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Year 3~Day 165 +136/365 AND Day 896: It's Been a Good Day

Year 3~Day 165 +136/365 AND Day 896: It's Been a Good Day
I’ve had a great day. First, I got 12 hours of sleep last night after a VERY LONG week at school. Jim went to a Men’s Breakfast at 8 AM at the church; so, I had to get my own breakfast. Then I went to the Hair Clinic to see Mary Clark. She barely trimmed my hair, gave me a permanent, colored my hair, rolled it, dried and combed it. Yay, it’s my perm and color before Jim and I fly to Vegas on June 5th.

I received a Chat message on gmail from Carl that stated he had arrived in Texas and had stopped at the Welcome Center and picked up a bunch of brochures and maps. He’s preparing for some of his friends to come and visit him, especially after he gets settled into his new home which will provide a place for us to stay while vacationing in the area–Lake Jackson, Houston, Galveston Island, etc.

After I arrived home from the Hair Clinic, Jim and I ate lunch and watched an old movie, "A Man to Remember." The only copy that’s available has Dutch sub-titles, and the words on papers/notes on the screen were in Dutch, but we still understood the message of the film. It was a film about a doctor who worked to help people and didn’t care about money or prestige.

Since I’ve been so busy at school this past week, I decided to play and enjoy myself. I surfed the Internet and read a bunch of stuff concerning American Idol. I have been a little upset about Danny Gokey being voted off of American Idol last week, mostly because none of my votes for him were counted. I attempted to vote for him for 2 hours, and NONE of my phone calls made it through. I continued to get error messages that stated that all the circuits were busy and that I should try my call later. I know that God has special plans for Danny, and I wanted him to know that we, his fans, did vote for him, but our votes were never counted. YAY! I was able to get a message to Danny through MySpace. Previously his MySpace page had been a skeleton page. Today it was back to full status. I sent him a message about the voting situation, requested to be a friend, and he added me as a friend. I’m happy now that I’ve let him know that he was not voted off because we didn’t like him. He was voted off because our votes were not counted. I feel that he will be freer to do the music that he wants to do by being American Idol 3rd place winner.

Then I found several interviews with Danny Gokey after he’d been voted off, and it was quite interesting to watch them. I also found him on Twitter. Then I found Anoop on Twitter, and he had taken some photos of several of the contestants during lunchbreak today on Twitpic. That was cool. So I’ve made friends with Danny on MySpace and Twitter, friends with Anoop on MySpace and Twitter, and friends with Michael Sarver on MySpace.

In addition, I learned something else great on MySpace. Three years ago, Carl and I had gone to Napoleon’s in Paris Casino in Vegas and saw Bonnie Mizell. She is a pianist from Alabama. She was one of the dueling pianists. She is great. She had made me a friend on MySpace. Last year she was not playing in Vegas while we were there, and we did not get to see her. Today I found that she had posted her schedule on MySpace. She will be back at Napoleon’s several nights. Yay! If I can TALK Jim into going with me (since I don’t have anybody else to accompany me), I will be able to attend her show at Napoleon’s in the Paris Casino. I’m very happy. So, yes, I’ve had a great day.

Tomorrow at church, we will honor the high school graduates and have a reception and fundraiser dinner for Vacation Bible School. I’ve been asked to be the photographer and videographer for VBS.

On Monday, I’ll have about 33 students in my classroom. What should I teach? Lord, give me strength and grace. At least I’ll be at school only for a half day on Monday. Guess what? I’ve been summoned to Jury Duty on Monday at 1:30 PM. They usually don’t pick me for the jury, but if they do, I won’t be at school for more days than that. 😛

Rainbow over Mount Union Cemetery this Afternoon – You Haven't Lived until You have been Locked *IN* a Cemetery

Rainbow over Mount Union Cemetery this Afternoon - You Haven't Lived until You have been Locked *IN* a Cemetery
(9362rainbowatmountunioncemeterytueqlaa) I have to go back and get the names on the large stone in the center of picture. It was COOPER on the side facing the viewer, and the other side had a different name like NEWTON.

STORY PART IS HERE ————> I was taking pictures, and pulled my truck around to many different locations to stop and get some good shots. Time got away from me and I went to leave and found the gate locked. I went to a different exit, gate also locked. I got some WD-40 out of my truck and tried to loosen a bolt on the chain, thinking perhaps I could undo it. No luck. I could walk out, just not drive out. I walked across the street to a home where I could see people, and asked if they were in charge of the cemetery? No, they weren’t. They suggested next door. I went there, and it appeared to be fenced and locked. I put both hands on their gate and shouted out, "Hello!". A nice lady came out and said after all, she didn’t see anybody (I was way down the hill) and it was after 5 PM. She was right, but we had a nice chat, and now I know someone new to help with questions about burials and headstones. I told her I had my camera set on flash, and it wasn’t going off; so I figured it wasn’t needed and there was still daylight left. I wasn’t mad and she wasn’t either. Very personable lady! I have to admit it was a bit of a weird feeling not being able to get out. I guess cemeteries are full of people who will never get out.


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