Wednesday, April 25, 2007

Look on the sunny side

So the last week and a half has been like a series of swift kicks to the nuts. Today's news is that one of my former rugby teammates died unexpectedly. He was a really good kid, and I'm absolutely gutted.

So here's the deal. I need some good news. Please, please, please leave a comment and let me know something good that is happening in your life. It doesn't matter what it is. I just really need to hear something happy.

12 comments:

Tuna Girl said...

I'm feeling you on the swift kicks thing. Even sans nuts.

But...hmmm...let's see. Good news???

The kids played violin in a school fine arts festival today. They were really cute.

That's the best I've got, sweetie. Hang in there!

mak said...

The case of the clap that I got from Famous Author Rob Byrnes cleared up after only one round of antibiotics.

greggoryk said...

Patrick has finally ben okayed for his surgery ....we go to Oahu on monday morning for early check in on tuesday !! Hows that for good news!!

Jess said...

It certainly pales in comparison to the loss of a friend, but you said you didn't care what it is, so...

I got a new job. A good one that I was hoping to get. So that's a bit of good news.

thwany said...

i got a seat on both the bus AND subway today, i thought it was christmas or an early bday gift.

MzOuiser said...

I've stopped having nightmares about falling through the floors of churches. Now I'm having nightmares about buildings crumbling to dust around me. Which is good news, because they're usually very ugly buildings.

My heart swells for you hon, big hugs from me.

Lee said...

Hope this cheers you up:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_aUzZTRa1Ck

Rob Byrnes said...

And Viagra is working wonders for MAK, although he should probably up the dosage.

Dantallion said...

I met a cute boy.

(Sending good thoughts your way, btw)

Peter said...

I lost 5 kilo's in the last few weeks.

I'm not going to look for them where I lost them ;-)

Sherry said...

After countless rejections, endless tears and much frustration, I've finally got myself a pupillage (last step on way to becoming fully qualified barrister). It's close to home (same county), pays better than most pupillages and I get a better deal than many of my fellow pupils.

Yay.

Paul said...

I got notice that I'm going to have a third interview with a company that I'd really like to work for in a city that I'd really like to live in.

I hope your week really picks up.