One young girl saved her teacher's life. Another man who had his son murdered went out to the community and convinced his friends not to seek street justice but to help him find the man who shot him and the one who sold him the gun.
It was a long evening but a good one. The only slightly negative thing was when I accidentally took a few bites of my dessert, forgetting I gave up sweets for Lent. I got a clue when the tall glass suddenly fell over (a Divine Sign, I guess).
I was a tad stressed today. When my E.D. started in on me around 6:00 p.m. about one of the events we sanction, I finally told him to send me an email and drop the subject because my head was about to pop.
We had a great meeting with the director at the Dept. of Transportation today, though, and it left me feeling somewhat settled and satisfied about all the issues we're having with construction projects. (Wow. Who would want that job? It made me doubly thankful to have the one I do.)
And I guess we may be getting a new kitty.
And an old friend died last night, someone we had unfortunately lost contact with but at one time was my mixed doubles partner. I feel pretty numb about it.
One final note: Hingis continues her amazing run and Roddick continues his unfortunate slump.