Kelli and I are going on 9 years together. Nine years.....over 3000 days. Nine years.
If I remember correctly the statute of limitations on suing Match.com is 9 years. So we both have to make really sure the other is "the one"....or sue.
A lot of changed over the last nine years. I often think about all the little choices in life that brought me to where I am today. The biggest change in direction happened with my mom passing away. If she had not left this world when she did I would likely not be living in the Dallas area. I would likely still be in Houston, working for some job I didn't really care for and married to a superficial woman who's mother hated me because of the color of my skin.
When my mom passed away my fiance left. I followed her to the Dallas area. Never reconnected. I made few friends on AOL (yeah it wasn't as cool in 2001 as it was in 1996). Still talk to a few today.
If it wasn't for me reconnecting to my high school friend Katrina, I would have likely never joined Match.com. Katrina set up my account. The rest is history. Kelli picked me. I don't think I would have picked her as I had NO TATTOOS in my prefernences.
I "worked" more in May than I have in any month since I started flying. I flew for 77 hours and 30 minutes. Due to lots of loopholes and contract language I will actually be paid for 88 hours. Of course most people "work" 120 hours a month. So even though I "worked" less than most "normal" people, I was "at work" much longer than the average person. My average "work" day is 10 hours. Some as long as 14 hours. Most people "work" 8-9 hours. Bleh.
Father's day is coming up. I'm working on upgrading the tech my dad uses. He is currently using a 2-3 years old computer I built that runs Windows Vista