Sunday, September 30, 2007

Days Gone By

Hmmm, blogger wont let me upload images today. Perhaps it is taking a day of photo-rest.

Yesterday at work I ran into a guy who was in marching band with me during college. His name is Greg, and I cannot remember his last name, though I'm sure it will come to me. We spoke for a little while. He's doing well, just got engaged last month, and was shopping with his delightful mother whom I also met.

Greg mentioned that there is going to be a marching band reunion during homecoming weekend in October. It turns out that I will be on the road back from Florida during all the festivities. But man, oh man, would I like to have attended! Perhaps next year.
And here is where I was going to post the article naming my store as the best bookstore in Dallas. Yes, that's right, my store was named the BEST bookstore in Dallas. Go me and my team.
And here is where I was going to post a picture of an albino squirrel that is living on the campus of my old alma mater. Imagine a white squirrel with pink eyes, and you pretty much have it.

I guess that is all. The no-photos stole my thunder.


Anonymous said...

i quit marching band after 2 years in college. it wasn't fun anymore and it took too much time. i was told to either drop 2 of my 3 major and quit my job or to drop band. i dropped band. i needed the job to pay for school and i was at school to get a degree and complete 3 majors, so it made more sense to just quit band after year 2. plus, it was only 2 credits, but required about 4 hours a day 7 days a week, more if we were on the road.

sorry you won't get to go see past friends and remember your good times.


CatBoy AKA Charles said...

Congratulations on running a tight ship that people enjoy frequenting.

I wonder if my squirrel would like a Texas squirrel. Or an albino squirrel for that matter.

Roger, the Elu said...

Wow, That's super, Jenny! I'd love to visit your store.

Anonymous said...

THE BEST?!! Congratulations!!! No wonder Wentworth shops with you :)

UrbanStarGazer said...

Congrats! That seems like it would be quite an honor given the size of Dallas!