Andy and I went with Callie to her prom this Saturday. It was pretty fun. We danced a little, but there really weren't enough dancing songs. One of the things I discovered since I went to college was the joy of dancing. I went to a couple parties the last few weeks of the term, and had a good time. Ben and Andy and Gallagher were the ones who got me started. The DJ here just wasn't playing any songs that were fast enough, though, so we had to make do a couple times.
We went down to the railroad track and put some pennies on it. It's relatively easy to get to. There is a gulley/ravine sort of thing behind their backyard, and past that is the railroad. I got my shoes dirty going out there and haven't washed them yet. They are starting to wear out and I don't know what to do about it. I was lucky to find this pair, I think, and I don't expect that I'll be able to find another.
Barb has been putting us to work lately. We rearranged the living room a little the other day, and we've been doing some yardwork, too. It has been really nice out, and has been getting up as high as sixty. I've had a little of my own sewing to do, too. My brown shirt ripped at the seam on the shoulder and I had to stich it back up. I managed to get it so you couldn't see the stiching, so I was very proud of myself.
We have some real jobs lined up at the airport. It's pushing people around in wheelchairs for $9 an hour plus tips. We have to pass a drug test, and Barb seems to think that that is a rare thing to be able to do around here.
Ben just got back here. When we picked him up at the airport, it seemed like the thought of us being here already hadn't quite set in yet. We looked through some of his old pictures and he showed his family some of his mew stuff that Andy and I had already seem. It was some fun stuff.