"What would you do if I sang out of tune
Would you stand up and walk out on me
Lend me your ears and I'll sing you a song
I will try not to sing out of key"
Anyone who knows me knows how much I treasure the friendships I have. These people have helped dig me out of emotional holes, cheered me on and cheered me up. Some of them I don't talk to as often as I would like but, I think of all of them on a regular basis. God bless their presence in my life.
Jennie is an amazing, sexy, talented woman. I originally contacted her through the Captain Tractor mailing list and ended up watching "Babylon Five" when a mutual friend brought me over.
Chris is secretly trying to grow his hair longer than mine. Well, maybe not. He's an animation wiz, a fabulous guitarist and not too bad at singing, either.
Iain works magic in the kitchen with the various baking that he does. He's also not too shabby at giving massages.
Kelc has been there whenever I needed him. Whether it was chauffering me around or feeding me when I wasn't eating properly. He's been my white knight on more than one occassion.
Drew is one of those people that overwhelms me with his knowledge of everything. He's well-read, can do difficult math in his head (well, math I find difficult), and has really interesting hobbies. You'll never get bored talking with him.
Jesse and Charlene Runge
A fabulously sweet couple. They've introduced me to the wonders of guinea pigs, race cars, and southern cooking.
Marty's made me what I am today, a Diablo II junkie. He's also the one the principle people that encouraged me to join Safewalk where I met many of my closest friends.
Jill is a "Wonder Woman." She runs her own business, gets involved in the community with volunteering and sports, plays around building furnature, keeps a beautiful garden, is a voracious reader and keeps in conact with all of her closest friends. She amazes me.