"I used to be modest, but at this point, half of AMC (a local hospital) has had their hand up my ass" - my tennis coach, last night.
He said he'd be gone for the next two weeks of tennis lessons and when I asked him why, he went into significant detail about his upcoming surgery. I'd guess Tom's in his early 80s and had his 'fuck giver' removed years ago.
I don't have much to say, but felt like a check-in would be necessary. Spent the weekend with the immediate family (minus my niece, who chose to go to a school dance and minus Kimberly, who is battling a nasty cold/dizziness spell) at Blue Harbor Resort in Sheboygan. It's an indoor waterpark and was my parent's Christmas gift to us. We stayed in a nice four bedroom suite and had fun splashing around on the lazy river and waterslides. I hate how those places always have 1/10th the tables/chairs they should but we made due.
Yesterday, I watched the Packers get thoroughly destroyed and didn't feel much disappointment. They never should've gotten this far (and wouldn't have beaten the Steelers or Patriots in the Super Bowl anyway), so I choose to be satisfied with how far they did get on a defense of duct tape and staples. If it leads to the ousting of Dom Capers, it'll have been worth it.
Today, I'm meeting Marie at City Hall to get
remarried a passport for Nate. I should get one too, I guess. Not for fleeing the country purposes just yet, but to open up my travel experiences. No plans for Nate to go anywhere specific either, but good to get it done.
Making plans to visit best friend Terry and his family in Springfield, Missouri over Nate's spring break, so need to get plane tickets purchased and figure out a schedule. They've graciously offered to let us stay with them and I know how homesick they are - Danielle got a professor job there and it's not their top choice to stay long-term, so they're making the best of it while she gets some more experience under her belt.
I get to play tennis tonight with Eric and have our fourth and final dance lesson with Kimberly on Wednesday, so will be a busy week. That said, I'd best get to it.