Another weekend over, another month over. Well, not exactly. Now it’s July, so it’s a new month. Technically.
This is me in Springfield:
(get your own at the movie website!)
I’m watching Rent–the movie–right now. I’d never seen it before. I’m trying to watch as many of my movies in the Netflix queue as I can before July 15th, just in case I actually decide to cancel. I’m cutting out every extra thing that costs that I can, because I want to save as much as I can. But Netflix–it’s so relatively cheap and I get to watch lots of movies, and it’s so much cheaper than going to a movie, and driving to a movie. *sigh*
Spent the weekend with little Aidan. We had a few trying times. He can be stubborn and dramatic, and he also had a penchant for being very demanding in not a nice way, so I’m teaching him that he can’t speak to me the way he tries to. But most of the time he was perfectly sweet, and I think I did a good job of handling him and teaching him, plus enjoying him, this weekend.
As of today, No More Extra Spending. So I decided to treat us both yesterday. We went to a matinee showing of Ratatouille, which was very cute. I also found out something weird. When you go to order matinee tickets online, they charge $6.50 for adults, $5.50 for kids, plus a $1 convenience charge for each. At the theatre, the tickets cost $4 each. I’m so glad I waited until I was at the theatre to get the tickets! After the movie, we ate McDonalds (yeah, that’ll be my last time there for a while. Whatever made me think I’d be able to eat a quarter pounder with cheese?), and then came home, watched DVDs and crashed.
Today I took Aidan to Goodale Park and used the lens that Richard gave me. Good times.
Lily pads and yellow flower.
Peace sign in the middle of the pond.
Taken by Aidan.
New work week ahead. *sigh* The good thing is that Wednesday is FREE for me. What are you doing for July 4th? I think I’ll be eating spaghetti and watching DVDs. Werd.
Oh GOD Sarah Silverman is on my TV now. Ack. I don’t like her humor, so I guess that makes me a “retard.” But not getting into that right now.