One dwindling hour left in my Friday, and the weekend is [finally] here. I don't really have anything exciting planned for this weekend. As a matter of fact, the only "real" plans that I have is Andrew and I going over to Shane's house on Saturday night to play video games and hang out. It is there where I will pick up my second copy of Harry Potter and the OOTP for the 360 that was shipped there by mistake (I love how I contacted the Seller as soon as I paid for the game and told him...only to be replied to seven hours later with, "sorry, I can't change the address.") Copy #1 only played 49% before popping up an "unreadable" error on the screen. Let's hope Copy # 2 is better.
So things have been good. For those of you that don't know me personally (or don't see me day to day), our manager is stepping down into retirement here, and we have a new manager. He's been the manager at our parent company branch up in NE Atlanta, and now he's coming down here. Work seems to be going okay. We've been bombarded with some international shipments, but nothing the four of us can't handle (which includes the new manager).
Andrew and I are still doing very well. We've been together a solid 10 months and still going strong. This September will be one year.
We've never fought.
We've never argued.
We've never upset each other.
We are just very happy.
Mom and Dad are doing okay as well. Mom has had some more health issues pop up and is borderline Diabetic (her dad was Diabetic to the extent of sugar testing and insulin injections so she's worried).
We're headed down to Albany for mom's birthday mid-August. Andrew and I are taking the Tahoe, and I'm dreading that ride. The Tahoe is made for off-road driving...not highway, and it doesn't have any A/C either so....driving in a large built-for-off-road vehicle to South Georgia - whee! (If you're wondering why we're taking the Tahoe, it's because mom sends us back with furniture and stuff, and it doesn't fit in my Honda).
Andrew and I will start biking again soon. I have to introduce him to the SCT. Bobbie has been itching to ride "Jurassic Park" or "Labyrinth" again on the SCT as well. I think I liked "Labyrinth" more (stretch between Hiram and Rockmart) than "Jurassic" (stretch between Mableton and just before Powder Springs). Of course, I mention "Jurassic" and "Labyrinth" to Andrew, and he has no idea what I'm talking about...................he will.
That's about all I have, folks. I'm wrapping up here to wrap up at the office so I can head home :) Have a good weekend.