I'm 2 degrees from my blogging friend, Amy Friend. Stephanie (on the left) and I are friends, and she got to spend time with Amy. So I'm getting closer. For now. And one of these days Amy and I will meet in real life.
And this is probably a good place to show you (again...) the picture of my entry into Amy's contest, Texting While Sewing.
I'm not much of a sports car fan. I have driven solid Hondas since Aaron was in 7th grade. The big change for me was changing to a silver Honda after four white Hondas. But I do like this little beauty.
I work out of my house as a medical transcriber. While one of my doctors sends and receives all my work digitally, I still have to pick up a little microcassette tape each morning from my other doctor. Her office is next to the hospital emergency room.
We haven't been treated to one of Mark's "drive-by shootings" recently. So here is a picture he took the other day on what looks to be a fairly "normal" road.
While we are on the theme of cars and driving, parking can sometimes be a huge inconvenience. I give the parking company extra points for choosing a great color for their sign.
(Why, yes, I DO love the Be Calm app on my iPhone--thanks for asking)
Have I mentioned that it has been hot here? HOT. Sizzling. This was the temp in Mark's truck the other day.
We broke a record this morning--for the highest low. Does that even make sense? The low was 85, the highest "low" since something like 1933 when it was 80. I hate breaking records like that.Combine that with the fact that Mark has started refereeing football. And that he reffed a scrimmage on Saturday. Because the higher powers in charge thought moving the game from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. would be fine. Personally, I think canceling the game would have been a better solution. But as they say, the game must go on.