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What’s In A Weekend?

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How was your weekend?  Ours was very nice.  Before I get into rambling about my weekend, let me invite you to play along with the Monday’s Music Moves Me crew.  You’ll find this post shortly popping up on my Home page.

Now moving on….Friday,  we had family movie night. We watched the Mel Brook’s production, History of the World Part I (fairly good). If you have a wacky and sometimes dirty sense of humor, then you will like this movie. It’s hilarious in parts, but I like Blazing Saddles better. Also, we watched, The Bounty Hunter (liked a lot) with Jennifer Aniston & Gerard Butler. Aniston and Butler play ex-wife/husband. She’s a report and he’s a former cop turned Bounty Hunter. The premise is Jennifer skips her court appearance while following a lead on a hot story, thus jumping bail and a bounty placed on her. You guessed it, Butler takes on the recovery process as a way of satisfying his pinned up estrangement toward Aniston. This is a nice romantic comedy with an interesting plot. It’s one of those of fun, feel-good flicks. I definitely recommend this!

Saturday, I had the privilege of attending a retirement party with my husband. His co-worker, Terry, greeted this milestone with a smile on his face. Congratulations!  By the way, what an interesting man he is! I mean, you don’t normally think of engineers as having spectacularly exciting lives, right? Well, before becoming an engineer, Terry, worked for the Department of Defense (I believe that’s right). He wrote the operation’s manual for the Pershing Missile, which I think is really cool stuff.

Our host and his wife have such a lovely home just north of the city. You can imagine my surprise when I stepped into their home and felt like I had been there before. I hadn’t, but I had dreamed about their home before. Isn’t it crazy? I guess it’s the way everything was laid out. I know, if we were looking for a place then it would be very much like their little piece of heaven. It was such a pleasure to meet some of the men Robin has spoken so often about and their wives. You know how awkward it can be to meet new people, right? Well, everyone was so nice and they made me feel totally at ease. I felt right at home in the circle of my newly acquired friends.

After we got home, Robin and I exchanged anniversary gifts. Yeah, we’re a bit behind on doing this, but we wanted to include our son. Robin got me Dior Pure Poison (Eau deu Parfum). If you’re not familiar with this fragrance, then visit the perfume counter to get a whiff. It’s very nice. Needless to say, I love it! What I like the most was when he smelled the perfume on my neck. He said, “You smell dangerous.” I just love it! Don’t you? I’m thrilled my Sweetie-pie of 32 years STILL feels strongly passionate toward me.

We got to take in one more movie for the weekend. We watched Killers (liked a lot) with Katherine Heigl and Ashton Kutcher. Heigl meets Kutcher while vacationing with her parents (Tom Selleck and Catherine O’Hara) in France. Naturally, they fall in love. However, little does Heigl know Kutcher is a spy who thought he could just walk away from his profession and enter the suburban life quietly as any other husband. Uh-huh, that wasn’t about to happen or not at least easily when a contract there’s a $20M contract for Kutcher’s head. This is a comedy/adventure flick rolled in with a little romance and if that’s what you’re looking for then you’re gonna like this movie!

How was your Father’s Day?  We had a nice time honoring my marvelous husband.  In honor of Father’s Day, I made my darling his favorite dessert, Cherry Delight. It’s simple and yummy! Wanna check out the recipe? Click here!  I’d like to say there is some left-over Cherry Delight, but we now speak of it in past tense.  Soooo good!  Anyhow, I got him an Apple storage case for his iPad, which turns into an easel-type stand. Really cool, if you ask me. and it’s so portable! Now to see, if it passes the test of him actually liking it. lol

Summer officially kicks off tomorrow, but it has felt like summer since the last week of May – hot & humid! No complaints or at least, I’m trying really hard to not complain.  Instead, I’m trying to savor the days because I know in a blink of an eye the seasons will change again and we’ll be facing bitterly cold temperatures.  I’m not sure which I dislike more – extreme heat or cold.  My new lease on life is to treat every day like a present and live in the moment.   If this is as bad as it gets, then who am I to fuss.  What are your plans for this week?

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