Bon Voyagie

Kittens, I’m leaving for INDIA on Tuesday. INDIA. Normally I’d be freaking out at the prospect of flying for two days and landing in a far away country half-way around the world from my family, but I’m way too exhausted. There’s been a lot to get done. Friday I ran a few errands:

1. Moon’s school

2. Staples

3. Walgreens

4. Work (2 hour meeting!)

5. Macy’s

6. Sports Authority

7. Goodwill

8. Publix

9. Moon’s school

10. Bank

11. Staples

12. Back to Staples

13. Walmart

14. Bojangles (19 minutes wait on chicken)

15. KFC

Yeah, it was like that. Saturday was not quite as bad. I cleaned house a little, then took Moon to her 2nd tennis match of the season. Kittens, this may come as a surprise to you, but I may be too competitive to watch my daughter play sports. Because the girls still don’t know the basic rules of the game, I sat in as a “monitor”, along with a mom from the opposing team. We weren’t allowed to make line calls, just help them to know the score, which side to serve from, etc. So when her daughter called a ball OUT that was so clearly IN, I had to sit quietly and say nothing. Well, nothing except to whisper, “Yeah, that ball was totally in.” Cause it WAS. Luckily we won the match so I didn’t have to throw a racket or bite off anyone’s ear.

Saturday evening we watched AmmoGuy’s baby while he went out and partied down with his wife, drinking and getting wild, and doing all kinds of debauchery related to an “anniversary”.  At least that’s what I posted on Facebook. Hey, if I’m going to be known as “Tardy Tyre”, they might as well get some bad press too.

I told you, I’m competitive. Speaking of which –

Not that I do it for the glory. OK, I do it for the glory.

Sunday we went to church, then out to lunch, then I came home and collapsed.

India is going to be a breeze. All I’m going to need is a bed.

2 thoughts on “Bon Voyagie

  1. Be careful and have fun in India. Are you going to teach the kids in India how to play bridge? Is that your “Mission”? HaHa
    Love you!

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