EST training and a good afternoon

This morning was a little earlier than normal again.  K rode with me and we headed to the Engagement Skills Trainer to get certified on how to operate it.  We were trained for about 45 minutes or so and then we (5 of us from the Band and 1 from another unit) were able to just take turns running the computer system and firing and pretty much just playing around.  But it was good training though.  After we were done, we headed back to the band hall and I spent the rest of the morning doing admin work.  I got a few things taken care of, so that’s always a good thing.  As K and I were leaving for home, we decided to go to the Korean restaurant for lunch.  I called Ryan and he met us there.  We had a very good lunch and of course, good conversation.

Then it was home after dropping K off at her place, and I changed out of uniform and Ryan and I went out on the bike.  It was a beautiful day.  We went to Target to get a gift bag and card for the baby shower tomorrow and then to Lowe’s to get some wood glue.  Once we got home, Ryan and I worked out in the garage.  We brought a bunch of stuff out to the shed in the back yard, filled a box and then some with stuff to go to a thrift store, moved some things around, and I even swept the floor.  It’s looking lots bigger in there, and soon we’ll be able to park both the van and the Harley in there!!  I went and got Robert from Child Time while Ryan finished up in the garage for the day.  K came over for dinner – Ryan grilled hamburgers and we had baked beans and corn on the cob with them.  It was very good.  We visited for a while – until we realized it was nearly 2000 and K headed home and I got Robert tucked into bed.  Then I stitched for a while.

Today’s high:  66
Current:  47

This picture was taken last month during one of our Brass Quintet TDYs to Phoenix.  This is the Brass Quintet with Arizona Governor, Jan Brewer. (Click the picture to make it bigger.)

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