Yesterday was nice. We had a luxurious lunch at Kentucky Fried Chicken with my brother Sean. Things in Alaska are way way too expensive let me tell you, because we got like a 16 piece chicken meal for like $35. I'm not sure how much it would run you here, but I doubt that much. It is always crazy taking the whole family places, as the kids are loud and crazy as usual, and yesterday was no different.
The flight was uneventful and Susans directions were easy for Faye to follow. Reagan, (I am not spelling that right I can tell you that for sure) and Trevor were happy to see me, and we immediately sat down to a game of Leggo soccer when I got to the house. Not only was I surprised that I could actually play the game, but I was also surprised that I was somewhat good at it especially since I didn't even know it existed. I just hung out there at Kirk and Susans for a while, told Reagan the wonders of orkday and eirdway, which Kirk is very glad I did, and then we had some extremely tasty chicken that Susan mader. Kirk came home after his meeting day and was glad to be able to talk with me again. He's always a good one to bounce off ideas too about life, so I hope to keep in touch with him more again. Then we went to Reagan's baseball game, I continued to both watch the game and read Harry Potter which continues to take up way too much of my time.
I was sad when the time cme to say goodbye to the fam at Kirk's house late last night for the long flight home. I assured everyone that I'd be back. There were no tears then, but Kirk tells me that they would come soon enough. He got a concourse pass, and ran down with me to the gate till the plane got ready to leave.
Not much of merit happend after that except for I was able to sleep. There was no little babies crying, and since it was like midnight already people didn't have much energy to blab. I still don't get it that they fed us dinner at like 2 a.m. but hey, whatever, its food. I ended up getting like five hours of sleep, most of the flight, and once we landed, I had to endure like four hours of layover in St. Louis. My dad met me in Little Rock and I spent the rest of the day reading and trying not to fall asleep, something of a battle which I lost sadly enough.
So taht's why I'm still awae now. My mom, Allie and Dad are all asleep and the house is quiet. Allie's been very nice to be around, and I'm happy about that. Well, I suppose I should sift through the new email that just came through, then go to bed. I'll write more tomorrow.