We’re home once again and might I say that my “trash bag back window” held up splendidly. For a reminder, our back window on the Explorer shattered while Anita and I were down in Florida last week. We ran into some unpleasant weather around Columbus, Georgia, but the makeshift window kept the rain out and didn’t fly off during the drive.
When I got home Savannah Grace ran out and greeted me. If it’s possible, my daughters have gotten even more beautiful. I know they’re pretty and I know I have a father’s bias, but my daughters are gorgeous. I am going to be such a tough dad to impress. Let me apologize in advance to my sons-in-law for what I am going to put them through.
This morning we are headed to the Ford dealership to put the Explorer in the shop. So far everything should be covered under a recall and Chris and Edgar have graciously agreed to let us use their pickup while our vehicle is out of commission. Thanks again to Chris and Mom for taking care of the girls.
Anita and I had an incredible time on our vacation. I think this was the first time we’ve gotten away, just the two of us, since our honeymoon eight years ago. Sad, but true. I am eager to get back to work and return the week’s worth of emails piling up in my inbox. Not to mention the whiffle ball championship games on Monday afternoon. Let’s go Orange Crush.