I’ve updated the handicaps with today’s round. Congrats to Jim who was the big winner today. And, for those of you keeping score at home, that’s two weeks in a row that I’ve gone home with Keith’s money. And, while I’m not sure that this streak will last, I’m going to enjoy it while it lasts!!!
I spent a few (read as “many”) hours working on a redesign that I could be proud of for our website. Merrin was so happy with this one that I think it’s going to stick around a while. That is, unless everyone else hates it! So, please be so kind as to email me and tell me what you think. OK?
I spent the rest of the holiday weekend doing some of my other favorite activities. I played golf with the boys on Saturday morning. Needless to say, I lost several dollars on that activity. I haven’t got any sense of consistency to my game right now. Maybe I need to take a few weeks off and just play golf everyday! I wish!
Sunday was “Tim Taylor Day” as I went about doing my home improvements. I mowed and landscaped the house. I drilled a nice hole in the wall in preparation for running a network cable from the office to the guest bedroom where Merrin is going to put her new computer. That way she can access the DSL service and we can have high speed internet on both systems. (No, I did not drill a BIG hole. Just a small one along the baseboards. Bet ya $1 you wouldn’t even notice it.) I got our new American flag hung outside and it looks pretty nice. I like having it there.
That brings us to Monday. I am debating whether to play golf again with my partners or to go to Lone Star Park. I am certain to have a goodtime and lose money either way. Maybe I can squeeze in both. It is the “Lone Star Million” on Monday and a lot of the big name horses are going to be in town. Decisions, decisions.
Tuesday is Merrin’s birthday. Wednesday is my birthday. I like having our birthdays back to back. I think we are both too big of kids to have one get a present without the other getting one! And to think that WE might be parents someday!!
Take care everyone and have a safe week. I’ll talk to all of you soon.