It was hot yesterday!

Though the actual temeprature was in the mid 90s, the heat scale reached 112! That is hot!

Lucas Glover wins the U.S. Open! A great result for the 29 year old. His life is changed forever! For the good!

Mickelson and Duval made a run for it! Just not enough at the end!

I was happy to see David Duval back in the mix at the end! A once great golfer who lost it. But he hung in over the years and plodded his way back to the top in this tournament. May he continue the fine play he exhibited in the Open and actually win one soon!

The Chart Room was fun last night! Captain Peter, Shiela and others helped make up the round table.

Marty is back in town. Has been gone 2 weeks. He showed up later.

Marty wanted to eat at La Trattoria. Kathy was working. He needed a Kathy fix!

So we dined at the bar at La Trattoria with Kathy!

Beecha was hosting last night. What a lovely person! Got my hug and kiss. I needed that fix!

Marty made the front page of the Key West Citizen yesterday.

Marty is a court stenographer. Key West has a new courthouse. A huge, proud, beautiful building. Imposing courtrooms. Apparently lousy accoustics!

Marty has been complaining since the building opened that he could not hear. A problem! Stenos must record every word. Attorneys and some judges have also been complaining about an inability to hear. Not good in a place where Justice is being administered!

So Marty’s complaints and those of others have been heard. An investigation is being conducted to figure out a way to correct the problem.

The new Justice Center is less than a year old. Someone screwed up in the design of the courtrooms. This acoustical problem, its solution and who is responsible for the srew up will be a new on going Key West saga for a couple of years.

Another hot day in the making! It is 6 am and the air blowing through my window is hot! And the sun is not even up yet!

Be good to someone today!

2 comments on “

  1. An old Nashville court officer once advised against heavy curtains in one of our new courtrooms.

    When asked why not, he advised to watch some old movies,those black and white ones. People and things can hide or be hidden sometimes in heavy or long curtains.

    Just some drywall and locking door made a little room for easels, projector, left juror articles, wheelchair storage, etc.

    The Wonder Room was built at the side wall and named for when you wonder where to put this or that.

    Old court officers are priceless!

  2. An old Nashville court officer once advised against heavy curtains in one of our new courtrooms.

    When asked why not, he advised to watch some old movies,those black and white ones. People and things can hide or be hidden sometimes in heavy or long curtains.

    Just some drywall and locking door made a little room for easels, projector, left juror articles, wheelchair storage, etc.

    The Wonder Room was built at the side wall and named for when you wonder where to put this or that.

    Old court officers are priceless!

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