Spring Break

So the girls are officially on spring break for the next nine days, including the wife. Unfortunately I will only have one of those days off 🙁

I think they are planning on going to the Atlanta Zoo tomorrow and then Sunday they are driving back down to Hilton Head to spend a few days with our friend Niqui before she moves. I wish that I could go down but I am unfortunately going to be stuck at work all week. As a matter of fact I am going to have to work doubles on Sunday and Thursday. I’m not particularly looking forward to that. I hate working doubles but unfortunately sometimes this business calls for it. My profits haven’t been all they could be and I need to make sure I have plenty of money when it comes time to go to Disney, and that’s the money I am making now.

…I was looking at the local wally world when I was picking up some supplies for work on Wednesday and I came across a pair of skate shoes. Pete was dying for a pair of these toward the end of the school year last year and I almost got them but I don’t know if she wants them anymore. I think I will wait. Don’t really want to spend any money right now as it is.

I think I will surf the web for a while and then shower. I want to hit the sack at a decent time tonight. We are doing a benefit

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  • Crime in Aruba, especially drug-related offenses, should come as no surprise. If any place where Americans lived or visited was drug-free, THAT would be a surprise.

  • The crime in Aruba needs to be publisized. We were there Thanksgiving weekend, there is not enough police presence or security. Our battery was stolen from our rental car & while we were at the police station, we met Americans who had their room robbed. I WILL NEVER TAKE MY CHILDREN TO ARUBA AGAIN> I also was told that a tourist was robbed last year in the same area our battery was stolen. WE WERE STRANDED IN A TOURIST AREA WITH OUR SMALL CHILDREN & HAD TO HAVE THE RENTAL CAR TOWED> ARUBA GOVERNMENT DO SOMETHING ABOUT THE CRIME… WE PAY ENOUGH IN HOTEL TAXES & UTILITY CHARGES IN ARUBA WHEN WE VISIT. WE SPEND OUR AMERICAN MONEY. .

  • You just can’t mess with drug dealers here, they make a fortune out of people’s lives, they leave disasters behind even though polices gets them into custody. I am not suggesting the capital punishment but they sure deserve life imprisonment. So much waist for 3 minutes of drug effect… it’s really not worth it. These kids should consider a drug treatment it’s their only chance to recover.