Monday blues

This weekend was a fury of activity followed by a swath of inactivity. First, the fury:

Friday night I spent some time with Wizzo, the captain, infinity, francisco, kate, and others. There was a beruit game like never before. Wizzo stood at one end of the table, The captain at the other. I sat at one side holding a guitar so tightly, francisco was opposite me holding his guitar so tightly.

When wizzo shot, Francisco would play rhythm spanish rock guitar and I would solo furiously. When the captain was throwing, our roles would reverse. It was something for the record books.

After quesadillas, smore brownies, golf, and a perfectly timed HnH entrance, I left to visit my mother for her birthday.

As usual, my rents were extremely busy bustling around fixing up the porch. My mother was painting some exciting colors and looking happy. Happy birthday mom!

soon after, I left for Manchester to visit jill. and thus begins the swath of inactivity. We watched three lifetime original movies. My advice to others: Never watch lifetime original movies. They were HORRIBLE. MISERABLE. we also saw Garden State. That was good. I enjoyed it.

Sunday I dug my car out of the parking space with my window scraper and mosied my way back to CT. stopping in the woo to see tom & mykal. My only weekend regret is not seeing glossy.

it was a good weekend.

6 thoughts on “Monday blues

  • 1/24/2005 at 11:59 am

    Thanks for making me sound like a sloth.

  • 1/24/2005 at 12:05 pm

    oh Jill, you’re not a sloth. In fact I think this was the first time we’ve watched more than one movie’s worth of anything. The weater was the main cause of the relaxation time. I also think I was a larger contributer to the ‘lets just sit and watch T.V.’ mantra than you were. Although I assure you, I will do everything in my power to never watch another lifetime original again.

  • 1/24/2005 at 2:29 pm

    I love lifetime originals, especially the one where lisa rinna meets this guy but he’s actually her new best friend’s husband, but neither of them realize it, and anyway there’s this tragic funeral scene where the truth comes out and the acting is SOOOO incredible and the women really upliftingly move forward with their screwed up lives in the end!!!

  • 1/24/2005 at 2:31 pm

    and there was destiny’s child. never leave out the d. child ever. meeting you was good times indeed.

  • 1/24/2005 at 2:51 pm

    Alicia, every lifetime movie is the same. There’s some scandal followed by a discovery. This, I’ve found, is followed by a lament stage and then a major life change/decision which results in an uplifting end.

    We saw “Sex, lies, and obsession”, “infidelity”, and “Student Seduction.”

    Student Seduction starred Elizabeth Berkley (i.e. Jessie Spano)


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