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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Day Number 2

Today we begin day number 2 without the Aardvark.

November Victor Delta, better known as the Aardvark, started making funny squeaking sounds on Saturday night as I took the kids to a youth group meeting.

Being far more knowledgable about cars, my children assured me it was nothing. I did not think so; in fact, I got the feeling it was going to be an expensive squeak.

For now, I get to drive the nicer, newer car to work.

Yesterday was my older brother's birthday. He is a diocesan priest over on the East coast. He truly is living a life of the person of Christ, as he has suffered for his parish. He has been beaten, robbed at knifepoint, and had other sorrows given to him, yet he keeps up his work. God bless you, big brother!

Pray for him and all priests and religious, that they may remain faithful to their vows and stay close to Our Lord.

Blogging has been limited due to a very busy schedule. On top of all that is going on in the Noisykid household, I went and bought a BLACKBERRY! I am trying to learn how to use it, and I have to edit the 57 pages of contacts that were on the old PDA/Cell phone.


Anonymous said...

God bless your brother! Congratulations on the Blackberry purchase. We shall have to PIN each some time. ;-) There should be an easier method to use in order to export and import your contacts, other than manually. Were you using Palm Desktop with your previous phone?

Anonymous said...

57 pages of contacts! Oh my! Have fun...

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