2.27.2007

Weekender

So, this past weekend I stayed pretty much insanely busy.



Saturday, I did laundry, watched one of the Indiana Jones movies again, went to Costco, walked to Starbucks, and watched After the Thin Man. (Which I will be reviewing soon, I have a bit of catching up to do.)


Sunday, Jessica and I went to the Promenade to see Gray Matters (another review pending), and wound up getting snagged for haircuts by the Vidal Sassoon School that's down there. We were just walking along, and this girl walks up to us and asks us if we want free haircuts, they need models, and we said yes. It took like 3 and a half hours, because it was a class, but it was fun. The haircut looks good, but it's more stylish than I usually go. I'm still trying to figure out how to style it myself. I mean, I know how to, but it's more work that I normally put into my hair, blow drying and all that. Then wax, pomade, stuff, whatever it's called. I'm capable if doing it, but I don't have the energy or the motivation to do that on a daily basis, especially not when I wear a hat to work.



After we finally got home at almost 4:30 we invaded the apartment next door to watch the Oscars. I thoroughly enjoyed myself because the Oscar results were all over the place. I was very happy that An Inconvenient Truth won both the awards it was up for, awards it actually deserved as well. It was the obvious choice for Best Documentary and while Dreamgirls (which I have yet to see) was up for 3 Oscars in the Best Song category, there was no was it was going to win when it was spread so thinly. The song from Cars may have been good, but honestly it was just like every other James Taylor song ever.



We weren't too surprised by the other wins, and we were totally cheering for Martin Scorsese. It's about damn time he won...



In other random news, I may stay in LA for a while. I think with Starbucks, I need to stick around for a little while until they at least give me one promotion, then I can go home to Florida and wait for the other promotion. I don't know. Either way, I still have to make the final decision. My mom is pushing me to look for another job altogether, thinking that I need to make more money, but she just doesn't understand that I really enjoy this.



Question of the Day: What are you having for dinner?

1 comment:

BlueCoder said...

I'm just going to assume that's a very bad photo.

At least it's not Britney bad. Speaking of which too bad Britney isn't as hot as that woman in the first Star Trek movie with the bald head.

If you want to start a tea shop you should talk to Omar at Kings Cafe. He could probably give you the details on startup costs and the in's and out's of running a small friendly local shop.