Chad’s Tournie

Long time, no write. Almost forgot we had this site! (Sadly, the rhyming was intentional because I have no better material to elicit a laugh).

So what have we been up to? Not too much. Joey is currently living to work, rather than working to live. Trying to get him to work on that, which unfortunately entails more work, which he is not willing to do. He’s been busy doing the double job thing with H & R Block (until the end of April) and the golf course. Looking forward to life being a bit more balanced soon.

Other current interests in the River City include pool league night – always a good time, in spite of the charming locations of these events. For those of you who haven’t been for a while, it turns out that the Cranbar does still have shag carpet tables, although in all fairness it appears that they were steam cleaned recently. The bar has been lowered. Or raised, depending on how you look at it, I guess.

Question: how do all you facebookers do this on a consistent basis? It’s been about two and a half months since I’ve posted and still I have nothing of substance to say. Could subject you all to my tired ramblings about nothing, but basically we are just keeping to our same old routine, which is actually quite lovely.

Oh, wait. Kirstin is…forgetful. The original reason for this post was to let cha’ll know about the golf tournament. Here are the details:

Date: June 27th (Canada Day long weekend babies!) at some point in the afternoon.

Location: Myrtle Point Golf Club, Powell River, BC.

Format: 9 hole Texas Scramble

More details to follow.

For those of you who aren’t aware, we do this tournament in memory of our friend Chad, who had Cystic Fibrosis and passed away 6 years ago from complications following a long wait for a double lung transplant. Proceeds from the tournament go to help other CFers who need to relocate with their living expenses while they wait for their second chance at life. So come on out and golf! (You don’t even need to know how, since everybody just shoots from the spot where the best ball lands. This makes it feel like you can golf, even if you can’t. Plus, it would give me some material for this blog. If only there was a similar procedure for pool…) Or, you can just attend the dinner and scope out the auctions, if you’d like.

If you’re interested in registering for the tournament, or would like more information, please contact Joey at: joeywhitford@hotmail.com or call him at (604) 487-4653.

Miss those of you we don’t see on a regular basis. Hope to see you soon!

K & J