This has been a hectic week...very busy but it feels like despite being busy every minute I accomplished very little. Work was busy too. On Wednesday, the SWAT team showed up and asked if they could use the church building for training. lol!! I know this sounds weird but one of the SWAT member comes to church so it's okay. The church may be small in number but it's a really big rambling building with lots of rooms. It's funny to go to the door and have the cops there asking if they can come in. I also got a new computer at work so I've been busy getting it set up and all my info and programs reloaded. It's such a rush when the new computer boots up and you look at the pie chart of the hard drive and it's almost all free space!!
At home, the boys and I went to the movies twice this week. Wednesday we saw Live Free or Die Hard. It was fun and a big hit with the boys. It's almost not stop action but a fun movie. Then today we went to see Ratatouille. Quite a difference but the boys and I loved that one too. It's a really cute movie and the animation is awesome. We went to a matinee but vowed next time we to a Pixar movie we'd go late, late at night. I don't think the really little kids appreciated the movie. It didn't hold their attention all the way through. But a great movie nonetheless. Next week they want to see Transformers. I'm not as excited about that one but I'm not opposed to going.
I finally got the correct book from Amazon. Slices of Life Scrapbooking. I also got the new issue of Digital Scrapbooking in the mail and bought the new Better Homes and Gardens The Ultimate Guide to Digital Scrapbooking. I haven't had a chance to just sit and read them. I need to make time this weekend.
One more thing. Alex and I watched the new USA Network show Burn Notice. I love it!!! A favorite new show! I got a season pass on my TiVo and moved it to #3 on my list!! Of course i have always loved Jeffrey Donovan. And he is perfect for this character!!
I have pink geraniums in a pretty pink ceramic pot on my front porch. My closeups still leave a lot to be desired but I do manage to capture a few decent ones.