The next day, we went to the reunion and had an OK time. It was boring for me. My mom was uncomfortable because it was the first reunion since her parents died. Jenny had her usual social anxiety, plus she was experiencing residual pain from the surgery. So, we ended up leaving early. Jenny and I went to the beach for an hour and a half and had a lot of fun. We both got a bit of boogie-board-burn, but that was OK. My mom met us at the pool and we swam around there for about twenty minutes. After that, we went to the Boardwalk again. My mom ate funnel cake with us, then left us to do her own thing. Jenny and I went to the other rides on the Boardwalk that time, but didn't do much. We ended up just going on the roller coaster and the Crazy Dance ride, which was sort of like the Teacups down in Disney World. We went back to the other rides and had fun there. I encouraged Jenny to try the back of the roller coaster, rather than the front, where she usually goes, and now she loves it. I kept telling her it was more fun, but she didn't believe me until she tried it. She just had to go on it right again after that. *smiles* Plus, you get a nice view of Ocean City from the top of the incline, right before you drop. She wished she brought her camera.
The next day, we packed up and went home.
The whole time down there, our cell phones couldn't get through, so that sucked. Plus, I mentioned earlier about my cell phone troubles. So, my mom went and got me a new one. However, she conveniently forgot to upload the phone book with the numbers, so I lost everything there. Plus, I lost all the TXT messages I saved (mostly from lwk). That sucks. Oh well... Time to reprogram. If anyone wants me to call them at any time, either comment with your number, or you can e-mail me. (Of course, you could always call me, if you like. *smiles*)
Well, onto my backlog of friends' posts while I was away. You guys were talkative over the weekend, weren't you? *winks*