Bethany giving the thumbs up. I don't know if it was the food of the game.
Bethany and me at Tin Top
Highlight #5: Last but not least, my favorite highlight was getting to hang out with one of my bestest friends in the whole world, Bethany. She's just about my only single best friend yet and we understand each other like nobody else can. It's good to spend time with such a great friend with such a great head on her shoulder and be able to bounce thoughts, ideas and emotions off of her. Yay for best friends!
Anyway, that's about all the ketchup I have. I don't make resolutions so there will be no post about that. If I decide to do something serious, I don't just make a resolution to do it. It's a long thought-out process with much prayer and consideration so it's more of a life change I guess. As far as small things go, I don't resolve to do those either because I don't want to let myself down if I break them, and that right there is no enough motivation to not break them.
I'm still working on my big post about future changes that I've mentioned before. This is a really hard thing for me to actually blog about because that would mean that there would be a possibility that it would actually come true or happen, which it a little freaky for me. I think I've been putting off writing about it because I'm a little afraid of what my fingers might actually type out and I think I'm a little intimidated by the imminent changes that are on the horizon.
Nevertheless, I'm ready to get the jumbled mess that is in my brain out in written form. I think it may actually make some sense then and I won't be so afraid of it anymore.
Before I go, I must mention two things.
#1 - My unabashed love for Dave Barnes. I've written about him several times. He undoubtedly one of my favorite musicians ever and I like to brag (not really) about how I knew him when...way back when. His mom and my mom are best friends. There were Chi Omegas together at state, best friends throughtout high school and college roommates all four years. Now that's some tight friendship. There are old pictures of playdates with me, my sister, Dave and Beth, Dave's sister, but yikes...I won't share.
My love for him does not stem from this "I knew him when" concept at all, however. My love stems from just how much of a great person this guy is. It's unbelievable. He's incredibly talented, both musically and comedically, and he's still one of the most humble people I've ever met. He knows that his talent comes from God and keeps that in mind and he's passionate about helping his fellowman, far and near, with the gifts and blessings he's been showered with. And he's genuine. God bless him.
#2 - Did anyone see that new show on CBS tonight called Game Show In My Head? Freakin' awesome is my review. This show, hosted by Joe, the guy who used to host Fear Factor, sends people out on the streets with a little bud in their ear and he tells them crazy tasks that they have to do. And if they complete them, they get a certain amount of money. It's hilarious, the things that these people do for money. Here's a snippet.
Too bad it cuts off before the really fun part. I'm sure you can watch it on CBS.com.
I hope everyone's 2009 is off to a great start. "Ketch" ya later!