Tuesday, November 18, 2008

Sick as a dog and photos!

So, I spent Sunday and Monday sick. Like nausea, congestion, headache, sore throat sick. And then I came into work today. Not a good idea. I'm on antibiotics, but I'm not feeling the greatest. But rather than continuing to bitch about it, I'm going to post photos from a wonderful event that I was able to attend last Thursday through the Executive Leadership Foundation. Actually, my friend Joel (who you may remember from the event in February) asked me to be his 'date' for the event.

The dinner honored World War II veterans. Coach Bill Curry was the keynote speaker while Joel was the emcee. I can't tell you how moved I was by the video that they showed honoring the WWII veterans. In addition to being thankful for their service, I thought of my dad and how proud I am of his military service and all the sacrifices he made for this country and for my family. (I love you, daddy!)

So, now that I'm all teary-eyed, here are some photos from the evening.

Close-up of me and Coach Bill Curry.

Coach Bill Curry, me and Joel take 1.

Coach Bill Curry, me and Joel take 2.

Coach Dan Reeves and me.


Abby said...

What a fun event!

And you looked HOT! :-)

Miss you more!

JEFFREY said...

Must have been a great evening.
Your dad sent me an e-mail. I grew up in the Bronx where your dad did and was in asia same as your dad. Enjoy yourself while your young and make a lot of memories.

zandria said...

That sucks about being sick! Hope you feel better soon. Very cool photos, though. Looks like a great time! :)

Meaghan said...

Hope you feel better, and you look GREAT in these photos!

Chris said...

hope you feel better real soon! love you lots and i love your daddy and all our family vets! what an amazing service they do for our country and our freedom.

Simply Being Still... said...

Hope you feel better very soon!

Anonymous said...

Wow my daughter is rubbing elbows with all these famous folks. Thanks for the kind words, there are so many vets who have never been thanked for their service and especially those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country. My buddy Jeff who posted earlier was awarded the purple heart twice. Love ya a bunch

JEFFREY said...

hope your feeling better, Thanks for your thoughts about the vets.
I know you know by now your dad is a friend of mine.
I'll take this time and wish you and your family and happy thanksgiving.