Thursday, January 31, 2008

Rest In Peace Norman L. Steinberg

For those of you who pay attention to this and don't know it my Grandfather on my mother's side has passed away. He kept a lot to him self and although I did not know him as well as I wish I had I miss him very much and loved him as a grandson loves his grandfather.

I am sad now but it is ok to be sad. This is one of those steps everyone must go through and as my grandmother says "It is over."

Monday, January 07, 2008

Looking Back, Looking Forward

If I haven't told you yet, Happy New Year Everybody! 2007 has come and gone. There have ups and downs and all kinds of wonderful things happened last year that I can't wait to see what happens in 2008. I have made a timeline to highlight some of the events that Breanne and I want to share with you. You can view it at:

Wonderful things that happened last year are:

  1. May 5th, Engagement: A long romantic weekend filled with working, cleaning, watching movies and a proposal that I couldn't even hold past the salad.
  2. Frogs and Cats: the acquiring and passing away of some of our small friends.
  3. The Passer Reunion: It feels so good to see and meet our family members.

Now, let's stop dwelling on the past and look towards the future. 2008 brings a whole slew of new wonderful things to be looking forward to. Here are a few:

  1. March 15th, Grandpa Abe's Bar Mitzvah: Seeing more family members and Breanne seeing Elmira for the first time.
  2. June 7th and 8th, Breanne's Graduation: Breanne will be graduation from the Nursing school at OSU with a minor in disability studies.
  3. Breanne and I moving back to Cincinnati Ohio where Breanne will get a wonderful job and I will continue to take online course work at Devry.
  4. Will we set a date?

Breanne finished the Winter 2007 Quarter with A and A- and is really looking forward to her OR clinical at Mt. Carmel. I finished Fall 2007 Session A at Devry with an A and 2 B's and I am looking forward to graduating May 2009(ish).

Ok that's all for us over here in Columbus.