Monday, February 25, 2008

I'm Back!

Good morning, Ladies and Gents!

It's been almost a year since I last posted and a lot has happened. The most notable event being the birth of my son Joshua on July 25th. Everything went smoothly and he was perfectly healthy. He's now 7 months old and is finally sleeping through the night. So now that things have calmed down and I have more time and energy to devote to other things besides baby duty, I figure I might as well blog. My cousin also inspired me by sending me a link to her blog. She's got 4 kids and she blogs, so what's my excuse?

Anyway, I've been keeping up on the news and political commentary when I can--mostly lurking on my favorite sites, so why not blog a little about my life and the upcoming presidential elections? During the last race, I was pregnant and busy finishing up my thesis, so I didn't even have time to gloat when GWB beat FrankenKerry.

Sadly, my man Mitt Romney dropped out of the Republican primaries before I could even vote for him in the Texas primaries. So I'm forced to support John McCain (affectionately known as Juan down here in Texas), because supporting a Democrat would be suicidal. More about politics later.

Back to my point--I plan to post at least every other day on such topics as science, politics, child-rearing, pop culture, religion, and whatever else strikes my fancy. As always, feel free to comment or drop me a line.

4 comments:

Governale said...

Hey, doc.

I never removed you from my Bloglines feeds because I knew you'd be back.

Look forward to your posts.

John Governale

dr. fly killa said...

Thanks John! I was very surprised that I got a comment already. I guess this means I'll have to write more posts. :-)

Randy said...

"My cousin also inspired me by sending me a link to her blog. She's got 4 kids and she blogs, so what's my excuse?"

Yea, join the ranks of slackers to leave higher priorities undone. Yea!

If you're gonna blog, at least blog about the most important thing: BYU football!

dr. fly killa said...

I suppose I could do other, more important things--like talk smack on BYU Cougarboard. Go Utes!
:-)