Saturday, August 29, 2009

Catch Up on Rest

Well, I went to Mississippi, Montana, Houston, and Las Vegas over the last few weeks. I participated in 4 shows, wrote a book (over 50 hours of writing), and squeezed in 6 shows, 4 chocolate shops, 2 buffets, and a roller coaster in 4 days in Las Vegas. I flew on 11 flights, 4 of which were late (some were very late), and one made an emergency landing in a different city. I've been in and out of three different time zones.

Needless to say, I'm tired as I sit here on my couch in my own living room. Brock is going to ride his dirtbike with a friend today, so maybe I can catch up on laundry and rest. We leave tomorrow to drive to Atlanta to film a TV show Monday morning (don't know too much about it but will fill you in when I find out).

Next week, I will share my adventures in Las Vegas. You can live vicariously through me for Las Vegas because you don't need to go. It's getting worse and worse. When I went the first time many years ago, it was marketed as a family place. It wasn't too bad. Then, they've begun the "What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!" It's certainly becoming less and less of a family place. I saw a few children there, but they always seemed to be European (perhaps nudity isn't as big of a shock to them). Anyway, my point is, live vicariously through me and then you won't have to go there!