Friday, September 29, 2006

Let’s Whip This Puppy Out, Shall We?

I have ten minutes to write this entry. If I don’t get it written in that time, I won’t get it written at all today so…go!

I just got back from a lovely lunch at one of the swankiest restaurants in our lovely little town. The luncheon was held in honor of contributors to a very upscale and fancy public art project that a committee of fabulous people has been working their collective ass off to realize for over five years. My Board contributed to the project financially, hence my attendance at the luncheon. It is projects like this that make me love my job, my community and the people in it.

And the food was really, really good.

This weekend should be fun. The weather is supposed to be nice so I am hoping to get together with Jana and the kids for a picnic in the high country. The leaves have finally reached their peak of color (unusually late thanks to late summer monsoons and that cold snap from last week) and I would love to get some pictures of the kids. I also hope to get some more black and white shots for the upcoming photo show.

We’ll see.

I might also work on the kid’s scrapbooks or, if I get really ambitious, I might start on our Disney scrapbook. Maybe. And, you know, there is the usual housework and laundry to be done not to mention the weekly pilgrimage to the Hellmouth to supplicate the Gods of Retail. That should be fun.

Oh, watch out for the puddle of sarcasm there, wouldn’t want you to muss your shoes.

Anyhoo, we have a couple of movies from Netflix to watch. I’m looking forward to seeing The Lake House since I heart Keanu Reeves and idolize Sandra Bullock (the original Miss Congeniality as you must recall). I wanted to see the movie when it was in the theaters but, it came down to a choice between it and, I think Cars, or some other family friendly movie and I was out-voted.

Doggone kids and their animated movies.

Anyway, here’s hoping it doesn’t totally suck.

Whew! Done and, in under ten minutes!

Of course, when you have nothing substantial to impart, an entry seems to just write itself. I’m thinking that’s not necessarily a good thing.

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