Friday, January 20, 2006

Weekend!

First and foremost, I want to thank you for your prayers, good thoughts and words of encouragement. These past two weeks have been difficult, but at the same time they've been joyful- we've been celebrating both Evelyn's and Shannon's life, as well as our own personal blessings.

As for this weekend...my husband is attending some cycling event out in Los Angeles. Last year he said that this "World Cycling Event" was the first ever to be out in California, and how could he not attend since who knew where it would take place next year! Ha! This year, the "World Cycling Event" is again in Los Angeles!! And yes, he's having a wonderful time among bicycles and other cyclists.

So what will I be doing this weekend? I will be spending my time with my mother and sister...shopping.

Other News
My brother-in-law Jackhampster will be a particpant in the AIDS Life Cycle (June 4 -10) from San Francisco to Los Angeles, CA. Please check his Aids LifeCycle Homepage and if you can donate, please do so. Thank you!

6 comments:

Xolo said...

My sister did the AIDs ride a couple of years ago. She wasn't a cyclist when she started training for it, so it was quite an accomplishment.

It was an amazing experience for her and I was happy to support her (and follow her progress).

Best wishes to your b-in-l.

Karen said...

I'm so sorry I missed the previous post. I'm sending you BIG HUGS and keeping you, your friends and the families in my prayers.

curious servant said...

Sounds like a busy time!

Rocko said...

I think it great "Jack" is doing the ride. I hear it is cruelling. Your husband is really inspiring him.

Wish you well.

sonrisa morena said...

i did the AIDS ride a few years ago and let me tell you that it was brutal!!! BRUTAL!!! but the best experience of my entire life so far!!! i will never forget it!!! when we finally came to our final destination, downtown chicago, i cried so much!!! especially when i saw my older sister, i consider her to be my second mom. we hugged and cried for such a long time. my little niece just looked at us like "what's the big deal? she just rode a bike!!" seriously coco will never forget that experience!! thanks for bringing back those memories. and i wish your brother-in-law the best!!!

Jack Hampster said...

WOW! thanks for mentioning me on your blog...