Monday, February 26, 2007

Monday Monday

You know those Mondays where everything seems gloomy? That's the kind of Monday I'm having. We had a great weekend. R arrived home safely Friday night and I heard all about his trip. He loved the motorcycle and the cycling - check out the great BMW he rented!

Saturday was busy - first a showing at Brush Art Gallery, which was awesome! R couldn't help himself, so we have a new piece of art. It has to stay in the show until April 1st, but soon it will be in our possession.

In the evening, friends came over before the UMass Lowell vs. BC hockey game. I stayed home, but I hear the game was good. Afterwards, an impromptu overnight by one couple - they decided they didn't want to drive home late. So Sunday was also company-filled! We watched Babel in anticipation of the Oscars, then lunch, then R & I drove to see H, T, and most of all grand-daughter C. What a treat she is. We had a blast.

When we got home, I finished up our book club book in preparation for Monday's meeting. It is very interesting - The Plot Against America, by Philip Roth. I look forward to the discussion tonight.

I always stay up and watch the entire Oscar broadcast. I though it was pretty good - Ellen did a nice job - but it didn't have the excitement of some prior years. Now I'm tired, it's Monday, and I have to focus on work. Sigh.

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