Ready to go? Not even close.
Have I started packing? Of course not. Have I got all my ducks in a row? Not a chance. But, in 24 hours, I'll be in Jacksonville, probably hanging at some friends' house and beginning to enjoy my first vacation. Tonight, in lieu of packing, I spent most of my time making phone calls and watching TV (The Apprentice season finale was on tonight).
Tomorrow, I get off work about 1:30 and then I need to leave my apartment by 4:00 to leave myself enough time to definitely make my plane. Things are going to be hectic for the next week or so, but I'll be updating my blog whenever I can. I'll be taking lots of photos, too.
I really enjoyed the season and I thought the show was done very well and was very clever. That being said, I think the ending was sort of a crock. Here's what I mean: Kwame basically got gypped because of the team that he chose. I felt he performed better as a manager because he had to deal with a crummy team while fielding all kinds of bizarre issues. Bill, on the other hand, had a smooth-sailin' time organizing a golf tournament with honest teammates and very few problems. My point is that I think Kwame would've been the hands-down favorite if he'd had a better team and if he'd known he had the power to do things like fire people who lied to him repeatedly. I'm happy for Bill and all, but I felt Kwame was the better man for the job. I hope the producers of the show find a way to make the final task a little more fair to both parties. I felt there were just too many variables that were out of the contestants hands that had a big part in helping "The Donald" make his final decision.
I need to get some sleep since I probably won't be getting much for the next week or so.