Monday, November 06, 2006

Hey Ya'll!

Just letting everyone know I'm still around, I still have stories to tell, I just have another week where I have a billion tests and papers due. I promise I will post soon! :)



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Looking forward to it! Good luck w/ your tests & papers. :-)

3:37 PM  
Blogger Tracy said...

Good luck on your tests and papers, Waitress! Hope to see you back soon!

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Chris said...

Keeep your nose to the wheel Waitress. We will still be here.

6:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yep - good luck! I discovered your blog last week and have been looking forward to seeing your new posts...

8:17 PM  
Blogger Rach said...

i feel your pain! don't worry, thanksgiving's almost here..

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Angie said...

Hope you ace them all!!!

8:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am going throught withdrawl without your wonderful stories!!! I start my day with a cup of coffee any your blog. But with the demands of school I understand and will be patient. Good luck with mid-terms and term papers. I can't wait for the next installment of your most interesting life.

9:03 AM  
Anonymous gypsy_jo said...

update on Doggy suit... impacts Tucker's chances of coming home! YIPPEEEEEEEEE!

Katrina Dog Returned After Custody Suit
Rocket Survived Hurricane, Had Been Adopted From Suburban
Philadelphia Shelter
(AP) Rocket, a dog that survived Hurricane Katrina and ended up in a
Pennsylvania shelter, has been returned to its owner in New Orleans
after a bitter custody dispute.

The chow-Finnish spitz mix was returned by Lynne and Joseph Welsh of Doylestown, who adopted the dog, to Sheila Combs, of New Orleans, attorneys for both parties announced Wednesday.

The attorneys would not comment further on the settlement. Under
terms of the agreement, Combs dropped a civil lawsuit against the
Welshes that was filed in October in Bucks County Court.

The Welshes took in the now 2-year-old dog from a local shelter last
November and renamed him Rusty.

Combs' lawsuit had alleged that Rocket was "wrongfully adopted out"
after the dog was sent to Pennsylvania following its hurricane
rescue. The suit also had claimed that the Welshes reneged on
promises to return Rocket.

The first hearing on the suit had been scheduled for Thursday.

The case involving Rocket is not unique. Similar animal custody
battles are brewing in states including Florida and Maryland over
pets that were left behind during Hurricane Katrina and the mass
evacuations afterward.

SIDE NOTE: anyone lose an older pitbull X lab female in lower berks county? I have me

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I keep checking back for a new post....
Alas, I am a student too, so my life is equally as hectic right now.
Here's to when the semester is over!!

7:03 AM  
Blogger Thy said...

i'll be patient!

i know how it is with school. between school, music, extracurriculars, clubs, etc..the only reason i find time to blog is because i procrastinate horribly.

but what do i know? you're in college. im only 14.

good luck with exams and papers.

8:24 PM  

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