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... of her crate when I'm sitting in bed working. Now, the moment I get up, she's right on my heels. I can't change directions too quickly or that'll be a wrap; I'll step on her. LOL. But I'm glad I was able to help Zonya out with this. It actually helped me out because I get that sense of having someone here when I know that I'm out here pretty much by myself. This is why I love lap dogs. They're such great friends. :-)
The next day I had to drive ...
... For those who are unaware, my father did pass away shortly after my return to Texas in September 2013. As a result of such a sudden move back to Dallas, I had virtually no time off to really transition and adjust back to stateside living. I returned on July 13, 2013 around 11 pm and went straight to my father's house. That Monday morning afterwards, I had driven to Dallas to sign all of the paperwork to return to working for the State of Texas as I had done prior to moving ...
... and took a drive past the capital building to, they all look very similar to each other capital building but Texas one was huge! Then it was back to the apartment to chill on the balcony in the sunshine for a bit. I then got cooked chicken and mac&cheese for dinner! My first taste of Mac and cheese in America which was very nearly like water but D saved it and made a great dinner. More sightseeing planned for ...
I am a little bent out of shape that I have already written this entry
and lost it on the family MAC. It is amazing in today's world that I
can actually still lose documents. I am special and so is Austin. Part
of our hearts and souls will always be in Austin. It is where Kara and
I got to know each other, where we started our marriage and where we
had our first kid. All of those things can happen everywhere but it is
nice when ...
... years, too many doctors were stiff and impersonal. Not so with my doc. And I have a personality which compels me to test the boundaries of others' senses of humor. I won't argue if you want to label this trait as a character flaw.
My visit began the usual way -- I sat in the exam room waiting for the doc. He hurries in apologizing for the delay, sits right down and begins reviewing my medical record. Asks how things are going. Asks about my home ...