Sunday, April 19, 2009

A weekend of new

This weekend I experienced quite a few new things:

  • I played the game Blokus which I keep pronouncing wrong.  (Thanks Laura for bringing that over!) Now it is on my shopping list - one of Luke's b-day gifts.  That works.
  • I pitifully sang a song in front of Jason and 2 of his musically talented friends.  I wish I could say I rocked it, but I was more embarrassed and nervous.  They made me do it or maybe it was the cosmos.  Hmm.
  • I bought a new cool gadget which is similar to a blackberry, but is strictly for getting your email on the go.  And it was a steal.  Originally $49 and marked down to $12.  
  • I took 2 classes back to back at the gym yesterday and am sore today.
  • I took a super long nap today and now I am afraid I won't be able to sleep tonight.
  • I signed up for a Netflix account and we got our first movie in the mail yesterday.  What a cool concept and it's reasonable priced.
  • Our family took a walk together around the block - all six of us (that includes the dog).
  • I pulled out and was able to wear my tank tops, capris and sandals up until today.
And that pretty much sums up my weekend.  How was yours?


  1. We had a great weekend - I got to see my dad, sister, brother and his family (including 2 week old nephew!) today after my sister completed a half-marathon.

    Yesterday, we did a volunteer thing through our church that was pretty cool (I just posted about it) and I planted a few flowers between rain storms. I seriously LOVE going to the greenhouse - somehow, when I'm there, I forget that I'm horrible at growing things.

    Glad you had a good weekend! I'm trying to talk Matt into doing Netflix...

  2. Love Netflix!! We even used to keep 2 separate accounts- his and mine. I no longer have time to watch movies like I used to so now we just have his and puts movies for the family in his queue. But it really is a great deal! Apparently there is a video game version too? And I also love that you can watch some movies on Netflix, on your computer! That's how I saw "The Business of Being Born."


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