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Like I've Never Been Gone
Just sitting at home, waiting for the ribs to be cooked. I accidently turned the slow cooker to low when I meant to switch it to high; now it's taking a bit longer. Todd keeps asking when they're going to be done. I put the rice on, and soon I'll make a salad.
We had a nice looooong weekend. Friday night, Todd surprised me with dinner at Hy's and a night at the Lord Elgin. I bought a new dress for the occasion. (He surprised me with the news at lunch so I had time to walk to Rideau and buy a new dress.) It was a lovely evening. The steak at Hy's is absolutely scrumptious.
Saturday we lingered in the hotel room; watched the movie Waitress, which was excellent. I am still enchanted with all of her pie creations. In the afternoon, Todd was restless so we went to MEC, Futureshop & Walmart. I bought a parka at MEC; Todd bought a puffy vest. I got a new keyboard at Futureshop. My previous keyboard was shot and it was not only preventing me from typing, but also from using my mouse for longer than two minutes. Annoying. So glad that's fixed.
Upon the return home, I not only got my new keyboard hooked up but set about cleaning up my computer. I had some annoying stuff coming up at start-up, and I actually had to change a registry key to fix it. But it's gone, and I was so happy I rebooted my computer and made Todd watch it not come up with annoying error messages, etc. Beautiful.
Yesterday we went to church, and then in the afternoon, I went to Silvercity in Gloucester to see a movie with Natasha. We saw Dan In Real Life. It was OK; I was annoyed about the 15-year-old daughter, though, and her ridiculous drama about being in love. The icing on the cake was the implication, at the end of the movie, that she was, in fact, in love. At fifteen? Gimme a break. Yah, I think I thought that, too, but once you grow up you realize how stupid you were. Honestly, I think that kind of ruined the rest of the movie for me. (How did you tell?) Afterwards, Natasha and I walked to Starbucks and had coffee.
Then, I drove home, picked up Todd, and we drove straight back to the same theatre to meet Kate & Andrew to watch The Bee Movie. Baha! - what a great show! So funny. I really liked it a lot. Plus we found out Kate & Andrew like games, which I'm very excited about, and they even asked if we'd heard of Ticket to Ride. Oh goodness yes! So I'm looking forward to forging a friendship centered on games with them. Yes.
That's all I feel like writing for now.
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