I promised to continue the story, so here goes.
Brent, Kristen and I left Pipeline Tattoo Company around 7:45 PM and began our treck back home to El Reno. I drove, as Brent had driven the entire way. We took the directions provided to us by Adrian the Tattoo Guru and made our way back to our designated highway. After driving a ways, we began to get the eery feeling we were headed the wrong way. Kristen, as usual, (haha!) had to pee so we pulled over at the nearest gas station, fueled up on Cheetos and caffeine and requested directions. We were in fact headed the correct direction and were given an accurate description of the way to get back to I-35 North as quickly and simply as possible. We did exactly what the lovely little gas station man told us to do and we SAW A SIGN!, imagine that, that said I-35. We all said our "Thank you Lord's" and continued our journey. About 30 or so minutes later, we hit some pretty intense traffic and literally feared for our lives. Kristen made Brent hold her hand because the traffic was freaking her out so bad. There were ass holes on crotch rockets zipping in and out of traffic and on numerous occasions we were greated with some mighty close calls. At one point I said, "Can you guys believe this isn't even Dallas traffic? This is just outskirts of Dallas traffic." Yeah, I was wrong. I drove straight through Dallas. Oh yes, no lie. We saw another sign...yes, another...these lovely Texans spent money on two whole signs!! Guess what it said? 635 SOUTH. Oh, blaudy hewl...How in the CRAP did we end up on 635 South? Long story, short, we ended up in Garland, Texas and had to turn ourselves around...again. We drove a loooong way out of our way and ended up not getting home until after midnight. I hate being lost more than anything, but I couldn't have been lost with better people and I have never had so much fun while being so scared.
Picture time! My favorite part of any blog experience.
Sunday we took Easter pictures with the ever lovely Miss Reagan and her sweet cousin, Nash. Here is where all the eggs we dyed came in to play. After all the excitement of taking pictures of children and squirmy puppies...I took a nap. :) We then went to Wal-Mart to print a few copies and I headed home. I had great music on the CD player and a magnificent sunset at my back. I did my usual pondering and meditating all the way home and enjoyed the peaceful time alone. I watched a little Grey's Anatomy and it was off to bed. It was a great weekend, but I was ready for it to be over. haha!
Today, not as good. We had a patient die today and we had another come in on emergency. The phone rang off the hook too! I love my job, I love my job, I love my job...
Have a great day all!