Special Olympics & a new computer

We played at the Opening Ceremonies for the local Special Olympics this morning. This is always one of my favorite jobs each year. Maybe someday I’ll be able to volunteer at the games. . .
The rest of the week has been pretty laid back and has gone by fast. There hasn’t been much of anything going on because the Commander and First Sergeant are at the School of Music for the annual band leaders training workshop. I got some practicing in yesterday – actually stumbled my way through my scales. And today I did an Army Correspondence Course which is good for promotion points. Oh, and the new computer. . . My computer in my Reenlistment Office was SLOW and dying. The monitor was a nice shade of purple most of the time. Well, the unit got some new computers, and I got one of the ones that a new one replaced. So it’s only new to me, but it’s a TON faster!! I would have never been able to do a corr. course on my old computer. It’s really nice not having to wait 5 minutes for a webpage to load!
I can’t think of anything else tonight, so I think I’m going to call it a night and head off to bed.