Sunday, September 14, 2008

A Blur

The weekend went by quick. Friday night: Rode bus to 1st and Pine, met Jer, ate dinner at Serious Pie, stopped at the Hurricane for Bloody Marys, saw "Dark Knight" at Pacific Place. Saturday: Haircut downtown at 10am, then Jer and I dropped off a donation to an auction in Ballard (framed print from On Focus Photo), then ate a couple of very tasty Cuban sandwiches at Paseo in Fremont, and drove around looking at neighborhoods (love the GPS), and ended the night by watching "Idiocracy." Sunday: Drove to Green Lake and clapped for 2 1/2 hours for the 3-day walkers (Go Courtney!), came home and made breakfast, watched some tv, then said goodbye to Jer again.

I'm considering making a pan of brownies now, but I worry I would eat them all by myself.

And now you're entirely caught up.

3 comments:

George said...

How is Idiocracy? I've always wondered if it's worth the rental.

Christy said...

Hm. It's best if your expectations aren't too high. I thought it was amusing, I'm glad I saw it, and there are worse ways to spend a couple of hours. Not my favorite Mike Judge work, but a bottle of wine can help even anything out.

George said...

a bottle of wine can help even anything out

Hey, that's how I got Amy to marry me! (OK, it took 2 bottles.)