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July 14, 2007

I finished work today before noon. It was nice, except that I started at 530 this morning. The bulk of our work was done yesterday, and amazingly enough, all on time, all without swapping planes. We were supposed to go to Baton Rouge last night but right when we came in from our previous trip they switched us to Knoxville. Was a nice change since it’s only a 26 minute flight and I was able to be in bed at 8pm. Our flight back to Atlanta this morning left at 615 so we were back in the lounge by 7am. Whenever I finish a flight I always turn on my phone and check for messages and to see if anyone loves me. I was a little disappointed this morning until I realized that most normal people were still sleeping.

Now I’m in Manchester, NH and not sure what I’m going to do with the day. I need to go check out the gym facilities here. I want to take a nap but am afraid if I do I won’t be able to sleep tonight. I love Hampton Inns. The Hilton we stayed in last night was also very nice. This one even has a microwave and frig. Good times. I’ll eat my leftover rice, chicken, and squash from Friday. Oh yeah, you know you’re up north when your hotel room ac is automatically set on 66. It’s in the upper 70s here and they’re all roasting.

Kathryn came over on Friday and helped me eliminate a whole lot of junk from my life. I had no idea it would feel so good to take a 3 drawer plastic storage container and throw the whole thing (full) into the dumpster. I think she should work on one of those tv shows that helps people restore order to their houses. She’s awesome :). Every few days now I go through my closet and get rid of more clothes as well. I’m becoming less emotionally attached to my stuff, which is good for me. I have an especially hard time with things people gave me, but I figure if they love me and want me to happy they won’t care if I don’t keep their gift my whole life. Clutter seems to affect me a lot emotionally so it’s good to be able to eliminate some. The fact that I still don’t know where I’m moving is also a good incentive for keeping less things. I thought I had it all worked out, but evidently the offer had been made (repeatedly) without actually thinking about it…. Good times. So back to the drawing board. I don’t know how much disappointment I can handle in one month.

I think I’m going to get off the bed. Maybe that will help me stay awake – especially since these beds are so comfortable.

Oh yeah, the highlight of my day yesterday was transporting the Argentinian National Rugby Team from Pensacola to Atlanta :). I felt really bad for them because they didn’t fit very well on our plane but they sure were fun to look at. Seriously, what part of spending time with 18 muscular Argentinian IN SUITS wouldn’t make a girl happy?

PS. This is my 200th post.

Currently reading: The Case for Christ: A Journalist’s Personal Investigation of the Evidence for Jesus By Lee Strobel

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