Catherine (tenthz) wrote,

Quick weekend update

Friday I got out of work early and got my new driver's license photo taken. Amazing how much different I look. Kinda bizarre. I think the glasses make a big difference, though. After that I was already in the area, so I swung by the Harrisburg East Mall to watch Mike in action @ Radio Shack. And action it was! It was crazy-busy, so I walked over to the food court and got an Orange Julis (yum) and then checked out a couple stores. Got to finally chat with Mike for a bit when things calmed down. Friday night Heather, Liz, and I watched Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants which Heather gave me for my birthday! Great movie. :-D I officially have run out of room on my DVD shelves. :-P

Saturday, Heather headed out in the morning. I did laundry, went grocery shopping, and then baked lots of cookies. Mike worked late and then came over to finish off watching all the LOST-season-one-DVD-special-features. We are officially finished! Watched every last inch of them. :-)

This morning we had a congregational meeting (congrats to the re-elected councilman, including my father who is starting his 6th year of being VP) and then church. Church was good. After church, I got some stuff ready and then Mike came over and we left to go to our pre-concert rehersal.

Note about the concert. It went swimmingly. Awesome. And so much fun! I do wish the audience had been bigger, but hopefully everyone who was there will tell at least one friend and we will start to grow again! Mike and I were both lamenting about how it seems to be that we were just getting used to the group and settling in and feeling like we belonged... and now it's time to break for the summer. :-/ The reception afterwards was lots of fun, too. I got to meet Mike's boss, Steve (who is interested in joining in the fall)... omg, that man is hilarious. :-P He is also a cookie monster. LOL. Good times, good times.

We came back here after the concert and we finally managed to find all the tools necessary for changing the brake-lights on a 1989 Buick LeSabre. Let me tell you, no simple task. Luckily my father has 5,000,000,000 tools in the house and the garage and the barn and we managed to find a friggen torx screw driver. After that it was only about another 20 minutes of fighting with coroded bulbs, gook, and stuff. Good to be fixed, though. Especially for a total cost of $1.99. Thanks to dad for the free tool rental. ;-)

We were definitely not hungry after all the food at the reception, so we just started watching LOST (2nd season). We've still got a bunch of episodes to download/watch/etc. I've come to the end of my free downloading, but apparently Mike got some iTunes credits on a box of cereal. Not that I'm expecting them to take us that far. :-P The next up for watching is 23rd Psalm, which I love.

Okay, time for bed! A long week ahead.
Tags: life, singing
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