Monday, February 26, 2007

It's Monday? Already?

Boy, they don't make those three and a half-day weekends like they used to.

Yea, I get three and a half-day weekends. It's a tough job, but somebody's gotta do it. Usually three and a half days is plenty, but this weekend just flew by.

Isn't that always the way, though? If you're bored, the time draaaaags. But if you're havin a blast, the time...well, it just zoooooms by.

A couple of our dear friends spent the weekend. I cooked up a big ole pot of mussels again...damn but those little buggers are good! They musta thought so too, 'cause we scarfed every last one of 'em. We were up until 2 am talking and laughing and just generally really enjoying each other's company.

Got up Sunday morning and drank a couple of pots of coffee and decided to go out for breakfast. After trying to come up with some place that wouldn't be packed, we decided on the Sterling Family Restaurant. Figured if it was good enough for ole GW, it was good enough for us. And it was. Good food. Cheap prices. Reasonably clean...except for the bathroom. ICK! Glad we'd all already eaten before I used the littl girl's room. I'm hoping the kitchen was a helluva lot cleaner.

Oh well. Nobody got sick. Which is always a good sign, right?

After a long, leisurely breakfast, they wanted to see the new digs, so we took a little drive. Nearly all the snow was melted, so we were able to get a good look at the yard. Unfortunately, that was all. It looks like the couple that are renting it for three or four months while their house is being built have already moved in.

'Course, just lookin at it again made us wanna come home and start packing. (sigh) Sometimes, it sucks being a nice person.

Anywho, the yard is great. Plenty of parking too, which we weren't able to see when we were there last time. It'll be nice not to hafta jockey for positon like we do here sometimes. We also checked out the nearby town...seems like a pretty nice little place. Pretty much everything you'd want in a small town and then some.

Back home again, a few more cups of coffee and some more great conversation, and it was time for our friends to head south.

A late afternoon nap and poof!. Sunday was gone.

I had every intention of actually doing something today. But ya know what they say...the road to hell is paved with good intentions.

Guess I'd better pack my sunblock, huh?


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