Monday, November 26, 2007

Home Again, Home Again...

I've just returned from spending Thanksgiving with Cleggy, Wendy Darling, & their family. Simply put, it ROCKED! Tasty food, fabulous friends ("FABULOUS!"), good movies, general silliness, and lots of love.

We went to Santa Land Thursday night. Watched the pop-up edition of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL 2 on the Disney Channel Friday night. Cleggy, Wendy Darling, & I did some running around on Saturday morning/afternoon and then that night we went to the movies and saw ENCHANTED. It was really good. I laughed. I cried. (I know, how shocking?!) After the Little Guy went to bed on Saturday, we watched POSEIDON. It was really good too. I laughed. I cried. I cheered when Lucky Larry got smote. :D

Oh and Wendy Darling & I totally SMOKED Cleggy & the Little Guy at Password on Sunday evening. Like I always say, Girls RULE and Boys drool! :P

Then Sunday night Cleggy & I stayed up way too late totally geeking out over the extras on the Shimmy & Shake Edition of the HAIRSPRAY DVD. Man was THAT cool! :)

I also took some really cool pictures with my camera phone on the drive up and a couple of nice ones on the drive back. The only downside to the drive home was that a passing 18-wheeler doing more than 80 miles an hour literally blew my car into a concrete construction barrier. I wasn't hurt and actually I wasn't even scared. It did scratch my car, but I guess it could have been far worse.

So my pictures are posted here. Go take a look. :)

I hope everyone had a great holiday. I know I sure did. Thanks again Cleggy & Wendy Darling! I love you guys! :)


WendyDarling said...

We had a blast too!! :-) (I also cheered when Lucky Larry was smote!) Can't wait for Christmas. :-) Your photos of the cloud ribbons are SO COOL! -)

Writeprocrastinator said...

I'm glad that you had a good time and that you are unhurt. Texas sure is beautiful in the fall, though what's up with the cyclone at Santaland???

WendyDarling said...

Hi :-) The tornado refers to "Tornado Alley". Texas, especially East Texas, is right in what is known as "Tornado Alley" because we have lots of, well... tornadoes. :-)

Writeprocrastinator said...

Wendy, I just the juxtaposition of something so happy with something so nightmarish...yikes.