Aaaaaanyway, just the rundown on the recent hap-hap-happenings around the home-front. My father had a pacemaker/defibrillator put in...and because his heart is enlarged, twisted to the side, and has shepard's crook veins, it was a wee bit more difficult than it should have been. In the doctor's words (on the second, yes, second, attempt at the operation) "you're the most difficult case I've ever faced!" Sadly, we're pretty used to that phrase in my fam. However, Dad is now doing very well and itching to get back to the golf course. He's also lost over 100lbs so far this year! WOW! Dad, you're awesome and I love you.
My grandmother and brother-in-law were also in the hospital. Nana's good. Bro nearly died thanks to some crazy horrible shenanigans with the anesthesia, but he's fine now too...also, a "difficult case." We really make the docs earn their money!
The beginning of Meg's bachelorette scavenger hunt. The bride (notice the sash) was on the other team and let it be known she didn't intend to lose! (Thanks for the pic Roxy!)
PCB bachelorette party after the scavenger hunt chillin' out at Dippin' Dots. (s'mores flavor is awesomesauce!)(Thanks for the pic Roxy!)
Wow, it sounds like my family is single handedly keeping Blue Cross and Blue Shield in business. So, enough of that nonsense! On other fronts, I just got back from my second trip to Panama City. (The first involved the knee.) The latter one, another bachelorette party was injury free and a lot of fun. (The first one was fun too, really!) I was involved in a bachelorette scavenger hunt...I found plenty of bachelors, but none I really wanted to keep.On the Miss Geico boat last year doing about 100mph.
A whole lot of us from last year. (Thanks for the pic Cheryl!)