Saturday, October 23, 2010

Busy Weekend!

Friday night:
We went to a CF Gala called The Finest Event, Top 20 Under 40. The event honored 11 people that raised at least $1,500 for CF!


Jamie and Shane Remaley spoke about the CF battle they are fighting for for their son Radek. Radek was named the Child Ambassador for the event and is quite a doll!
I met Jamie this summer when I found out she was having a fund raising event for Radek inBethlehem, PA. Later on we found out that my brother knows Shane...small world!

We went to an event that is held yearly in downtown Bethlehem called Doggie Days. There is a dog costume contest, dog parade, dog games and vendors selling anything from homemade pet treats to grooming services. Jim and I helped judge the costumes and boy it was tough! There were almost 200 dogs to judge.
Barb and Holly from Team Sheldon with Holly's dog Harley.

Owner look-alike

Cruiser, my brothers Bichon Frise.

Chester and his owner and my friend Chris. Chester is a mixed breed and is super sweet!

This dog was awesome and won for "Most Scariest". He didn't move at all.


A Grenadier mascot copied from Liberty High School Grenadier Band.

This guy was adorable. His owner made this Philly Phanatic costume. He won for "Most Creative"

Barb with a big smile after purchasing some chocolate from one of the local shops.

Jim probably on Facebook talking to one of you...

Saturday Night:
We headed over to a friends house for a party. I got to see several ex-coworkers from Guardian. It was so great to see everyone!

On a health note...
All is well. Jim still gets a dry cough and vomits every once in awhile. Dr. H says it's partially due to his hernia and diaphragm issues and is normal.

Become a donor here. Just a few clicks can change the lives of so many! Not just the recipients but the recipients friends and family members!
That's all for now folks!

1 comment:

  1. Doggie Day was a blast! You and Sheldon did an excellent job as judges. So many cute dogs. It was wonderful to spend the day with you and Sheldon. What a difference a new set of lungs and a few months makes!