The last four day trip entailed an overnight in Downtown Oklahoma City followed by two overnights in Hartford, Connecticut. I was also fortunate to be flying with an "adventurous" captain so I got the chance to catch my first Oklahoma City Thunder game and watch Kevin Durant & Russell Westbrook in action. The Thunder came out strong winning the game and I came away with a new Home Jersey and a great picture with some of the Thunder girls.
All of the above (Passport Renewal / Red Eye / Moving) followed by a two day trip (not that bad) and a 4 day trip is going to make for a long, laborious next 7 days. I'm "caffeinating" while waiting for my passport to be ready at 1300. It's great that I get a 1 day turn around but that consisted, so far, waking up at 3:30AM, driving to the LA Federal Buidling at 4:00 arriving at 6AM & hanging out till a little past noon then driving back to San Diego. Def. not looking forward to the drive back. This Starbucks, btw, has a TON of traffic. Not just any regular traffic, but you see all kind of peeps from LA trendy, UCLA students both undergrad and med, scrubbie (litterally dressed in hospital scrubs) to peeps like me burning time. It's a good place to people watch. *drinking venti caramel mach w/ soy and extra caramel*
I had to reserve a uHaul truck [deets: 10ft / in-town for $19.99 plus $0.99/mile] which stinks because all I'm really moving is a couch and television and a few boxes. Maybe more than just a few (13 or so) but I'm going to have to pack, load, unload once I get in from the red eye at 6:00AM, pick up the truck at 8AM and try to complete the cleaning up process by noon on Saturday. That's not to mention the fact that I have to setup shop in the crashpad forcing a trip to IKEA to buy a twin bed set. This business is all going to be accomplished w/ little sleep due to a red eye schedule (DL 1048 SAN-ATL) Glorious day without a doubt. Going to have to run on some Red Bull and 5-hour energy. Where's a retail FRS shop when you need one? <-- not that I've taken FRS yet, but it seems like it's a great product?!