So when I last posted, I commented on the weather being so great, and 2 hours later, we got a huge downpour of rain. Actually it's been rainy with patches of no rain all week, and that's what we can look forward to all weekend. Not that rain changes our plans. We will finally be taking a load of stuff to goodwill, freeing up space in our house. I guess tomorrow I should make sure I have given away everything I want to. No need to start a new pile once this one goes.
Kinda excited about a new sermon series our church is starting this Sunday. It's called Old Faith, New Faith Let's Review Faith...Interpreting Faith Through Dr. Suess Stories. :) I think it sounds cool.
So Jeff (my boss) was watching some Bill Maher program and it had Michael Moore and Kim Campbell on. How's that for a combination? Anyways, he said Mr. Moore came across pretty stupid (he actually likes him), but that he thought Kim Campbell was great! And how great she must have been as Prime Minister. I wish i could have seen the look on my face. I had to tell him, I don't know many Canadians who liked her, and basing my opinion on her from when she was PM, I didn't think much of her. But I guess Americans think she's awesome. Ah, wacky Americans!
I watched the movie Chicago this week. I got it out of the library, and actually sat down and watched it. Not being familiar with the story made it more interesting for me, because I didn't know how it would end. I thought it was alright. I really enjoyed the number Mr. Cellophane, and Renee wasn't so bad. I generally don't like her work, but she did okay in this. Some of the costumes were a little more revealing, but I think that's just part of the scene. I don't think I'd want to own it, but it was okay to watch. It didn't suck.
I have been tackling my letter of instruction, something to go with my will, once I get around to writing it. I just want my wishes to be known, and the will is to protect Peanut in case something should happen to Geoff and I. Rod thinks it's great I'm such a planner, but planning ahead helps me to feel better about the unpreventable.
Vegas is a go for November! So stoked. And Lisa & Chad are meeting us there. Our last hurrah before the baby comes, perhaps. We'll see what happens, there may be another smaller hurrah, who's to say? We booked the flight & room, Lisa's all set on her end. It's a surprise for Chad's 30th birthday, if Lisa can keep it a secret.
Alright, I'm closing with a quote from The Whole Nine Yards.
Jimmy 'The Tulip' Tudeski : I'm telling you this like a friend because if you screw this up - I would hate to... I would really hate to have to kill you. I would hate it more than mayonnaise. You know how much I hate mayonnaise.