Ok, so it's not really Thomas' groundhog, but it's just as bothersome. Although he ran off before "Auntie Daddy" could catch his name, I took the liberty of naming him Bubba. This is Georgia, by the way. He's a cute bugger, but is he conducive to gardening? No. However, would you pass up a free meal? No way. Don't know yet if Nattie will take measures to stop Bubba, but I doubt she'd be successful as her property backs up with a HUGE green space and any efforts would likely be futile as if this one learned there was no such thing as a free lunch, his buddy wouldn't be far behind.
I found out one of my administrators sent out a blurb to the county PR representative about the speakers I've got lined up for that law class. Maybe there will be some local publicity I can share with you soon. Still looking for ideas for the Current Issues class that starts in January. My aunt mentioned how social media has aided in recent uprisings like Egypt, England and Philadelphia. What a great idea!
You can stop reading now if you want, but on a Keychains for a Cause note, we've already raised $100.00 this year and that number can only go up!
September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month and for that cause we've revamped our gold ribbon keychain to include a satin center with gold grosgrain edges. I think it looks nice. If you Facebook (It's a noun and a verb now, people), and you don't mind, please go to our facebook site and share the post about the Childhood Cancer keychain. There's so many out there that would love to show support for the cause and not enough ways to do it. That, and the proceeds support Relay for Life.