It has been awhile since I have posted.
since that last post several things have happened
-- I tore my MCL
-- I went to Little Rock AR to see the SEC women's basketball tournament
-- We had ice and six inches of snow while in Little Rock
-- We stopped in Scottsbor, AL on the way home to visit Unclaimed Baggage Center -- you need to check them out!
-- my sister-in-law in Illinois fell and broke her leg at the ankle requiring surgery and a stint in the hospital with blood clots -- she is now rehabbing at home.
-- my son and daughter-in-law brought my great niece to Athens (she lives in Atlanta and attends Emory University) to see a UG gym meet for the first time. My niece is a member of the Emory gymnastics club team.
since I posted about the SEC tournament, I wanted to mention that the women's basketball coach for the University of Georgia, Andy Landers retired this past week. he has been the only full time coach UGA has ever had. I am proud to call Andy a friend and will is seeing him on the sidelines next year. I intend to write more about Coach Landers in another post I just haven't gotten it all sorted out in my head yet. I was surprised by how much his retirement has affected me -- he has been the coach for the last 36 seasons -- exactly the number of years we have lived in Athens. But, Andy has been much more than a coach to not only his players, but his fans as well. He will be a hard man to replace.