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February 1, 2010


Lately things have been pretty uneventful! While most of our friends are counting down the days until they leave for Spring Training, Adam and I are still waiting on a team to sign him! Talk about stressful :) His agent is still working on things, so maybe we will know soon. Adam is definitely losing motivation to work out but we are very hopeful! We've had a few other things come up, sort of a "plan b" type of thing, but we're praying we don't have to go down that road!

A couple weeks ago Adam and I went to the movies to see Avatar in 3D...ohmyHeavens it was sooo good! Neither of us are into the sci-fi movies, but we'd heard from several people that we had to see this movie while it was still in theaters. Somehow I obliged and we went, rocked the 3D glasses, and were both amazed at how much we loved the movie! Seriously..go see it..

Here we are sportin' the 3D glasses..

Oh, another thing. Adams iPhone was stolen!!! Some little turd at IMG (where Adam works out) went through Adams jacket and took his phone. Normally it wouldn't be a big deal but with an iPhone..HA. It's a big deal. You can't get insurance on the phone, so when you lose it or it gets stolen, you've got to pay full price for a new one. And if you aren't aware, it's about $500. Go ahead. Throw up in your mouth just a little bit. Because that's what I almost did. Finished? Mmmkay. Anywho, so of course Adam isn't eligible for an upgrade for another 11 months, which means he could either pay $500 for a new phone, or get a cheap phone until it's time for him to upgrade and he can get the iPhone for $200 in 11 months. I now present you with Adams new phone (by the way, try to contain your jealousy..):

Oh yeah, p-i-m-p'in the new phone! That's about as basic as it gets, folks.

So there you have it, the highlights of our exciting life! HA!

Just an update on my Dad for you, he had his first treatment of Erbitux this morning! We emailed while he was getting it (I think it was a long process) and he said it was going fine. I haven't talked to him since but I think everything went great! We did find out that he only has to have the radiation on just one side of his throat which is a huge relief! God is good!

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