Monday, October 13, 2008

The Disjointed Post

This past weekend was my kinda weekend. It involved lotsa pajamas, lots of boyfriend, a horror flick, Mario Kart and Miller Lite.

Friday night, we stayed in and boyfriend grilled the most fabulous burgers! We ate outside on our patio and actually had time to talk.

On Saturday night, we did more of the same but this time, Noelle came over. I was happy that she did because that meant that I could sit home in sweats and gab about shopping, boys and clothes.

On Saturday afternoon, boyfriend and I ran errands, and searched high and low for our Halloween costumes. We narrowed it down to three choices, and were on a mission to narrow our choices down to one.

Boyfriend and I are huge Halloween junkies, and love haunted houses, horror flicks and dressing up. In regards to our costumes our three choices included (I'm not telling which one we picked yet, but feel free to weigh in) Wednesday Addams and Uncle Fester, Malice (not Alice) in Wonderland and Dead Hatter, and Jack Skellington and the Corpse Bride.

I am my mother's daughter. When I was little I always wanted to be a cheerleader or a pretty princess. Mom agreed, but only if I had a bullet hole right between the eyes. We weren't allowed to be cute, we had to be scary and/or dead. As a result of mom, you have a 27 year old that would rather dress up as Malice (complete with ripped outfit and blood stains) than Alice.

Anyways, we searched high and low, and finally ordered something online.

On Sunday, we made a trip down to Ikea to pick up a bookcase and then met up with our friends for some football (watching, that is). Boyfriend's team lost, but he was okay with it-- especially since Dallas lost as well. My team had a well deserved Bye week.

And here we are.. it's Monday. Although I love Columbus, the higher ups in my county do not and I was forced to spend a perfectly good holiday at work.

Work was busy, my principal is still evil, and I'm supposed to turn in a schedule so that she knows what I'm doing at all times. Hah. I don't even know that.

In other news, I decided to join Weight Watchers again. This time, I think that I'm actually going to try.

3 comments:

my mid mid-life crisis said...

Pachenga Grill in O-town. Yes, I like to drink away my sorrows.

Rejoined WW, huh? Online or in person? I'm finding it's not that hard once you get the hang of it. It also helps me to make better choices when I'm eating.

Seriously, who says make good choices to an adult? Only a teacher, I suppose. Good news is, you won't make fun of me because I'm sure you've said it a time or two in your convo's with adults. :)

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