Have a Nice Day

haveaniceday.jpgYesterday was a great day.

It all started yesterday morning with Columbus being covered in snow. I smiled as I shoveled the driveway knowing that in a few short hours I would board a plane for Phoenix, Arizona. My biggest concern was what I would do with my winter coat when I got there.

I got an early morning laugh when my son asked me if I was going to watch the Carolina game that night on my plane. I explained that they didn’t have TV’s on airplanes, but I would probably be able to watch a movie. Little did I know that Delta Airlines now has TV ON AIRPLANES! I could barely contain my excitement as I watched the game from the comfort of my airplane seat last night. I even found a pocket of phone signal at 30,000 feet long enough to text my little man and tell him I too was watching the game.

Upon arriving in the 70 degree evening in Phoenix I was finally able to complete a friendship loop that started with Stef and a former neighbor that moved to Phoenix. About 6 months ago I made a promise to connect with Troy Plant, a friend of Stef’s and supporter of my blog if I ever made it to Arizona. Last night we shared a dinner and got to know one another in real time. Troy is a great guy and if he ever starts a blog I will be one of the first to feature it. Just another highlight to a special day.

My son called me this morning at 5am (7am EST) to deliver the news that put a bow on the entire evening. “Hey Dad….guess what? Dook lost”. I caught the highlights on ESPN before going to bed, but it sounded even better when delivered from a 7 year old.

As the great philosopher “Ice Cube” once said…”Today was a good day“.


3 Replies to “Have a Nice Day”

  1. Stef

    Very happy that you and Troy were able to meet up in PHX. Hope you enjoyed the time together.

    Your little guy cracks me up!! Enjoy the weather as we are getting more snow tonight!!

  2. emilypage

    I don’t think anyone on the plane could have handled it if Ed was on there. He would be dribbling, shooting, and blocking in his seat. If someone was in the restroom during a good run for UNC, he would have made them stay in the restroom for the rest of the game so as not to effect the mojo. I have seriously been banned from the living room during games if I had the misfortune to walk in the room right as UNC missed a shot. What we do for our team!

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