Friday, September 28, 2007

Let's GO Mountaineers!

Tonight is the WVU vs. USF game @8pm. It should be a really good game. USF beat us in a major upset last season and WVU is bound to not let it happen again. even has the head story about WVU on the college football homepage, please read it here:

They say some great things about our new running back Noel Devine. He is unbelievable for a freshman and can only get better. Tonights matchup will be the first real test for WVU. It's a major match-up between WVU's rushing offense and South Florida's run defense. Powerful as the game may be, I'm not sure that it will be high scoring. Nonetheless, if you are a football fan, you don't want to miss this game tonight.


Thursday, September 27, 2007

Here we Go Steelers!

I was visiting my cousins myspace page to see pictures of her baby, Luca. Not only is he the cutest Steeler fan I've ever known, but he's got to be one of the sweetest faces I've ever seen. I don't get to see him enough, and in fact, haven't seen him in forever! Please look at how adorable his sweet little cheeks are!

This Political Life

So things are starting pick up here at the office. If you haven't heard already, one of our clients is presidential hopeful, Rudy Giuliani. I have to say that I'm pretty stoked. I think he's a great guy and has done and could do a lot of great stuff.

So we're getting pretty busy planning the media and working out the numbers. Be sure to check out all the Rudy has to offer on his website and beyond. From his website you can get links to his MySpace and Facebook pages and you can check up on videos from the campaign trail. You can also get codes from his webpage so you can post banners like this one:

If you aren't already registered to vote, please sign up! It's so easy and it makes such a difference in a primary. Make sure that you don't just vote in the General election in 2008, vote in the primary so you're sure that the best candidate for your party is represented.

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

A Song of Love

Here's a video that I found online. It's a guy singing about his iPhone to the tune of Enrique Iglesias' "Bailamos." It expresses the love that I have for my iPhone. It is slightly outdated because this is when the iPhone's first came out and before they went down in price. I hear this song playing in my head a lot....well at least every time I say "my iPhone."

Nancy's 21st Birthday

I spent this past weekend up in Buffalo, NY for Nancy's 21st Birthday. Lucky for me I had a new iPhone to occupy my time while I was sitting in the airport :)I flew up to NY and met my parents. We visited Nancy's college and met her new roommates. It was nice to get away for a little bit, do some shopping, and hang out with my sister. Here are a few pictures from the weekend.

My iPhone

I just made the best decision of my life.

I purchased an iPhone.

I was hesitant at first, but everything I read about them only made me want one more. I joked that if it went down $100 I was going to purchase it. Well, my wish came true. Not only did the iPhone go down $ actually went down $200! I couldn't resist.

The only problem that I've heard about the iPhone is that customers aren't satisfied with the AT&T network. I was a Cingular customer and have been just fine with the service that AT&T/Cingular offer. So I decided I wouldn't be dissappointed with what the iPhone had to offer.

So far, I haven't been.

This is the top of the line in technology and worth every penny. I can surf the internet whenever, where ever and it looks like what the internet is supposed to look like. The coolest feature I've found so far ( I'm still learning everything because its so cool) is being able to automatically search for shops, bars, and restaurants based on my current location. It's amazing.

I believe I could just go on and on and on about the greatness of the iPhone.

You'll just have to check it out for yourself.

My Surgery

I have to apologize for not updating my blog more frequently. For the past couple of weeks I have been out of service because I had surgery. If you read my blog about my emergency room visit you know that I have had some health problems. After a month of Dr. appointments and being poked with needles they were able to determine that I had gall stones and had to have my gall bladder removed.

I would like to inform you that I am well and almost 100% recovered and I'm doing very well. The surgery was all laproscopic and left me with very little scarring. In fact, they used super glue to stitch me up!

So, despite and uncomfortable visit in to the hospital I'm fine!