Today I am… Fogged. By that I mean that today Austin is enveloped in fog, looks like rain today as well, but hopefully that isn’t the case, and it will burn off and become at least sunny, but if not, that’s just how it will be. I will be equipped with my big rainbow umbrella and my jacket with the hood, all will be well. Work today, lol. I seem to be making it alright, my first week has been pretty good, I am getting better and better at this, and I am soaking up more information. Last night I found I had more energy and didn’t get tired really till around 8 pm, but once I got my break, I had some trail mix, and that gave me a nice burst of energy to power on till 11. Now after that I was soo tired, and when I got home I didn’t get to bed till around 1 am. I crashed, and I slept till 7 this morning. I feel really good at the moment. Time to get myself ready for the day at hand. That time comes around quickly, but I have the next two days off. Life is really, really good.
Today I am… Fogged.
It is almost a new day, and I know I need to be fast asleep, for I have work in the am, but I wanted to get this post out before I turned in for the night. Today was a fogtastic day. Not only did it rain today, but thick fog rolled in, but it was great, me and mom went downtown, we saw the tree out front, there is one that I have heard is on the inside, but did not see it, perhaps the next time we are inside the capital, we did finally get to stop into the Capitol Grill, and get a bite to eat, a first for both, then hooked up with the capital tour for the last leg, before setting out heading down congress street. Our intentions were to see the bats fly from under the congress bridge, but halfway across the bridge it got a bit colder, and a bit foggier, so we decided that the bats could wait for another day, one that wasn’t so wet and foggy. We headed back up congress to the bus stop, where we embarked on our journey back home.
It was a fogtastic fun-filled day, and here are a some photos I took while downtown. Hope you enjoy.
Tree on the south lawn of the Capitol.
Looking across the Congress bridge.
Looking back up congress from the bridge.