Back In Town . . .

. . . and I'm exhausted. We spent the last three days in Lexington, working on getting my brother-in-law married. After a long couple of days Scott and Jessica are finally hitched, we're home, and I'm feeling a little under the weather. I hear there are quite a few bugs going around, but I'm pretty sure it's not SARS. We missed Halloween but Echo Church did still have our third annual Trunk 'N' Treat; word on the street is that the hot chocolate was a hit. Kaelyn was a bee yesterday at the rehearsal dinner. My mother-in-law won costume of the night, though.

Decided to read through my RSS feeds tonight [almost 200] and found a couple items of note:

1) Emily is back in London but posted a couple of pictures from her trip. Her Kaelyn photo is awesome. That kid is photogenic.

2) Dan, a guy who also does Architrek tours, gave Beit Carr a shout out. I'm always leery of pimping new blogs as some people struggle to post consistently [that's what I meant, Jake, so prove me wrong] but Dan has come on strong. He posts frequently on all things Cincinnati and does some great posting on this city's history.

I love that Dan wrote, "I find [Beit Carr] and posts very interesting in spite of the fact, or maybe because, we are somewhat different." Different is good. Our city is a diverse place and that's one of the many reasons we love living here. So do yourself a favor, check his blog out, and add his RSS feed to your interweb diet.

Alright, I'm going to bed. I'll catch you up later.