I apologize for such a lengthy delay in this good news, but as she and I were unable to get in touch until this past weekend (and then she promptly didn't return my call after I allowed her a potty break, for shame), I wanted to make sure I gave her the proper credit. Once again, I continue to proclaim her talents far and wide...and Montgomery County Theatre is damn lucky, indeed, to have her on their roster of performers. The picture is from that night's festivities (and please forgive the darkness of the photo), with our beguiling Amanda on the left...LOL. (Picture taken from MCT.)
As of September 6, the advancements and the plan :
And, yeah, I still do get a high knowing that I am making some significant elimination of the debt picture. So even though I am very weary of eating leftovers all week long, I can smile easier now when I think about money...and I sleep very well now, too, as the endless worries have almost gone away. I highly recommend making the sacrifice of luxuries to anyone with a money management problem, for it truly is fantastically liberating.
(Picture from Sitevip.net/Andre Agassi.)
While Courier's game at that time was certainly more solid and I just remember Agassi running down countless shots he could have just let go, I was always taken with the brash Las Vegas-based star. He suffered through bad calls, faulty serving games, a marriage to Brooke Shields, and the loss of his once famous locks...but he's been a man about it all and made no apologies for any of it along the way. In a sport that so desperately needs anyone with some distinguishing personality and who is also able to come through in the clutch to win (somebody send this memo to Lleyton Hewitt, stat), the void that Agassi will leave is a mammothly large one. At last, though, he seems genuinely happy off the court and, in consideration of all of the back problems he's been plagued with recently, his departure is a timely one. A class act in a time when we can so rarely say that about any professional athlete.