This weekend is pictureless. I did stuff, but I have nothing to show for it. Might make for a boring blog entry -
"They're all boring!"
What's this? Blog hecklers? I'll put that rapscallion in his place! You're all boring!
I'm fighting a cold. Not very happy about that. Friday night I didn't want to leave home at all so I just hung out and watched the monkey show and a lousy Jazz game. Finally at about 1am I realized I should get some cold medicine and went to the 24-hour Wal-Meth, Mart. I love going to Wal-Mart late at night. It's always an adventure and I always see such interesting characters there.
Not this time though. Nothing interesting to report at all.
Saturday I drove my own selfish brother, Michael around so he could go bowling. Then I had to drive all over the damn place to find a McDonald's that serves my latest addiction, iced coffee. Seriously their iced coffee is really good and I'm sure they're doing something sinister to make me crave it so much. Problem is I think only two places in the whole Valley actually serve it. I may have to write a letter.
Saw Charlie Wilson's War with Natali. Good flick. Phillip Seymour Hoffman was great as per usual.
Went over to Andy and Cherie's and helped kick in a door, which was very satisfying even though it terrified the dog and made her shake like a tickle-me Elmo.
Then I had a date with my one true love, Greek Souvlaki. Since I was still sick I needed some chicken soup for the soul. Well, I needed it more for the belly than the soul because I was also very hungry.
Made it a two-movie day and saw There Will Be Blood. Maybe I can work in a photo here.
Oil! What a tense movie.
Sunday was incredible. Blue skies, fifty degrees. It reminded me that there's such a thing as "not winter." Spent a good part of the day working on the brakes on my car which have been grinding fiercely the last few days. Chris was nice enough to take the time to help. And by "help" I mean "do it" because I am mechanically inept. The brake doesn't grind anymore now so that's good.
At this very moment I am listing things on ebay. I've never sold anything before but I just got my first bite so that's pretty exciting.
"Pretty exciting? More like pretty who-the-hell-cares-ing!"