Sunday, November 12, 2006

My loving husband got up and made my favorite breakfast for me: Eggs Benedict. Mmmmmm. Home-made hollendaise sauce is really the best. And to make it extra naughty be melted a slice of cheese under the ham. Oh boy.... Hellooooo heart attack. I sometimes wish I my tastes were less rich but I've always been this way. I try to eat healthy for the majority of my life but when my husband makes me eggs benny am I going to refuse? Hardly.
I had a really lovely weekend. I saw the movie Running with Scissors with my friends. It was one of those movies that sucks you in so much you have a skewed sense of reality when you walk out.
Today, I went to the Chek Slovak village in Cedar Rapids and saw a Christmas fair at the farmers market there. I ate smoked bratwurst with saurkraut and drank spiced cider with Rich, Joshua and Genevieve. We went to Kid'r'us after and looked at toys. I'm shopping for something very special I'm looking into for Madeline but it has to be just right so I'm going to take my time picking it out. I knitted a lot because I'm working on a project for the baby I wasn't supposed to know about (as I've been calling it). It was a full- all for me and none for work- weekend. I love those. Oh yeah, and I got to do one of my favorite things- I went on a dog walk out behind my apartment building (in the wetlands) with my friend JR and his daughter Hannah. There's actually more, too! I sang Karaoke at the American Legion with friends. The songs I sang were:
-Bon Jovi: Livin' on a prayer

-Fever
-One way or another by Blondie

I had a good weekend. I'm going to finish it off by watching an all new episode of The Simpsons.

Ahhhhhhh... Too bad we have to get off our duffs and work every Monday morning. Ah, it's not so bad. I like my job, too.

Who else had a nice weekend?

3 comments:

Chet & Gini said...

I enjoyed my weekend mostly because I had no where to go Saturday but here and got my housework done around 10:30, so I had the rest of it to myself. I am working on an afghan for a friend's daughter who recently got married.

Rissa said...

I loved that book "Running with Scissors". I have been waiting for the movie to come out. The movies are never as good though. I too couldn't pass up my favorite breakfast on Sunday, Brads pancakes with loads of maple syrup. Yummy!

Mike and Annette said...

Sounds like a good weekend. I wish I could figure out how you all get your husbands to make breakfast for you. The closest I can come is Mike suggestion we go out for breakfast!
You are lucky ladies.