I guess with all the poop being flung about I should do some housekeeping.
I did have a very nice weekend with Kari. Saturday night we ate at Koi, a Japanese Steakhouse where they cook in front of you. We had a lot of fun with Kari's friends Danielle, Byron, Kristy and Andy. Our waitress bordered on horrible, but fortunately, the chef was very personable and enjoyed doing his show, and catered it to us as opposed to running the standard play book so to speak. He really made it worthwhile.
After that, we went Cosmic Bowling. If you don't like glow in the dark bowling in tune with crappy music, then I doubt you know what fun is.
Sunday we just ran a couple of errands and took it easy. Kari's three brothers stopped through on their way home from a wedding, so we ate a nice spaghetti dinner with them, and then we both were ready to hit the sack pretty early.
We finished the weekend with a nice walk on the beach and then breakfast Monday morning before I hit the road back north. Little did I know that those fateful deceased armadillos would spawn.
Oh, and while I'm back on the ride home, is South Carolina the Mary Kay Cosmetics capitol of the South. Two straight trips down to Florida I've seen a pink Cadillac on the road. Anyhow, I know the first one was a Mary Kay car. If this last one wasn't, well, just why?
Back on track....of course, I'm always thankful for the hospitality that Craig and Wendy show me while I'm in PVB as well.
Switching gears, I haven't been very good about responding to comments, but I'd like to thank all those who dropped well wishes.
No, I don't have my instrument rating yet, but flying is definitely on the list of things I'd like to become proficient at again. I successfully dodged all six numbers on two Powerball tickets this weekend, which means I must be due for a huge turnaround next week, and then a plane of course when I win.
As for anything else, I'm a bit tired and my brain is failing me at the moment. I'm looking forward to heading back to Chicago this weekend though for Mother's Day.
Be well, all.