another one. God knows how long that will be.
So if my 1 fan is interested in hearing about what I've been up to, here's a list.
-I got back from Spain.
-I've written a television pilot. No feedback.
-I've written a feature. No feedback.
-I'm writing another feature.
-I left my job.
-I'm preparing to move to Charlotte NC to start another job.
-I got a puppy. A black lab named Starbuck ( the viper pilot, not the coffee place)
And that about sums it up for me.
And now: A follow up on my last entry.
Pentagon shooter. The perfect example of even more retaliation against the federal Government. My opinions (see previous entry). Let's see what other acts of needless violence we can spot. Better yet, let's see if we can stop them before they happen.
Last but not least:
An old friend of mine from High School recently gave birth to a daughter, who was diagnosed with cystic fibrosis. For those of you interested in donating, here is the email her father sent out.
"My Friends and Family:
As you may or may not know our Grandaughter (Caylee Grace Pafford) was born on February 5th, 2010, and was diagnosed with CF (Cystic Fibrosis) and she had a small bowel obstruction and was operated on February 9th to repair the bowel which was a result of CF, she has started the CF regiment of treatment with enzymes, vitamins, nebulizer treatments on a daily basis, This is a life threathing disease, 1 out of 6,000 babies born today have CF, The CFF (Cystic Fibrosis Foundation) reports that the average lifespan for someone with CF is 37 years. This is a small portion of the overall population and therefore our government does not fund any research for CF, so its solely up to the CFF to raise the money for research. It truly breaks my heart that she has this life threating disease, so I have dedicated myself to help see that she lives longer that 37, and the only way I can do that is walk, I'm walking everyday to get ready for the "Big" walk. Each year the CFF has a walk to raise money for the Cystic Fibrosis to help find a cure for "Caylee' and all the kids and adults that suffer from this disease, My hope is that this story has touched you heart enough to help me raise at least $500.00. So if you can help me by donating whatever you can, it would deeply be appreciated. Not to long ago I was raising money for the North Buncombe Band program to help band kids, now I'm helping to raise money to extend my granddaughters life.
GREAT STRIDES is the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation's largest and most successful national fundraising event. This year, I'm walking in the GREAT STRIDES walk at Carrier Park on Amboy Road on Sunday May 2nd, 2010. Please help me meet my fundraising goal of $500.00 by sponsoring me. Your generous gift will be used efficiently and effectively, as nearly 90 cents of every dollar of revenue raised is available for investment in vital CF programs to support research, care and education.
Cystic fibrosis (CF) is a devastating genetic disease that affects tens of thousands of children and young adults in the United States. Research and care supported by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation is making a huge difference in extending the quality of life for those with CF. However, we continue to lose precious lives to CF every day. That's why your help is needed now more than ever to ensure that a cure is found sooner - rather than later. To learn more about CF and the CF Foundation, visit www.cff.org.
Together, we can make a difference in the lives of those with CF! Thank you for supporting the mission of the CF Foundation and GREAT STRIDES!
Thank You for helping me support the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in finding a cure for CF.
To my 1 fan out there...
...until we meet again.
...until we meet again.