There's a message on the phone from the infamous Dr. T. He says he has good news for Ed. I should let Ed write out all the details. Ed's out with all his teacher peeps celebrating the last day of school and their friendship. I'm home waiting for him to call to let him know that he'll be getting up with Jack tomorrow morning since I'm still sick (so it would be wise to come home relatively early and sober).
Basically, though, I think it is safe to say that the fellowship has been locked in and now the real work begins. Time to lock in the broker, a job, and think about day cares and how to deal with Max and Mia..
It's also time to do some Seattle site-seeing (funny how we rarely visit the touristy places where we live). Next week it's the Seattle Aquarium (Jack will love it) and after that, the zoo. Last week I wanted to ride to the top of the Space Needle, but didn't want to part with the $10 it took to just ride an elevator. We'll see. If anyone has any "Seattle must-sees or must dos" please let use know (for either the entire family or just Ed & I).
Ed, you can talk more about Dr. Sue and the Fellowship (as a friend of ours wrote, sounds like a band) when you get the chance.