So, ladies and gentleman, the last few weeks have been quite eventful, so sit back, put on your seatbelts, and enjoy the ride!
When we left you last, Ligeia and I were heading to Lake Worth to visit my mom and uncle Jack. Along the way, we are lucky to drive through this town:
Now, any place that’s called “Yeehaw” should be a fun, exciting, but sadly, it’s only where the Florida Turnpike and Route 60 meet. Yeehaw Junction – this sign is the only “yeehaw” part of it!
On the way back to Tampa from Lake Worth, we stopped in Port. St. Lucie to watch a spring training game between the NY Mets and the Baltimore Orioles. The stretching exercises you see below was the most interesting part of the game. The Orioles lost a horrible game… 8-0, I think.
The weekend afterwards, Ligeia, Erick and I went to the Renaissance Festival. Unfortunately, we forgot the camera in the car, so we don’t have any pictures of our adventures 🙁 We saw alot of people walking around in medieval style clothing (some were a little too bulgy around the middle to be wearing leather-strapped pants, but perhaps that was natural then). Maybe it was a good thing we forgot the camera…
What else is new??? Hmmm… well, last week I reached my limit at my job. Perhaps I didn’t act as appropriate as I should have, but I didn’t feel like getting yelled at anymore. Later that day, my boss called to cut my hours from 8/day to 3/day. I was getting more and more upset with each passing minute, so I called her back and told her that I had had a bad day and needed a day to calm down, relax and think about some things. She assumed this meant I was going to quit so she yelled at me for being inconsiderate. Oy! To make this long story a little bit shorter, I’ll just say I wrote my resignation later and last tuesday was my last day of work in Tampa.
And now, on to more pleasant news. This past weekend, I played in a softball tournament on Saturday while Ligeia worked at the aquarium and taught English. On Sunday, we all took a trip to a conservation area and hiked on the trail there. We saw a couple of armadillos, but sadly, they both ran away when I got within picture-taking distance 🙁 It was beautiful, serene and a great outing! Check out how sexy Erick and I are…
Well, that’s all that’s new with us. This weekend, Ligeia and I are off to St. Augustine. It’s a city that has alot of history and supposedly extremely beautiful. We’ll try and remember to take the camera!
Happy Easter everyone!
Mindy (and Ligeia) 🙂