Today the petty officer running the pharmacy asked us for some meds that neither of us had. We told him that we might be able to obtain the needed drugs from another source. My other source,
we no longer have to get up at 4 a.m. We can sleep in until 6 a.m. The only problem is that we're all awake most of the night due to the high heat, humidity and being eaten alive by the steroid-enhanced flying insects around here.
In the spring, the carpet flowered amid the green, and as wind blew, it looked like music on the ground.
I took my crews to the movies this afternoon to escape the blistering heat for a couple of hours. Everyone is looking forward to going home and getting quality rest.
While all this was going on, the one-and-only Jimmy Swaggart was preaching from the pulpit, while the choir was singing and everyone was yelling 'praise Jesus.' You just can't make this stuff up,
Only a Canadian television news crew he spoke with has even mentioned the Sept. 11 anniversary, but we are thinking about it throughout the day, ... I'm proud of how hard they are working.