I've gotten word that some people are gettin annoyed with my political and serious postings. In an effort to not lose readers to the Great Blogs of Fire Boycott, I will try to be less controversial for a while.
So here is one that is purely celebratory and not so much like a sermon or testamonial. I'm really excited because I've gotten my teacher certification classes completely finished and I am now eligable to apply for full certification. That is once I've paid the State Board of Education Certification $77. So, there will be no more school for me for a while. That is until I decide to get my master's degree, which I intend to do. I never liked school that much, and yet I keep going back. Maybe growing up is just too hard.
The Astros are making me cry. Roger Clemens is amazing, but the bats have slowed down so much it's starting to look like April and May again. It's very depressing. I don't think, however, that I will be able to really care about football or the Texans until baseball season is over. Even then I might not really care. I used to love football when the Oilers were going to the playoffs every year. Even though they couldn't make it to the Super Bowl, I was a fan of Moon, Drew Hill, Jeffires, Ray Childress and the rest of the "run-and-shoot" gang. It was a magical time. Since then football has not really been much of an interest to me. I'd like to change that. Maybe some tickets to a game would help. Unfortunately, the only tickets I could buy would cost over $150, and not even all games had those available. Amanda really wants to go to a Rockets game this year, so that will be something to really try and do. It shouldn't be too difficult. I've been to the Toyota Center once and it was a really nice place. Our tickets were great and only $20. Not too shabby.
Here is something to keep you coming back. Are Amanda and I or are we not expecting a baby? What do you think? I will post again in no less than three days with the answer.