Our first morning in Atlanta, we headed to the awesome Georgia aquarium. It was excellent.
Apparently this tiny guy, the sea dragon, is actually the animal in the aquarium that is the most expensive to maintain. Even more than the giant whale sharks. Apparently they are very picky about habitats.
I love to photograph Jellyfish.
And also these guys....
Kids under 3 are free, so I'm hoping we can get back down there before Judah's third birthday to take advantage.
I didn't get too many good photos today - Sundays always keep me busy. It was a nice day, though, with some outside play time, a nice church service with our church family, another Christmas Eve service at another church, and finally home for dinner.
I was reading Megan's blog today and could totally commiserate with her about her recent customer service woes. I then realized that I never really posted anything about it here, and now that the whole thing is settled, I thought I'd fill everyone in about how the whole thing went down.
Back in June, a strong thunderstorm knocked down a tree in our yard such that it side-swiped our roof and knocked off our gutter. Since we were all home at the time, we were thankful it wasn't a more direct hit and that there wasn't more damage. This is what the damage looked like. Not too bad, but just bad enough that we were told that essentially the entire front half of our roof would need to be replaced. Mostly because there would be almost no way that they would be able to match the exact shade of green in our current shingles. Our insurance company quickly sent out an adjuster and approved the repair. They suggested a company called Ideal Development Concepts that they said they ha…