After a feeble attempt on my part, which involved me pulling the pathetic excuse for a jack out of the trunk and screwing it open several inches while crouched over in the hot sun in said skirt, I could not figure out where to put the jack under the car, became extremely disgruntled and gave up. Let's call a spade a spade, right, who would expect ME to change a tire??? Apparently Adam, because when I got home he told me I needed to learn how. To which I told him he was being mean. I'm a princess. That's it. I'm not tryin' to be changing tires on the side of the road. Anyway, lucky for me Adam was in front of his computer to google a number and also lucky I was on base cause I just called up the auto hobby shop and asked if one of their mechanics wanted to rescue a damsel in distress. Fifteen minutes later, Tom rolled up in his super car-ambulance thingie and patched my tire on the spot.
And oh by the way I got to the gym and realized I had neither socks nor an elastic for my hair. AND the "check engine" light came on in my car. AND I found out the set up at Hickam includes some ghetto-ass looking chairs that amount to glorified lawn chairs. AND THEN Adam and I had a tense "discussion" about wedding stuff.... he is online right now geeking out over diagnostic equipment for the aforementioned dashboard light - apparently he "needs" one of these toys to figure out what is wrong with my car.
Need to have my wedding reception ON THE BEACH.
So, you want to hear more about the wedding??! Oh good! That's exactly what I want to talk about! See, I don't know about Hickam, y'all. I mean, it's nice and affordable, but THIS is where I want to have my wedding reception:
In other news, the temperature dropped yesterday evening and I got cold enough to need a blanket! But since this is Hawaii, the only blanket available is our bed comforter. I was minding my own business all wrapped up nice and snuggy when Adam snapped this:
He thought I looked like an eskimo. I think I look like a worm. It's all good though. The sun came out again today and it was sunny in the 80's. Here's the lovely sunrise on my drive to work this morning: