Tuesday, September 23, 2008

An update about most everything and nothing at all...

Today I spent 2 hours, yes you read that right, 2 hours in traffic. A frozen chicken truck caught fire (I wonder how that happened) right in the middle of spaghetti junction (main artery feed of ATL) on I-285 so traffic was horrific everywhere. I was not happy and I was 45 minutes late to work. By the time I knew that the road I was taking was going to be so bad it was too late to do anything about it so I just sat.

My nephew, little G, is still as cute as ever. More pictures forthcoming..soon on the blog. He is just so cute I can't stand it.

I leave on Thursday afternoon to fly to Savannah and visit my cousin for a long weekend. I get there about 7:30pm on Thursday night and I leave at 12:30pm on Monday afternoon so I can hopefully get home before the rush hour. I am planning to take the MARTA down to the airport and then ride it back when I get home. I had contemplated parking down by the airport but I'll save gas this way. And its a good thing to save gas.

There is a shortage of gas in Atlanta because we have to have cleaner burning gas and that is hard to come by apparently. So weird to drive by gas stations and they have no gas.

I'm still a chicken about going to single activities. Just call me Colonel Sanders.

I'm eating lunch right now.

I have been downloading a video for work since 10am and its only 21% downloaded. The status box says I have 11hr and 50 minutes to go. Fun times.

I think I'm addicted to reading blogs. I'm even a blog stalker..that is sad and scary. :-)

Well, that is pretty much it from me right now. Loves to you all and I'll blog at you later.


Paola said...

Two Hours? I was halfway to SLC from Boise in two hours.

thepainterfamily said...

all I could think was that I was glad it was a FROZEN chicken truck...and they weren't alive or anything! :) hehe! congrats on being an auntie! :)

Matthew Ware said...

And we wonder why our gas situation is so bad in our country.

So, if a frozen chicken truck catches on fire, is that considered a barbecue? I guess gas and poultry prices are going up.