Amy is finally coming home. She and the remainder of the Ukraine team will be coming home this evening, more specifically arriving at 10:30pm at MIA. I'm sure they will have many great testimonies and stories to share. And knowing Amy, after she sleeps Wednesday away (and probably part of Thursday) she'll be willing to share them.
It's been documented many, many, many times this month that I don't function well when Amy is out of town. Having her back will be a nice. It's funny. For years I've been striving for "normality". Just a simple year when everything runs like it's supposed to. No new companies. No special projects. No relocations. No job changes. Just normal, average, simple. I've recently discovered that normal doesn't exist. But at least having Amy back home makes abnormality a little sweeter.
Oh, and to the person that used Microsoft's LIVE SEARCH using the search terms "my wife is a jerk" and went to the #1 website listed... my blog of course... uh, yeah. I don't think my wife's a jerk. I'm the jerk. Not her. I wanted to take this opportunity to clear this up.
It's unfortunate that Microsoft thinks my blog is about "my wife is a jerk", but after all, it is Microsoft...
Babygirl, glad you're home.