I've taken the plunge. I needed just one more Apple product. That's the way they operate, you know....."You just have to have it." And on that note, I will be getting it -- my very first iPad. The New iPad Third Generation arrives at my house this next Friday. I'm hoping it's the right choice. For traveling. I'll leave my laptop at home. But the lack of a full-size keyboard on the iPad is concerning me a little. We'll see. I am very excited, though. And I've done a nice job of tempting LoverBoy as well. He's all of a twitter and going down the "Well, I can't find a decent cover for my iPad 1 so maybe I should sell my old one and get a new one so that I can find a cover for it" trail. Because all of that makes perfect sense. In the Apple world it does.
My new glasses have arrived. My first progressives -- yeah yeah yeah, I know it takes some time to get used to them. Btu I'n huving a ibt of a difiucullt tyme seying throussh thenm. I think they look pretty good but you'll have to be the judge of that. It is my first online glasses ordering. I used a company called Lookmatic. Great customer service. More than happy to do whatever it takes to make it right. I'd recommend them. The top half for distance is great....especially at night....much more crisp and clear. But the bottom reading half is a mess....I'm not sure if it's a matter of me getting used to them or not. But my older straight reading specs were much better.
The Flight Path Debrief program for flight attendants is on a roller coaster ride at this particular point. You remember...the program the took me to Seattle for 69 nights last year. That I devoted hundreds of hours to helping design. Along with 23 others. Thousands of hours and dollars to develop a top-notch grade A program is now in flux. Do we want it? Should we revise it? Let's just say that I'm tired of corporate politics. Let's just say that I'm tired of non-flight attendants thinking that they know what's best for flight attendants. I know, I know....be flexible, nimble, open minded. I'm trying. But I'm more than definitely happy to be back flying full time. Away from the office. Away from the fray of office and corporate life.
There's a new girl in town....and she's sitting on top of our condominium...up on the roof. She's a Davis Vantage Vue weather system. You can now see the weather for our area...our building!....right on the internet. You'll see the new badge on my blog...upper right-hand side. That's the weather for our building. Sort of fun. And the internet link to it is here: http://www.wunderground.com/weatherstation/WXDailyHistory.asp?ID=KORPORTL191.
We're putting together details of our upcoming trip to Ogunquit, Maine, at the end of April. We'll be staying in a B&B in Ogunquit and then visiting our friends Wil and Fritz for a couple of nights. We're also working on details for Bear Week in Provincetown in July.....year four! And I see a road trip maybe next week to Boise for just me and Mason....to see the parents and sister. And maybe help sis get a new laptop up and running. We saw The Descendents last night. Great movie. I had no clue what it was about or even who was in it. That's the third Academy Award nominee that we've seen -- in addition to The Help and The Iron Lady. Sounds like all movies have to begin with the word "The" nowadays.