Virginia Beach

My car needed an oil change in 200 miles so we just took it into Jiffy Lube. I had never been there before.. they inspected my car and offered me all these services. I was a sucker and got a bunch. They weren't expensive though. My car battery was all gross with battery acid so I let them clean it for $6, for example. They physically showed me my air filter and it looked like it came with the car 10 years ago, so I let them replace that too. My coolant was low and we are driving to Florida and then all the way west.. so that got filled up. Then they did random services I didn't ask for. They vacuumed the drivers side, evened out the tire pressure, etc. And all of this took 15 minutes. 

After running errands we talked to Josh's aunt Sue Ann for a while. She's selling her house and moving to Tennessee. The house is gorgeous. There are several places to hang out on their downstairs deck, upstairs deck, and in the house. It's very throughly decorated with a beach theme. 

The beach was literally only about another house's distance away. We set up a beach chair. Josh sat in it and broke it. This was extremely familiar and we realized that Josh had previously broken the beach chair, we put it in my trunk, and forgot about it. 

It was a hot day and the water was nice. It wasn't painfully cold like Gloucester. We swam around for a long time, went on the shore and built sandcastles, and swam in the ocean again. 

Hosing off, we were greeted by their two jumping chocolate labs.

When we got back, we cleaned the car and did laundry. A couple of Josh's cousins had come down to see him. There was Amy and her two year old son Bryce, David and his wife and baby and friend. Everyone but Amy and Bryce left and the rest of us had dinner. Then we all watched Knowing, which was a really weird movie, and went to sleep.