After our visit to the eye doctor yesterday in Murray, I talked Wayne into stopping at the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. I guess he has a mole not a freckle in his left eye but it hasn't changed much so he's supposed go back again in a year. His eyes didn't dilate when the drops were put in the first time, so a nurse put more drops in a little later, then another lady walked by and decided that his eyes weren't dilated enough and added even more drops, so he had 3 sets of drops put in his eyes. Needless to say he couldn't see very well after the appointment so I became the main driver instead of my usual right front seat driving position.
By the time we got to the library there were only about 2 hours until closing time so I gave Wayne some change and he went to find the vending machines to get something to drink and eat while I looked at a microfilm. After enjoying his sandwich, drink and 2 ice cream bars for all under $6.00 he came back to see my progress. He claims he had to buy the second ice cream bar because the first one was stuck in the machine but came out with the second bar when he put more money in it.
I was going through a microfilm of Quaker births, marriages and deaths for the Isle of Wight and surrounding areas but hadn't found my William White or his three sons, William, James and Peter. An announcement came over the loud speaker that the library was closing in 1/2 hour and they were turning off all the computers, machines, etc. in 15 minutes.
I sent Wayne with a call number to find a book for a St. Peter's Parish that I wanted to look at and he came back with the wrong book so I decided that his eyes still weren't working too well and went to find the book.
When I returned with the book there was a big, black blob curled under my microfilm reader. Wayne had taken my leather coat to use as his pillow and plopped down on the floor under my desk. He had decided to take a little nap after his meal. When I saw that, I decided it was time to go home. There's never a dull moment with Wayne!