A really really good weekend...
Even if it was way too short, it was still one of the best weekends ever!
It started Thursday afternoon. I finished up the class I was instructing and headed down to San Bruno, Ca. What I did was move out of my hotel up in Santa Rosa and move closer to the SF airport. It's an hour and a half drive and I didn't wanna try to get up that early in the morning and turn in the rental and all the other stuff that goes along with checking in at the airport. So, I moved down close to the airport, turned in the rental and tried to get a good nights sleep. Good luck iwth that one Andy!
I finally did get to sleep. I don't remember what time it was when it heppened, but I wasn't worried about it. I could always sleep on the airplane. I mean, I had reserved myself a good enough seat, so even if I didn't get the upgrade, which I rarely do anyway, I'd be alright. Good luck with that one too Andy!
I checked in Friday morning and I went from my really nice seat to a middle seat right in front of the exit row and if you know anything about airline travel you know that those seats don't recline! Why, you ask? I guess they believe that the 2 inches or so that the seats do recline would interfere with people attempting to use the emergency exit row...at least I had a relatively small person sitting on one side of me!
There's more to complain about with US Air, but why spoil the story of a great weekend? I made it home...hey, even my luggage made it this time! My youngest picked me up from the airport...'cause she loves me and we headed home.
Right after I got there my family showed up...not my girls...my mom and dad and brother and nephews...pretty cool! Pop's doing great! New heart tickin' along no problem. We were all together for a special day. The Mug is graduating from HS...man is her mother ever getting old!
The kind of day that brings tears to a proud fathers' eyes...
I remember us buying her a shirt when she was in Kindergarten...it said Class of 2007. I remember thinking...man, that's so far away! It really seems like it was only a short time ago. My girls are all growd up!
Now...how do we get them out of the house???