Amy, I'll send up a cheer two years from now when you get rid of your last kid car seat. LOL The second (bench type) seat in my station wagon holds three people, but the middle one has only a lap belt, so I won't let anyone sit there. The third seat is rear facing, seats two, and is not designed for use with car seats/booster seats and teenagers are too tall to use them, ergo the car/booster seat shuffle since 2004 when grandson's birth screwed up the seating arrangement. LOL I misquoted the Ohio car seat law: it is that children ages four through seven who are less than 4'9" tall must ride in a federally approved booster seat. (The 80 lb. requirement was considered but not passed.) Doesn't matter in my family--grandson is only about 50 lbs. and about 4'3"--only getting out of the booster because of his age. Also in Ohio children must be 12 years old to ride in the front seat of any vehicle.
Joanna, thanks so much for the Kitt Peak National Observatory link. I'll look that over tomorrow when I have more time. So glad your first run went well.
Hope, it was only 83 here today but it supposed to get up to 93 one day later this week. I am sad to say Mike would look way better in a pink thong than I would. LOL I always think of you when I eat "our wrap," too. Actually you are the one who came up with it--I just fell in love with it when you shared the idea. I'm certainly no exercise queen like some of the others here, but I do enjoy it way more since I found the Virtual Active Video program on the new treadmills at the Y where we can walk/run/jog through scenery on the treadmill monitor and the incline automatically adjusts to the terrain. It makes the time go so much faster and I finally actually look forward to the exercise.
Nobe, sometimes life happens and we just don't get to eat our meal before leaving the house. But you don't eat breakfast half the size of a car tire every day, so you are forgiven.
Jho, kudos for remaining on track even forgetting it was Monday.
I had a headache earlier and it went away but then came back in the afternoon--that was the only reason I had such a light eating day. I didn't want to take meds because of my routine blood test tomorrow, but I read online to try peppermint tea and I drank two strong cups and that seemed to help. Maybe it was psychological that it helped, but I don't care. Mind games work for me! LOL Wonderful that Braydon is about to graduate to a booster seat. That was a treat for me to be able to use the car's shoulder belt instead of that multi-point chest restraint. Yeah, I thought the same thing about in a few weeks my car will look "brand new" without any car seats/booster seats. I'll probably forget and think I'm trying to enter the wrong car in store parking lots. LOL