Second to last day in Albuquerque. I'm busy strangling those huge New Mexico ants.
I miss Alaska, but wish I had more time and definitely more money to get things done, and basically have fun around here. I'll be pulling an all-nighter, most likely, sorting and packing what I'd left in a storage space here for three years. Not that the stuff was physically worth the $69 I'd paid every month for three years to keep them from giving it away. However it was family stuff, things that you can't really put a price on. I'm glad I finally got down here to deal with it.
I bought a violin bow, desperately needed, and new glasses, just as necessary. I want lots more money, though, because I need to get dental work done, see a doctor and simply buy things that are so much cheaper down here than they are in Alaska. The next trip I'll bring more dough and get all the medical stuff done. I did go see the chiropractor. He was astounded and very happy to see me. Finally, I can move my neck all the way to the left!
I'm using a bleedover wireless connection courtesey of the Albuquerque Fire Department, located 20 feet behind Ole's house. It's an iffy connection at best, and right now I can't upload pictures for some reason. The City of ABQ doesn't allow their firemen to read any email, neither web-based nor POP. Apparently firemen can't communication with family members except by phone and smoke signal.
As far as pictures go, be assured, however, that lots of electrons are being arranged in patterns that contain Ole, Athena, Amber and Lily. And giant ants.