Had a simultaneously very active and very lazy weekend. Friday night I saw Fantastic Four. Though not fantastic, it was sufficiently entertaining. I suppose “Sufficiently Entertaining Four” just doesn’t have the same ring to it. I think it must be suffering from the bandwagon effect with all the really bad reviews, because it definitely wasn’t as bad as some of the reviews make it out to be. On the other hand, my expectations were so low, they could have done the whole movie with Barbie dolls and crayons and I wouldn’t have minded.
Saturday morning I ran with Buddy while May Ling and Florence biked. It was my first run in a couple weeks, and I definitely felt it. Afterwards Buddy and I watched the National Scrabble Championships, which I had DVRed for him. After that, I “acted” (and believe me, I use that word generously) in May Ling’s project for her film class. Later in the afternoon I “played” (and believe me, I use that word generously) volleyball with some friends, and we had dinner at Olive Garden afterwards. In the evening, I Remote Desktop-ed into my computer at work, and ended up doing work until 3am. Oops.
Since I stayed up so late the night before, I didn’t get up until close to 1pm on Sunday. I went to the mall intending to buy new jeans, but discovered the Gap was under renovation. Curses. Instead I ran some other errands. I cooked spaghetti sauce while I watched the deplorable
Work will likely be crazy for at least a couple more weeks. The car is still in pieces, but at least all the parts are in the same country.