Anything really geeky
It's a brand new year--more or less--so I had to get myself a brand new schedule book. Well, I didn't have to but if I wanted to get to work on time, it was a really good idea. The one I purchased was from Mead, not terribly huge and a weekly planner that had more than enough room for my daily work schedule. Room to spare, really.
Which is what inspired me to start my newest project.
There's enough room to write a sentence or two about my day. Nothing too in depth or
Easy Like Friday Morning
Even though I got to bed a bit earlier than the previous two days, I was still exhausted by the time morning came around. Strong sunlight assailed my eyes--go away, Groudon!--and all I could do was groan and roll over as DA got ready to head out. Thankfully, he brought frapps from Starbucks, so there would be caffeine waiting for me when I finally regained consciousness.
Now the main draws for this morning were the Club Store,
Updated 29th June 2013 at 10:06 AM by Silverwynde
Planes, Shuttles and Amphibious Vehicles
(I apologize for the lateness of this post; I simply haven't had the time to get it together!)
June, 25 2013
Load the car, pack up Alexa-1, make a quick stop and get some gas for Scamper. After some last minute running around, we're on the road and on our way. Frankly, we were leaving a bit later than I would have liked; I was hoping to be en route at 7:45 at the latest
Updated 29th June 2013 at 09:57 AM by Silverwynde
Last night I decided to clean out my wallet a little bit and make some room for things. I found my old DTF--Dairyland TransFans--membership card and just stared at it. After a few seconds, I pulled it from my wallet and placed it in an old book. I won't be needing it anymore.
You see, the guy who heads the group is the same one who decided that since Prime and I were at BotCon last year, we shouldn't be allowed to post anything to the DTF that dealt with the convention. He's the one
It's Dairycon 2009!
I'm actually at the Ramada as I type this; they have a 24 hour business center with net access. Been having a pretty good time-- today was the tour, where we got to tour a classic car collector's garage. Man oh man, did he ever have some really nice cars. Saw a GTO that my dad would have flipped for and at least two Corvettes that one of my friends in NC would have salivated over.
I've got some video of the place; I may try and post it somewhere