I know it's been a while since I've last updated the AR family. First off, I'm still loving the Droid, and still researching how to make an ap of my own. Not a big computer geek, so some of the software language gets a little lost in translation with me. Thanks to everyone who is sharing their knowledge, and gaining a little bit from what little I have learned so far. Your comments have been a big help in my resarch. On that note, I've been told that the Realtor.com ap is hugely useful for all of us Droid users. I've just downloaded it to my phone, so I'll let you know, as always.
On the baby front, I'm (well my wife is) having another girl!! Before you ask, no I'm not going to try for a boy. Three little mouths to feed is plenty, and we are definately done with having babies after this one. My wife has seen all of the coments left about the family, and she is as amazed as I am at the warmth of the fellow bloggers on here with me. So, from her and I, thank you for all the kind comments.
Now, for the funny stuff. Last Sunday, I had a client following me to look at properties. We were in a rural area, you know the type if you've ever driven in it. The long stretches of endless hills and turns, where there is barely enough room for one car, much less two passing by each other. Anyway, I came out of a curve, and a wide load lead vehicle was stoppend in the middle of the road blocking both lanes. It was a young kid driving the truck (ok, young compared to me), and he was sitting in his truck, waving his arms. Appearantly, he was trying to direct me into a nearby driveway, so a doublewide trailer could pass through. Anyone want to take a guess what happened?? You guessed it!! I was rear-ended by my client. Thankfully, everyone was ok, and we both had drivable vehicles.
While the State Trooper was working the accident, we saw the typacal rubber neckers that you would expect to see when you are stopped in a driveway with two damaged vehicles, and an unmarked patrol car. Then...the one that almost drove into a ditch...while speeding...talking on his cell phone...and rubber necking. Talk about multi-tasking. All of us, including one of Virginia's finest, had more than a chuckle over that. In the end, when my client does find her house, she will always remember that beautiful Sunday afternoon, when we spent 2 hours by the side of the road, just talking about life, and getting to know each other a little better. She said she would have preferred to do it over coffee, but I think this way was way more memorable.
I would love to hear any stories like this one. Help me feel a little better about what happened, and give me a little laugh in the process.
Thanks, and have a great night.