Thursday, June 10, 2010

Keeping busy

I have been managing to keep myself busy doing something everyday of break so far...

Sunday:
- Hung out at home
- Grocery shop
- Hiked up a mountain in the area with my neighbor Lindsay

Monday:
- Running errands- dry cleaner, Target
- Did week 1 reading for my online class
- Cleaned with my mom- I cleaned the linen closet- not fun
- Gym

Tuesday:
- Voted
- Grocery shopping again to come home and experiment... I made this delicious cookie. It is healthy, no? It is healthy in my mind.
- Sex and the City with Darla - it was so great to reunite with my 5 favorite girlfriends, Darla included. We had a blast, and of course I think SATC fans loved it. I wasn't a fan until I took a class in college on the show, and now it fascinates me on so many levels, especially the writing and way the story is told. Any thoughts on the movie? The wedding part at the beginning didn't seem to fit in my opinion, but it was the PC thing to do, and I was glad to see the 2 finally married.


Wednesday:
- Dealt with SBC when the technician came out- for about 5 hours we had no link retrains, but incredibly slow .5mbps internet. - The slow internet and retrains still persist.
- Linda helped me out in the afternoon with paperwork I have to submit to the state
- Dinner with my mom and her at Sizzler

Thursday:
- Gym
- Working on the paperwork Linda got me started on that I have to submit to the state
- Have school later tonight
Update: My Thursday night class is taught by a teacher my dad used to work with. Soooo funny! Names came up, I mentioned my dad's name because we were mentioning how we were named, he asked if my dad was the one who used to work at X school, and I said yes. I scored lots of extra points... haha

Friday:
- Working on the paperwork I have to submit to the state again as my advisor wants it turned in by Saturday or Sunday at the latest.

Plans for next week:
- LA Pride...? maybe? Dennis probably won't go, and The Guy has no want to go
- Hang out with Gonzo
- Hang out with my best friend from Mississippi- he'll be down in Carlsbad
- Do my assignment for the online class
- Plan to hang out with Darla again

5 comments:

Closet said...

I've seen Robin Hood (liked it).

Saw karate kid tonight (surprised me that I liked it).

I saw Killers last night (didn't like it but would watch the scene where Kutcher's shirt at the beginning, he's shirtless for a long time, nice lean chest, I wanted to do things to it).

I've avoided SITC because I heard it was horrible, so I'm glad you liked it enough that I can go without thinking it's going to be awful. I had heard such bad things about it that it scared me away. I didn't watch the TV show much, but found it entertaining and I liked the first movie.

Closet said...

you can also trade your iphone in to Radioshack.com...they give you a credit and you can buy something else, like another iphone. A friend that works at an apple store told me about that one.

Mike said...

Wonder how much Radio Shack would give towards it.

On another note I was at Best Buy tonight and saw they have a technology upgrade program I guess- don't recall the name of it- but it was along the lines of technology outdates itself so quickly, be ready to trade up. I'm sure some monthly fee is involved and stuff like that- may be worth it. Not sure if it works on iPhones.

Mike said...

Wonder how much Radio Shack would give towards it.

On another note I was at Best Buy tonight and saw they have a technology upgrade program I guess- don't recall the name of it- but it was along the lines of technology outdates itself so quickly, be ready to trade up. I'm sure some monthly fee is involved and stuff like that- may be worth it. Not sure if it works on iPhones.

Closet said...

I messed around on Radioshack.com...gave my phone 4 star condtion and the credit was like $238...3 stars condition and it was like $187.

Do you have applecare? If you do I'll email you what my friend that works at the applestore told me. the ultimate hook up.