I'm going through the DTs. For my computer.
(Yes, I'm online now, but it's just because my sister came over to borrow our high-speed and left my mom's laptop here until tomorrow. Awfully nice, since she does have a desktop at home.)
Jason and Anna Marie are at South Carolina. And along with half our towels, he took both our computers!
And Scrapbookpalooza, this weekend has not been.
They left Thursday morning. Thursday night, Amanda came over and spent the night, and we watched Love, Actually. There were some, um, unexpected scenes in there.
Friday night I had to work, because the city school board didn't have enough members to meet Thursday night. We were out of there after about 30 minutes, but I was a bit peeved to have another couple of hours of my weekend whittled away.
I came home and ate dinner while watching The Royal Tennenbaums. Excellent movie.
(Yeah, I'm way behind in my movie viewing. It gets hard to find something that doesn't involve computer animation or talking animals when the other two are around.)
I hadn't planned on going to the family reunion yesterday, but I did. And I had to get up at 6:00 a.m. to do it, so I could ride in the same convoy as the Aunt Who Is In Charge Of All Things Familial.
Which also meant I had to help set up and take down the food. And that I was exhausted when I got home last night, and only had enough energy to make a couple of fat free Ball Park franks on the George Foreman and veg out.
And I took pictures, but Jason also took the card reader. I'll have to wait until I get back to work. The horror!
More vegging today, too, as Amanda came over after church and made us Sushi and we watched a Mystery Science Theater 3000 from Netflix. Giant Spider Invasion. Pretty horrific - horrifically bad.
I have barely moved off the couch all day. And now, I finally have computer access to catch up on teh intarwebs.
At least until I go to work tomorrow.