Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Still on the Road

We're in Tulsa, Oklahoma this morning headed back to Phoenix. I'm still having fun and taking photos, but Blogger won't let me share them. I've tried to update my storage capacity, but there's a glitch and I don't have time to figure it out. So blogging and photos will have to wait!

We stopped at a Sonic Drive-in yesterday in Kansas and a $20 dollar bill that I handed Craig was sucked out the window never to be seen again. It's kind of the same thing happening with Blogger. I check the $20 box and feed them my credit card, then the transaction goes into cyberspace and doesn't seem to record. It's supposed to take up to 24 hours to update, but it's been 48 and nothing's happened.

We had dinner last night with a good friend and her family, and today's plans include stopping at my favorite antique mall in Weatherford, Oklahoma and spending the night in Santa Rosa, New Mexico. Then home again home again with my aching back by Wednesday night where the lovely Saby will be waiting for us. I can't wait to hop in the pool and see if my aches and pains will float away. I'm not sure if the back is just suffering from constant sitting in the car, or if it has anything to do with our little collision in Santa Fe a week ago. I'm hoping getting out of the car will cure it!

On the road again!

P.S. Schmucks! Evidently, it's not even allowing me to hyperlink to a You Tube video, so just hum Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow singing On the Road Again!


Ann said...

Sorry everything's not working the way you want it to! Have had my troubles the last week or so too....maybe when you get home things will resolve themselves...As Jane would say there must be Aluxes working there!

drgeo said...

It would be a shame if insurance had to pay you a zillion dollars to relax your back! Seen this?

Anonymous said...

I LOVE that song!!!

Snorkel Goddess

Life's a Beach! said...

The Blogger problem's solved and now I have a new set on my plate. But I'm home and miraculously, the back feels just fine! Craig and I suspect that part of it is arthritis and the dry Arizona climate really helps!

Life's a Beach! said...

I think we've been living Friday the 13th everyday this past week! Lost $20 bills, lost library books, complaints from the HOA, the Bug is dead again -- all the good stuff. Hi yi yiiiiii!