Month: November 2021

Sharks are waterproof

Lacey and I flew down for a long weekend to hang out and see your new place in Savannah. We left the airport in Savannah and immediately went to the World of Beer, which pretty much set the stage for the next few days. Delirium Tremens is so much better on tap. We enjoyed your new theatre setup while drinking a vat of sangria, made sure all the old Rock Band instruments were still functioning properly, and played some fun board games where we learned that sharks were waterproof. We walked around downtown and discovered some new breweries, and while we didn’t see any alligators, we did see Foreigner which was a pretty good show. On the way home from the show, we managed to get the only Uber driver who spoke Poshto. After speaking with him in Pashto for a good 5 minutes, there was a 90 second lull, after which you asked the driver if he spoke Poshto. Let’s blame the double whiskey we had at the concert. All in all, it was such a fun trip, and I wish it could have been a little longer. Already looking forward to our next get-together.


I can’t believe it’s already November! Summer went by far too fast, as it usually does, though this year seemed to go by faster than ever. I’m not terribly disappointed, though. Other than some anticipated holiday drama, I’m actually looking forward to the holidays this year. Our youngest is scheduled for her first vaccine shot today, the other two have been fully vaccinated for quite some time, and Lay and I both have our boosters already. I’m hoping with the youngest finally able to get vaccinated that it will relieve some of the stress of people wanting to get together again.

I also expect to finally begin the continuation of the adventures of Tom and Jerry, as Lay and I are flying down to GA tomorrow for a long weekend and much shenanigans with Tom and his family. It will be the first time flying since the pandemic began, and I’m not really looking forward to it, but I’m definitely looking forward to getting away for a few days. The weather is not expected to be terribly warm, but beer helps with that 🙂