Long day but productive! The late night class with the 45 minute drive home afterward is tiring but I have a good group.
The big Iron Man thing is in Coeur d'Alene this weekend and the bike part comes near our place. I just saw the weather forecast and it is for thunder, lightning, and downpour that day. Could be interesting. An odd sport. Why would one choose to do such a thing? Our bodies are made for comfort, not torture. If waterboarding is so bad then why is this good?
First night of class down. Went well - 10 of the 13 students have been in other courses with me so they know what to expect. It will be a grind but only 6 weeks and a day left!
Lisa flies in from KC tonight so when I pick her up we can go out to Ionic Burrito for dinner. Dandy but always tough choices. Probably will go with the steak deep dish quesadilla on tomato basil tortillas. Mighty
Gotta love taking old cartoons and kids books and changing them around. Curious George and the High-Tension Power Line is a particular favorite.
James and the Giant Roll of Barbed Wire is another classic.
Saw the game. Another loss but still in first place. The panic squad was out in force. I would love to know how many games in front the team needs to be before they quit wanting to DFA half the team and fire Leyland. Ridiculous stuff going on. The season is a marathon and you cannot micromanage and microanalyze every inning. 162 games, not 16! What is happening is much akin to those who buy a stock and follow it every 5 minutes all day every day. Those folks make themselves crazy.
The haircut is OK. Amazing tattoos on the gal who cut my hair. She was quite buxom and had a v-neck plunger on. A tattoo of a naked woman on her left breast seemed a bit redundant. CostCo is out of the new Kingsford Competition Charcoal which is disappointing. Desk dude said they tried it out and likely will get more next year. They are about $4 per bag less than the BORG (or were).
Doing a whole chicken tonight on the grill. Halved it and will cook it flat. Should be tasty