Monday, September 06, 2010

i'm here! i'm here! really!

Hi! I've missed you! First, my apologies for putting my blog on lock-down last month. After The Secret Agent L Project reveal party, my life sort of, um, exploded. I was contacted by CNN to do a live interview, and as a preemptive move, I put my blog on lock-down until the media hype subsided. I think things are calming down a bit regarding said media, so I thought I'd have my blog come out of hiding. But, if something else big comes along, I'll put it on lock-down again. But just for a bit. I'm trying to maintain a normal side of my life and didn't want the contents of my blog spilled all over for the world to see. Not that the world can't see it now, but you get where I'm coming from.

So, I'll keep this post short and just say this:

1. My life is so blessed. I am overwhelmed by how God is using me for goodness and blessing me with goodness in return. Like, woah.

2. I've missed you all.

3. Tomorrow I'm flying in an F-16 Falcon fighter jet with the United States Air Force Thunderbirds.

Yes. You read that right.

I've been selected as a Hometown Hero as a result of The Secret Agent L Project and have been chosen to fly in an F-16. I feel so honored, and I'm so excited that I can't even express it in words.

Will post video and pictures afterward!

Love to you all!

with love from Pittsburgh,
Laura

6 lovely bits o' feedback.:

Randall @ Happy For This Moment said...

So great to hear about all of the good things coming into your life - please keep us updated!

Gina said...

That's awesome! You are a hometown hero, for sure. That photo is gorgeous!

krista said...

you are such a gem.

Lynnetta said...

So glad that you're back! I've missed reading your blog :) But I am so happy for all the great things that have been happening to you as a result of your wonderful project. You are so deserving of it! I hope that you survived your flight today. Oh my gosh that sounds exciting!!

E said...

I love, love, love that picture! You're beautiful!

Anonymous said...

awesome! i go to Duquesne, btw!