I spent a couple of hours updating it, restoring all my contact info and other stuff after it got misplaced in the update. Cell phones are so nerve wracking for me. I definitely have a love/hate relationship with mine. Anyway, I'm not a night person at all and after having my brain on such high alert for so long Tuesday night, I had one of the worst cases of insomnia I've ever had.
Then I had to get up and be downtown at 10 o'clock for a job. I've seen the Equitable Building downtown probably my whole life. But I COULD NOT GET THERE YESTERDAY. It was elusive for me. I had my GPS and I printed directions off of Google. But that big building seemed to have disappeared. To top everything off, my phone, apparently still reeling from the effects of the upgrade, kept freezing, so I could call no one and no one could call me. When I finally got parked and into that building I was so relieved. The view from The Equitable Building is beautiful. And I wanted to make a picture because from the room I was in you could see The Capitol's gold dome and Turner Field. It was really pretty. But guess what? The camera on my phone froze. Yet another result of the upgrade.
On my way home, I stopped by Verizon because I was sure I must've done something wrong. They kept my phone for 45 minutes and when I came back they said it's just gonna take a few days for them to get all the "bugs" out of the upgrade. I may thrown mine out the window before then.
Sunday night we had supper at my house. Everyone was here. The kids swam for the first time this year. Look at these handsome cousins and friends. Love those boys so much.
And here they are doing what they do. Every one of them had scratches and red places on them from wrestling.
Last night was Cam's FFA Banquet. This was his last year in FFA because he's not taking any more AG Science classes. I was SOOOO proud of him because he had quite a few speaking roles. If you knew Cam when he was a little boy, and even still, he's pretty shy. But honey, he did so well. I think he would make an excellent public speaker. Didn't seem at all nervous.
He gave the invocation before we were served the best meal I've had in a while.
Fried chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, mac cheese and rolls. And some kind of really sweet, really good chocolate dessert. And I ate it all.
I guess the teacher or one of the students made a scrapbook of their year in FFA. Each officer had a page in it with a few pictures and a little bit about theirselves.
Ross was such a good big brother last night. He even went to the banquet to see Cam speak.
The loves of my life. Aren't they cute?
So. Tomorrow morning I'm off to Florida. I'm excited and need a vacation badly. This will be my view Friday morning when I have my coffee.
Does this look like paradise or what?
So much to do today, so little desire to do it. Hopefully, this mini vacay will give me some much-needed rejuvenation.
Till next time...