Sunday, June 25, 2006

Betsy and Josh's Day

Yesterday,

Rob, Helen, Mary Ruth and I took a trip to Provincetown, MA. For those of you that don't know where Provincetown is, it is the tip of Massachusetts. The mosquitoes made me feel like I had donated with the Red Cross, but it was fun anyway. Not to mention the overpriced lobster rolls.

However,

The highlight of this rainy day was Betsy and Josh's wedding. It was a high class affair and it did rain the whole time, but it was none the less a great night. The photos are below.

We wish Betsy and Josh the best throughout their marriage.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/hambrick/sets/72157594176721354/

Monday, June 19, 2006

Boston in the South

For all of you that thought that such things as saying "git er done" and flying the rebel flag are prominenet in the South, rest assured the Red Sox Nation is alive and well in Atlanta, GA. Last night we went to the Red Sox vs. Braves at Turner Field, most of New England was at the game.

Sox Sweep! Recap Here.

http://snipurl.com/rz4f

Sunday, June 11, 2006

Summer...

Sorry there hasn't been much to write about. I am in a very reflective month of my life. There is so much going on. Trips to go on, loved ones to see. Father's day is next week and I have been thinking a lot about dad lately, and how I hope I am doing him proud.

I hope they have the internet in heaven, maybe he reads my blog. I know that sounds silly, but I want him to see my life unfold as if he were still here.

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On a lighter note, I watched Rafa Nadal beat Roger Federer in 4 sets today. That 20 year old Spaniard can play tennis on clay. WOW

Anyway, off to watch Sunday night baseball and to Chillax!

Peace

Saturday, June 10, 2006

Golf Scores

Last Sunday Mary Ruth and I played Golf and our scores are below. Not bad since we haven't played in over a year.