So I came home, stretched, grabbed a banana, and then hit the shower. It wasn't until I was almost done with my shower that I realized my Garmin watch was still on my arm. Yikes! I've only had this thing a month, I don't even know if it's waterproof. It looked okay, the display was still reading, but it was plenty wet. I dried it off quick and put it on the charger. Hopefully it will be okay.
My Garmin, post-shower
But that incident wasn't the dumbest thing I've done in the last 24 hours. Let me tell you what I did last night. We were going as a family down to the river watch the fireworks, the finale celebration for our River Festival. It always is a great show and 75,000-100,000 people always crowd around the river to watch. Well it was pretty cool, so rather than drive all the way back home, we stopped off at my parents to pick up a few blankets to stay warm.
We went in their house and talked with them for awhile. My son, Bryden, brought his new aluminum baseball bat into the house. He had just had his first baseball practice earlier in the day and wanted to show it off to grandma and grandpa. While we were talking, my son started getting careless with the bat, dropping it on the floor, hitting tables, etc. So, I took it away from him, and we kept talking. About 2 minutes later, and I'm not sure how it happened, I was talking with bat in hand and somehow I hit myself in the mouth with the aluminum bat. Instantly I knew that I cracked my front tooth. Yep, smooth move. I had the small chipped piece in my hand. I was so mad at myself. I seriously don't know how I did that. I was just talking and then wham! cracked tooth. So, a week after visiting the doctor for an expensive root canal, it looks like I'll be making another expensive visit. I am such a dork.
The evil bat. The chipped tooth.