TIME magazine should just go ahead and name James Comey their Person of the Year. It doesn’t matter how things turn out.
The batteries for my power tools were dying so I ordered a replacement pair of lithium-ion batteries from Amazon. That is, two batteries come in one single package, I didn’t just order two individual batteries. One of the batteries was defective but the other was fine. I wasn’t sure how to go about returning a single battery and couldn’t find anything on Amazon’s website about it, so I gave them a call. The phone rang twice and a real human answered the phone (no phone tree, no pressing one for English) and the associate told me to keep both batteries and she would just refund me half of the total cost. Actually, she added an extra five bucks for my inconvenience.
Yesterday was BoyGeeding’s last tee-ball practice for the season. Practices are already fun, but the coach decided to use water balloons as balls and placed them on the tee for the kids to hit and then allowed them to have a water balloon fight at the end.
Former neighbor who recently retired from the NFL
Time flies. I did the math, he was our neighbor for over nine years.
The first day the house was on the market, I saw a plethora of potential future neighbors. One man was huge and on crutches. He looked like he plays in the NFL, but it wouldn’t make any sense since the Cowboys are no longer in Valley Ranch.
WifeGeeding was talking to one of her friends in the neighborhood and he was brought up. Her friend didn’t believe WifeGeeding when she said he was moving back to Wisconsin, stating he was from Illinois. He actually played college ball at an Illinois college but grew up in Wisconsin. She then said he couldn’t retire because he signed a contract and it’s similar to the military, that you just couldn’t quit when you want to. Then she went on to say that if he is indeed gone, it was because he got cut.