Dylan had to get his in-grown toenail treated. It does not look like a pleasant experience! He had a treatment called a "wedge" to take out the portion of the toenail that was perpetually in-grown and infected.
On a positive note, he did phenomenally well in the Mid-State Choir Competition. He made Mid-State and ranked as 6th alternate for All-State. Way to go Dylan!
It's frozen custard time in Middle TN again!
The kids and I really mourned the loss of our local frozen custard place, Amy's Frozen Custard. So I was really delighted when Rachel
told me that there was a flozen custard place near her in Hendersonville called Ritters.
So naturally, I had to take the kids down to see if it was any good. Evidently, Ritters is a chain. But the custard was really good. Somehow, it seemed that Amy's custard was better. But I had no complaints. The kids friends, Kelly Jo and JoJo, also joined us for a round.
I wondered if they'd ever make it to the custard joint because they got lost on the way over. It took a while, but I think the trip was worth it.
You can tell it's conference season because I get a lot of interviews around the time that the annual PASS conference
is on the horizon. You can see my latest interview (text only, thankfully) at http://www.sqlmag.com/Article/ArticleID/97021/97021.html
I was interviewed by Mark Brunelli, the news editor for Tech Target, which appeared on the website SearchSQLServer.com. Check it out for discussion on SQL Server and Oracle interoperability at http://searchoracle.techtarget.com/originalContent/0,289142,sid41_gci1270206,00.html
Boring, I know, but kind'a cool.