What’s Going On With Me
Okay, I thought I should write stuff, other than just posting my journal from the trip.
First things first, the Glasgow photos are up! It took a while because I’ve been busy working, and there are 50 photos. Look away to your heart’s content.
As you will read in a few days, the drama with Pearson airport has not ended, we encountered a humorous situation on the way home from Glasgow. I’m just telling you so you’ll stay tuned. 🙂
I think we’re finally all caught up on sleep. Today was the first day I was able to sleep past 6am. That was a real treat. We had a picnic after church, and got to sit with Mark, Shannon and Kaylynn and just chat. That was awesome, as I feel like I’ve barely seen them this summer.
Rich gets back from Peru (allegedly on the 10th), and then my job at the museum will end. Jeff keeps telling me if he had the money, he’d keep me on. But the money would have to come out of his pocket, and he doesn’t earn overtime. I’m still holding out hope something else will open up there. Keep that in your prayers.
Geoff is heading out to Irvine in a few weeks (lucky bum), and I’ll be living the single life again. You know what that means…au gratin potatoes in a box! 🙂 I would have loved to go with, but no money. His trip is paid for. He’ll get to see our friends, and some we didn’t get to see last time. I think the next time I make it out there may be next summer, who knows. Right now, I don’t even want to THINK about traveling.
My friend Kelly had a baby girl (Emily Christine) this week. Mom & baby are doing just fine. She sent pics, and I’m so glad she had a girl, as she already has a son.
I’m going to close with a quote from Starsky & Hutch, which we saw on the plane. It was pretty funny. Not “buy the movie” funny, but “watch it if it’s free” funny.
Starsky: It’s 10 o’clock, you’re late; I’ve been here since 8.
Hutch: 8 o’clock? I didn’t even know this place opened that early.
Starsky: It’s okay though, because crime called in sick, it’s going to get a late start too.
Hutch: Crime called in sick, I like that…