Dr. Horrible’s Sing-a-Long Blog.
We watched it as a sing-a-long. And now I’m blogging about it. Inception!
That evening the seniors pulled their annual prank. Every year the juniors vow they’re going to do a better job, and every year the seniors just kind-of trash the place.
They were a fun bunch.
Oh, okay, this was a really random grouping of photos. Here’s the refreshment set-up for the church activity where I hosted a trivia night:
I took this in part to demonstrate my lack of party-hosting cares. While I would have satisfied with having food, a few of the ladies on the committee (one of whom is a professional party planner) always insist on going all out. Table cloths for all occasions! Food-specific containers! Galvanized buckets! Themed food labels! If it’s not a new font, it’s worthless!
It’s cute, I’ll admit, but definitely more work than I’d put into an event we have to host every month.
Speaking of food, Fara, Lisa, and I went to an antiques street market downtown and then grabbed lunch at Atomic Cowboy. They’re an off-shoot of DenBisCo (Denver Biscuit Company). We split their sweet potato fries, and I enjoyed a chicken ‘n’ biscuit sandwich. Yum!
Last random photo:
That’s the bag Lisa and I both got for our summer travels (huh. It’s also gone up $10 on Amazon since I bought it. Score!). It’s uber-theft-proof: Non-slashable straps, RFID protection, locking zipper pulls, the whole nine yards. I used it in New York, and it seems pretty doable. It’s not too hideous for a protected travel bag, and I like the waterbottle pockets on the sides.
Speaking of travel, I’m getting pretty darn close to my big trip this summer. I think I’m about there. I’ll do some laundry and start packing tomorrow, but no rush. Weirdly.
The weather’s looking good (high 70’s-low80’s in both Seoul and Japan), and I just sent off my last reservation inquiry this afternoon. If it works out, I’ll be staying at a Buddhist temple and participating in some meditation rites while Jason’s off climbing a mountain. It’ll be interested to compare that experience to the one in Thailand, and I’m curious to see their giant graveyard. Plus, I apparently have to take a funicular to get there. What’s more fun than a funicular?