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This weekend has flown by and I am so sad to see it end!
The good news is that I get to tell you about what I did on Saturday morning. The bad news is that it wasn't as awesome as I had thought it was going to be.
There was supposed to be a zombie flash mob in downtown Miami on Saturday morning after the Race for the Cure. There were hundreds of people signed up, but only about 30 zombies showed up. The downtown traffic was a mess because of the Race for the Cure and I think people just gave up and went home. Apparently, zombies like to cause traffic jams but they don't like to be caught in traffic. lol!
I will tell you that at one point I was standing in the middle of the crowd that was there for the Race for the Cure walk looking for zombies so that I could direct them to the correct area. As I was standing there one of my friends that lives downtown approached me thinking I had participated in the walk. I told him that I hadn't and that I was just looking for Zombies. He laughed because he thought I was joking.
As we stood there talking a couple of zombies approached from behind my friend. I stopped in the middle of my sentence and called out, "Zombies, this way. Go toward the water and turn right." You should have seen the look on my friends face!
Anyway, since the morning zombies were a disappointment we decided to hit up the zombie crawl on Lincoln Road Saturday night. The South Beach zombies rock! Plus, I didn't have to fight traffic to get there because I walked.
There were way more zombies and they were great about having a bunch of photographers stalking them as they made their way up Lincoln Road and back down again.
We hit up Finnegans Pub for refreshments....lots and lots of refreshments before calling it a night.
Needless to say, I slept in on Sunday!
After spending the afternoon visiting with my friends, who dropped by unannounced, I grabbed my camera and headed out to photograph the sunset from South Point Park with the Miami Beach Photography Club.
It was a beautiful night with a great breeze.
At some point in the awesomeness that was my weekend I lost my resort pass and have had to be extra nice to the guards at the gate so I could get in.
Saturday night, I got onto the property with no problem, but getting into the building was another story. There was no one around and no matter how many times I looked up at the security camera and begged to be let in no one opened the door for me. (Whoever was supposed to be monitoring the camera was probably sleping. lol!) I tried using the freight elevator, but they had it turned off for the night. That didn't stop me from getting on and pushing all of the buttons though. lol! I'm not sure why I thought it would work for one floor if it wouldn't work for another. (I did mention that there had been lots of refreshments, right?)
After begging the security camera to let me in and pressing all the buttons on the freight elevator I gave up and just started walking around trying to open random doors. lol! Eventually, I spotted a door that had been proped open and headed that way. It got me into a building and from there I was able to get into my building. (Thank goodness the buildings are all connected!)
When I got home from taking pictures of the sunset getting into the building was much easier. I simply followed a couple of random guys in from the parking garage. lol!
Now, I've got to get some sleep and figure out how I'm getting back into the building after work.