Because we had some plans for the weekend, we did our trip to Peet’s on Friday night. We looked around Crate & Barrel at some stuff for the house, but we don’t want to buy anything until we move (less stuff to pack & move). Some of it is stuff we need, some of it was stuff we want once the kids have grown and left.
Saturday we went out to Mark & Shannon’s for a chili and sundae party. There were 3 different chilis and then everyone brought toppings for the sundaes. Geoff made home made caramel, and it was so good on my sundae with chocolate syrup, oreos and Napoleon ice cream. (I know it’s Neapolitan) This is a picture of part of their acreage, that’s Geoff and Elijah walking back from where the horseshoes were set up.
Last night we watched Anchorman: The Legend Of Ron Burgundy. It was pretty humorous, I like Will Ferrell, probably not enough to watch Old School or Superstar though. It was definitely a “get-it-from-the-library” type of movie.
Since the middle of July, I’ve been visiting thenamelessnovel.com daily. It has gotten VERY interesting this week with the clues finally adding up to something juicy. Geoff is getting a kick out of it too now, so we visit it every morning to see what the day offers. It’s a Lemony Snicket thing, October 18th can’t come fast enough.
I was reading on Edmontonjournal.com that there will be an Alberta exhibit at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C. next June. I sent that info to Kelly and she thinks we should try to come out there for that. I love to entertain the idea of going to D.C., I really want to go. First off to see Kelly, secondly to see the sights and museums.
Next weekend is the Scottish Festival in Highlands Ranch. I’m hoping we can go on Saturday and check it out.
Well it’s a tasty dinner tonight, corn on the cob and steak. I’ll close with a quote from Anchorman.
Brick Tamland: Yeah, there were horses, and a man on fire, and I killed a guy with a trident!