I used some other washers. Eventually dried my clothes. Then I noticed the 2 washers were open. Hmm. I wonder "Did they hang the mats outside? I would. That dryer is awful loud for just one being on." I was wrong. They put the mats in the dryer! Ah, Jardine.
So, I got it filled at Lafene and put some in my eyes. They aren't healed just yet, but I am supposed to use them for a week. The bottle is pretty small, only 5 mL of fluid. That really isn't much. But I am only using them for a week. The small bottle was $70.50. Wow.
But I learned something at the pharmacy today. My health insurace in GTA insurance and it costs 90$ a semester. Pretty cheap, usually has matching cheap-advantages. But they do pay for prescriptions, up to 7$ on monthly ones and then 250$ per year for others. Swell. This little bottle of tobradax almost cost as much as one semester of health insurance, but I didn't have to pay for it.
I just love my little niece. On Saturday, Shannon and I went to Wichita for 2 nights. It was short, but nice. I got to see my mom, both sisters, and my niece, plus Michelle! Even though there was some sadness involved and Maria did leave (for Cancun) it was a good time.
Ha! I put these pants on her head and she just kept them on. Eventually she rolled around too much and they fell off, but she didn't take them off herself.
Grandma had her throw away her diaper. She had the silliest grin on her face the whole way to the trash can. While we walked around New Market Square on Sunday, Jayme bought Nicole some cute sun-glasses. She would leave them on her face and open her mouth really wide when she had them on. It was very cute.
Also, here is the finished tower I talked about last post. It isn't painted anything fancy, but it looks pretty evil. I sprayed it with this glossy sparkly spray paint we bought around Christmas time. Now it just needs to see a battle.
Shannon and I have been creating these tiny 100 point armies for Warhammer. My first one was a Dark Elf army. I painted the models a while ago, and then decided to make some scenery to match. I started this tower and am in the process of painting it. It's about 10" tall.
To start off the nice weather (if it stays...) Shannon, Chris, and I played some campus disc golf. I got a +1 (not too bad). Shannon got -5. And Chris got -11. Way to go Chris! Also, that zip-tie bandit's work is still around. Check out the fork in the bush.
Alas, I cared for little reason. Today Shannon and I saw that KS-You won by 26 stupid votes. Grr. That stinks. Because basically it was a tie, but since our voting system is as it is, it counts as a win. Sheesh. No hockey in Manhattan for another long while.
Today we played our one play-off game. We lost to Missouri State University 12-2 in the 3rd. But we played pretty good.
After the game, we had our traditional end of year awards. Shane (pictured at left with Jerry) won Most Improved. He really deserved it. He started out not being able to skate very well at all, but he is pretty good now. The MVP award went to Shannon! It was pretty neat. Now he has a cool plaque to show how awesome he really is. I'll have to up load a picture later. This one is from my phone and I couldn't work it fast enough to get one of Shannon with Jerry. But I know some one caught it on a real camera.
If you missed out on K-State hockey this season (or want to watch us again), you still have one chance to catch us in action! On Saturday April 21st, we are playing a mini-turny in Kansas City with a local team, us, and a K-State alumni team. Check, out our wob-site for more information.
Then it happened. Thursday morning around 4:30 am it started to snow. It was some of the best packing snow we have had all season. So, to celebrate this, Shannon and I took pictures.
By that evening, about 75% of the snow was already gone. Gotta love the KS weather.