Live From Lexington

I had mentioned earlier in the week that Kelly was going to get to go to the UK basketball game today against North Carolina. I really didn't want for her to have to drive all the way down and back all by herself, so I decided to drive her down. Kel was a little worried that I wouldn't find enough to keep busy while they were at the game, but I knew it wouldn't be any problem. So last night I checked to see where there was a Panera in town, and I found one.

Yes, on my day off I'm spending the day in a Panera.

Come on people, refillable coffee and fountain drinks, free Wi-fi, it can't get much better. You wonder why I wanted to work there in the first place. I've been able to get a lot of church work done, finishing up tomorrow's Power Point and working on my sermon for tomorrow morning at Amelia. All the while I'm able to check up on the UK score to see when I'll need to meet up with Kel [at half-time, North Carolina is up by twelve].

Just a quick observation: this Panera is WAY nicer than the one I work at. Makes the one in Hyde Park look like a dump. Everything is newer looking here, from machinery, to decor, to the layout. I'm not sure that I want to go back in on Monday.

Despite the Wildcats playing, this place is absolutely packed. I guess not everyone here in town are basketball fans. So I'm camped out in a corner of the restaurant, listening to iTunes, sipping my coffee. And Kelly was worried I'd find something to do.

By the way, I've used the bathroom three times in two-and-a-half hours. Just thought you should know.