Final Goodbyes . . .

Jan and I did much of nothing today, with, as usual, Jan reading and napping while I worked on website stuff.

But that finally ground to a halt when I got to a point that I need input/photos/content from the client before I can proceed, something that’s pretty standard with website work. I sometimes refer to getting input from a client to pulling teeth.

At least it’s not my teeth.

Earlier today Jan took Landon and Gwen over to the nearby Main Event Entertainment Center to spend the afternoon, ending up at Baskin-Robbins. Sounds good to me.

Landon and Gwen at Baskin-Robbins

At 3:30 we headed into the Katy area for a stop at Sam’s Club for a couple of prescriptions and some other stuff. Then it was on to the nearby Cheddar’s to meet up with Jan’s sister Debbie, her granddaughter Gwen, and husband Jim. And of course, Lowell, Brandi, and Landon.

Family at Cheddar's

Jan calls this Brandi’s ‘pissy’ face.

Everyone else in Debbie’s family has already headed back to Illinois.

We spent about two hours at dinner before finally saying goodbye and getting in our hugs. We’ve already set another reunion, this time up in Illinois, for two years from now. Looking forward to it already.

Tomorrow I going to check out the local hardware store to pick up some plastic sheets. I’m going to extend to the rear the top and the sides of our rig’s front AC cover

Hopefully this will eliminate the dead air space and improve the air flow around the condenser coil. I hope this will fix the problem of our AC working just fine when we’re sitting still, but not when we’re traveling.

If I can’t find plastic that I like I may just leave the cover off for the trip back to Lake Conroe this coming Sunday, assuming the weather looks good.


Thought for the Day:

One man alone can be pretty dumb sometimes, but for real bona fide stupidity, there ain’t nothin’ can beat teamwork. – Edward Abbey



4 Responses to Final Goodbyes . . .

  1. Jerry Walter says:

    Cheddar’s is one of my favorite places to eat. Thanks for sharing your photos of the family reunion. Sorry to see Brandi’s unhappy face. Hope it wasn’t the food. Waiting on the complete pic of your family…lol. Don’t you love photo shop.

  2. Joe Vagott says:

    Brandi’s look say’s “ok Dad enough with the camera can’t we just eat”?

  3. Janice Evans says:

    Dad. . .that girl was ready to eat, and you are holding up the process!  LOL. . .

    Family functions are a lot of fun, while at the same time. . .exhausting.  Glad yall had a good one. . .


  4. Brandi should realize that people will remember that look more then if she was smiling and enjoying herself like the rest of the family.

    If you can’t find Plastic Sheeting to make your shield try Galvanized Sheet Metal. It won’t cause rust streaks  on the roof, is fairly plyable for bending, only requires lite-weight Tin Snips to cut it and can be held together with Metal Screws or Pop-Rivets.

    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It’s about time.

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