Catherine (tenthz) wrote,


Friday: Mike and I went to see FF:RotSS. It was good. He also made me dinner! YAY for my man cooking for me.

Saturday: Broke out the sandpaper again. I'm about...hmmm... 1/3 of the way done now. Argh. Around lunch time, Albert built a (craptastic) fire in our new (nifty) firering. We roasted hotdogs for lunch. Liz left for camp (counselors had to be up there a day early).

Sunday: Skipped church. We made eggs, bacon, and english muffins for Dad's Fathers' Day brunch. Good times. I packed a lot of stuff. Also I Scotch Guarded my white chair. Unfortunately, the dry cleaners didn't get it completely white, but now at least, it won't get stained further. It was a pain in the patooty getting the covers back on. I did most of this while Mom and Dad drove Albert to camp. It will be a quiet week in which I will be playing the part of an only child again! :-D :-P

Monday: Oh, yeah, that's today. Packed a bit, but I am seriously low on good boxes that are not too big or too small. I went searching for boxes at work and came up with only 1. This. Is. Not. Good. Well, maybe it's not as drastic as I make it seem. :-P

Over the weekend I finished reading the 6th Harry Potter book. Now I've read them all in order and I'm ready for the 5th movie and the 7th (and last! *tear*) book. Sad, sad, sad. All that reading got me in the reading mood, so I picked up Lord of the Flies again. I seriously need some cliff notes for this thing or something... or what was that website? Sparknotes? Must look.

I've been putting my packed boxes in the living room... and the Grandfather Clock needs to be wound... and it's behind all the boxes. *le sigh* Either Dad's moving them himself or we won't have the melodic chimes every 15 minutes. :-P
Tags: family, life, moving, reading
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