Archive for May, 2003
WHAT I’M READING: A Cold Heart by Jonathan Kellerman, No Second Chance by Harlan Coben, Dreaming of the Bones by Deborah Crombie and Until the Real Thing Comes Along by Elizabeth Berg. Ha! Take that! Four at once!
WHAT I’M LISTENING TO: I just discovered Bowling for Soup and Arrogant Worms. They’re cool!
MOVIES I’VE SEEN LATELY: I saw “Max” when I was on vacation visiting Evie…probably the last really GOOD movie I’ve seen.
COOL WEBSITE I’VE JUST DISCOVERED: http://www.chicklit.com A website devoted to chicks (which I am) and books (which I love)…how could it be anything but right up my alley? I love it!
WHAT’S BEEN GOING ON: So many things have happened since I last wrote! I was off-track for a month in March (meaning school was not in, so I was off from work) and so I took two trips. One short one was down to Southern California to visit my college buddy Amanda. I stayed with her in her apartment and we had a blast hanging with her friends and just generally goofing around together. I also saw my summer roomie, Tessa, and her fiance Dave, who are getting married in August. They are a cute couple!
Then I went out and visited Evie, my roomie for Junior and Senior year of college, in Baltimore. That was the first time I have ever been on the east coast. It was cool! I saw Washington DC for the first time, and met some of Evie’s family in Northern Virginia. I also got a chance to meet some of her friends, which was cool…to get a glimpse into her world.
She hosted a dinner party while I was there where she made awesome paella that everyone loved. They also have amazing restaurants there, and Evie took me to this cool place that Amanda would love called Panera, all they have there is different kinds of bread. She also took me to a cool dessert place called Cosi where they bring a Sterno fire to your table, along with graham crackers, marshmallows and chocolate so you can (as I’m sure you’ve figured out by now) make S’mores at your table. Neato!
A few weeks later, I went to San Diego to visit Chris and see his play. Not a fabulous play LOL, but Chris was awesome in it. We also had a really good time on the visit, went to a cool Greek diner and the beach and played a rockin’ game called Therapy. Good times, yeah, Therapy is fun. Yeah. LOL
Well, that’s about it for now. I vow to start posting more often, and provide a more detailed, anecdotal recitation of the events of my life. For my own benefit later in life, should no one else care to partake. LOL