Everything happened so fast I didn't get to tell you all about it!
A lot of walking later and I found out that International departure has a coffee shop and terminal 6 arrival also has one. So I walked 2/3 of the outside of the airport and back since Bill's luggage was going to be at the same place mine had come in.
You might have thought that with a 4 hour trip I would have had time to get more crochet done, but the area was just so pretty that I couldn't stop looking at it.
Then some of us went to go taste some beer while the others went to go spend the day doing whatever fancied them. It got to be pretty late by the time we headed back to where we started from and Bill's brother was flying in, so we didn't have a lot of extra time in the day. His flight ended up being delayed by 2 hours, so I went to bed while Bill stayed up.
not too long ago. It was very nice, though it was in a part of the military cemetery that they had not finished yet, so he still only had the temporary marker and no grass had been laid down yet.
There were a lot of wonderful stories and a lot of tears before we all piled back in cars and headed to get some food after and to look at some pictures and other things he had left behind that were pretty awesome.
Later that night the boys went off to the bachelor party. No, not for someone else, the same guy who's wedding we went to on Thursday. They went to a nice dinner, did an escape room, and then played some board games.
They had so much fun that Bill didn't get brought to the hotel that night. I had driven myself and his brother back to the hotel, so I didn't mind. They were having too much fun doing guy things. His brother also had an early flight out in the morning.
The next morning around 1:40am (also when I was told that Bill was going to stay the night) I felt really sick. I slept and sweated and worried that I would be no fun on Sunday. I got up enough to help Bill's brother to the hotel shuttle that was complimentary. I was back in bed some more.
Bill didn't get dropped off until about 11am or so. I thought one of his cheeks looked puffy, but I thought maybe it was an odd angle or that maybe he had slept on it funny. Later he told me that he thought he might have fractured a tooth.
After he slept for a few hours I convinced him that even though we were leaving the next day, we should probably have someone look at it so we might be able to help it not get worse. He also couldn't open his mouth fully. The doctor at the Urgent Care we found said that it looked like about a third of his tooth was missing.
I got to take my first Uber to the wedding reception that happened later that day. The doctor told Bill that he shouldn't drive after he got some strong pain meds, and I didn't want to have to worry if I had a bit too much to drink. Turns out that was an awesome idea. There was also a music festival going on right next to the museum we were headed to.
Fruitadens and they were my favorite. I want one as a pet that I can carry around like some people carry around small dogs.
This get together was the big one. There were supposed to be over 200 people there. The food was good, the drinks were fancy, and there was some great dancing.
This morning the whole airport thing was super crazy. Our terminal was having construction, so after we were checked in and gave them our checked luggage we got to wait in line and then walk over to another terminal. This took a lot longer than we thought and I didn't get to try the food place I was hoping for.
Tank is glad that we are back and I think it is time for bed!