My favorites did not do as well today as they did yesterday. But still a really fun day of tennis.
Alize seemed calm and relaxed during
Quarterfinal day at FCC
I saw a little girl burst into
Everyone kept calling me a tease in the comments for my last blog (or maybe it was just Nelslus) and I didn't understand why until the lightbulb went on over my head a minute ago. I never really finished the Portland story, did I?
Monday night was interesting. I had plans to be at least somewhat social, but the Everclear sort of ruined that. I drank 2 capfuls of it just out of, I dunno, whimsy and took a little hike through Washington Park, this gorgeous, gigantic park near downtown
Television needs a reality show about doctors. I don't mean Gray's Anatomy or ER or those types of shows.
You can't "go to the doctor" in real life. You have to make an appointment, usually for a week later. (If you're bleeding you have to go to the Emergency Room.)
Once you make the appointment, you MUST show up because they will charge you an office call unless you give 72 hour notice.
You have a 9:00 appointment and they ask you to be there
Updated 04-09-2008 at 12:31 PM by Lone-star
The Monday WTA Player
The once and future Best. Female. Player. Gets serious again, and in the process sends her nemesis a message that the parade of quarter-final dump outs is over. Just as impressive, Serena levels her career head to head with Jelena Jankovic, the only current player that had a better than .500 record (5 matches