Matt and I had a very busy, and productive day yesterday. It started at Starbucks and ended at some good friends' house for dinner.
After a brief stop for a morning pick me up at Starbucks, we headed down to Marietta to Kennestone Hospital for our tour. Luckily, Kennestone is still giving actual hospital tours-- many hospitals in the local area are not conducting any tours do to the H1N1 epidemic. We both feel extremely comfortable with our hospital choice... we now know where to go, what will happen, and what to expect from the staff. We also learned that no children under the age of 12 are allowed above the first floor... so if anyone is planning on visiting us in the hospital.... please leave your "mini me's" at home (sorry).
Next stop... LUNCH. Taco Mac was the perfect place to catch up on the 2nd quarter of the GaTech v. Duke game, and of course, grab a bite to eat. GO JACKETS!
Then we headed over to Tracy's to take family calendar pictures for Nana and to get some good "belly" pictures. Matt and Lee were very patient with Tracy and me.... but eventually patience does run out. So we left to finish running our errands.
Errands included, Target to return some recent purchases, Office Max for a yearly calendar, Verizon to check out the new Droid-- a possible eventual upgrade when we are due in Feb., though I think I might stick with the Blackberry (I am in love!). Finally, to one of the greatest places on Earth (dare I say, even better than Disney World...) Costco! We bought Matt some new socks. Usually we will get him a bunch of new socks, all the same, and he will throw out all of his old socks which, by now, have holes or lost their mate. It's a good system, and a day that Matt looks forward to ALL year!
The end of our day ended at the Turner's for dinner. Thank you both for a wonderful meal and a great visit!
So that was our Saturday... fairly mundane, but as cheesy as it sounds, we were together all day-- which made it a great day!
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