It’s been a few weeks… let’s see…
- Last week, two movies in the theatre – both great and worth seeing! “The Impossible” with Marissa with Wehrenberg free popcorn Wednesdays and “Silver Linings Playbook” with Deadra with matinee junkies in the suburbs! I can’t wait to see “Silver Linings Playbook” AGAIN. I can’t wait to buy it!
- Braving the ice to have a Walkie Talkie and HuHot at the mall!
- Quiet and relaxing days away from work – maybe I’m getting my reading-groove back!
- Foursquare chats with Troy – love that I’m his only follower! Love living vicariously through him – and can’t wait to get back to NYC to get some check-ins with him!
- Good food, good wine, good movies and good chats with Deadra during her recovery from foot surgery last week – with some great Just Dance moves, as well!
- January has felt sort of “normal” – not super-booked, so I’m getting things done at home and I’m reading and I’m enjoying it!
- Pride & Prejudice turned 200 this week! Isn’t that amazing!
- Going to Rushford and having choir cancelled – just a night on the couch with Mom and Marissa!
Looking forward to:
- Hosting a Fiesta Baby Shower in a few weeks!
- Going to work tonight (10:30PM) for my first day of Year Two at Mayo! Woot!
- Groundhog’s Day – always a fun, obscure little holiday!
- SocialICE is coming up soon! Looking forward to listening to music and enjoying the Minnesota winter with beverages!
- Finishing the BBC version of Pride & Prejudice… it’s just so good. I find myself smiling while watching it.
- Starting “Gone with the Wind” and “The Great Gatsby” – hoping for good reading groove in February!
- Gave Koni “Pride & Prejudice” to read – I will have to prod her along so we can talk about it!
I know there’s more, but that’s all for tonight! Right now I’m happy that I will soon go find a drive-thru for one more cup of coffee to get me through the night! Have to recover quickly to work the weekend, so wish me luck!
What’s making you happy?
- 8 Ways Happy People Are Different From Everyone Else (inc.com)
- Showbiz: Why Pride and Prejudice is as relevant today as it ever was (walesonline.co.uk)