I drove down to San Diego over the extended weekend which was really fun. Went out to dinner at a place called Islands which we don’t have here in the Bay Area on Saturday night. Played some poker with M&M’s, peanuts, and raisins for a while and went to my hotel which ended up being overbooked so they gave my room away. They put me at a nice place across town free of charge which ended up working out but I paid for it with lack of sleep as I didn’t get into my room until 1am. On Sunday I went to a church that has to have one of the best views possible because it is up on a hill and all of the windows overlook the ocean. I liked the pastor a lot and got quite a few things out of the sermon. Sunday afternoon I drove around and saw a lot of beaches, a lot of ocean, a lot of towns I don’t remember the names of, Seaworld (the outside of it) and seals. Legoland isn’t too too far from Seaworld and it looks like Tyler would love going there when he gets older. Sunday night I ate downtown and got some ice cream (can’t go wrong with that). Laura, they had the USS Midway docked downtown and I think you can take tours on it which made me think of you and Skyler. By the time I got downtown it was dark so the pictures I took won’t do it justice. On Monday I-5 closed through the grapevine so I had to take 101-N the entire way home which turned a 7 hour drive into an all day and night event. Made it home safe this morning and had a great time.
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Reading some news feeds this morning and found this article interesting about true love.
“SCIENTISTS have discovered true love. Brain scans have proved that a small number of couples can respond with as much passion after 20 years as most people exhibit only in the first flush of love.
The findings overturn the conventional view that love and sexual desire peak at the start of a relationship and then decline as the years pass.
A team from Stony Brook University in New York scanned the brains of couples who had been together for 20 years and compared them with those of new lovers. They found that about one in 10 of the mature couples exhibited the same chemical reactions when shown photographs of their loved ones as people commonly do in the early stages of a relationship.