Thursday, March 13, 2008

Almost TGIF

Dave is giving me a hard time this morning. I have a doctor's appointment this afternoon. Rather than come back to work for an hour, I'm just going to head home. Hey, I can't help it that it's going to be 70 and gorgeous today! Just luck of the draw, I reckon. I know I'll enjoy getting out in the sunshine with the mutt. I see green sprouts in my yard, so I'm hoping the blooms are not far behind.

Went to the Planning Committee meeting last night. It's been interesting to see how this whole process works. I really hope that everything goes the way that they are hoping.

Oh, and while I'm dancing around the subject, it's official. I'm not going to be at the NBDS on Saturday's. Number of reasons, but I had told Daniel back on March 1st that Annette wasn't going to be there, and that I would prefer to not work there on Sat.'s. I'm still going to be up there on Friday's, so I'll still get my drag racing fix, but I've had some other opportunities present themselves that I'm going to be taking advantage of. I've been at the Drag Strip for the past few years - it's time for a change. Girl's gotta spice things up, right?

I'm getting excited about my upcoming trip. Just wish the flight had worked out a bit differently, but when you're saving $400+, you kind of have to get when you can get. It'll be wonderful to visit Utah again, and I've never been to Houston, so that promises to be exciting. Do you have any tips/hints I might want to be aware of? I've never flown through JFK, or Houston, or Richmond, or Philadelphia, (Told you it was a crazy flight!), so any tips or suggestions would be MUCH appreciated. I just hate leaving Britney for so long. The great thing about puppies though, whether you leave to take the trash out, or come back after a week of vacation, they're still ecstatic to see you walk through that door!

"I think it's really important to maintain a positive attitude. It might not solve all your problems, but keep it up long enough and it will piss off enough people to make it worthwhile." -Margot Black, TV Producer