Sunday, January 07, 2007

We have been keeping busy





(which is good because tomorrow I start school and things are going to start sucking).



This weekend we not only watched "A Scanner Darkly" (which is very weird and perhaps a movie created by people who were on drugs?) and "Lady in the Water" (which is also weird but you expect it because the guy who made it always makes strange movies anyway), but we also saw "A Night in the Musuem" last night. It isn't a movie that we would normally go see (It's PG and Dennis is tired of Robin Williams) but it was a good family movie (It reminded me of "Jumanji") And I thought of Cindy :)



Today, I did laundry and mentally prepared myself for the fact that today is my last day of vacation and things being awesome with hubby. Tomorrow I start back up with Greek and a class called "Theology of Ministry". It's nothing so horribly stressful in and of itself but you add in


  1. dennis is going to school too and will be in Tennesee for the last 2 weeks of January. I can't drive.

  2. family problems

  3. daily wifely duties that include the dishes and laundry and making the bed and kissing hubby when he comes home and listening to him talk about a job that is really horrible where they treat him like crap

  4. God is here on the list somewhere!

  5. I'm on the list somewhere!

But that is why I have a blog. (Hugs to all of you guys!!!)


photos- the cheescake factory, last night and some belated photos from our Christmas morning in Las Vegas.

4 comments:

B r i a n & G a b r i e l a said...

Hello Erin. Here I copy you the answer to your last comment in my most recent post. Thanks for your visits. I appreciate that a lot.

"Yes, unfortunatelly Oaxaca is not doing well at all. I was told that even some tourists have cancelled their flights to Mexico as they were planning on visiting Oaxaca but since there is a huge unstability there for now, nobody can visit it safely. I hope in God the situation in that State gets better, as that is one of the poorest States in the Country.

Thanks for your comments Erin and I'm glad you liked the pics and the video. Blessings. I will copy this message in your blog just in case you don't read this one here.

Best Regards from your Mexican friend,

Gabriela.

P.S. These buildings indeed are so old and proudly have a big history. Some buildings were builded since the 1600's. Take care."

B r i a n & G a b r i e l a said...

Seems guys that you have been doing well and I'm happy for you.

Those are very lovely pics, in Las Vegas and at the Cheesecake factory, Erin.

Congrats of the purchase of the laptop. Those are more practical to use.

Take care and I send you a big hug.

Best Regards,

Gabriela.

I'm Just Sayin... said...

Wait - you spent Christmas in Vegas? Nice :-)

Why is Dennis going to Tennessee for school?

Deane worked at BofA for awhile and didn't like it either, I'm sorry about how they treat him!!!

I hope going back to school is an easy transition for you both!

cindy said...

Ohhh lovely photos. I so love them! You look so cute with Dennis at the Christmas tree. :D