michaeljr915 (michaeljr915) wrote,

The Weekend

I don't remember much of Friday. Unless something fun happens, I guess I usually don't.

It was National System Administrators' Day. Jokingly I told bosslady that I and my co-admin were going to go home; she said "yeah right, but I'm going home anyway." It was funny.
Saw Something's Gotta Give. Good movie, though I thought the ending was a bit abrupt.

Saturday started out the usual... A little bit of WoW, cleaning, bills. I decided to get in the shower and my brother came home - apparently he hadn't come home at all Friday night - and I heard Mom yelling at him. I knew then I needed to get out.
So after I showered I just went out. I went to Barnes&Noble to pick up Guilty Pleasures, an Anita Blake Vampire Hunter novel. (Geez, I sound like an advertisement.) Also managed to grab Angel, the TV Soundtrack and Police Academy on DVD.
Saw my old friend from High School, Jeff. We chatted about stuffages for a while and exchanged email addresses.
Went to the Mall and wandered around. I was hungry, but not muchly so, so I went to the movies and saw Must Love Dogs. Very good movie, cute.
Went and got chinese food, but the food court was so packed, I drove home, parked in the lot near the house and ate it there. Very nice breeze.
Watched Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.

Sunday we went to Church. I just can't seem to keep my eyes open, even when I go to bed entirely too early to get up on time (which I always do anyway). Did some reading, watched parts of The Terminal with a budding migraine.
Then I was loudly reminded (you may recall I'm sensitive to sound when migrainal) that we had a gradumatation party to go to for my brother's friend's sister. I didn't want to go, but I did.
The food was good. The high-school graduate-age girls were cute. But the humidity, sun, and loud music was just too much so I went home. Fell asleep at my desk watching The Terminal, but eventually finished it.
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