Yesterday I went to Springfield for Lizzle and Rob's wedding. I was worried when I woke up because it was raining, but later it got really sunny so the weather was beautiful for the wedding.
It's so strange that people my age are starting to get married. We all decided last night that one of us needs to get married every year so we can all get together. Not that we need to get married to have a reunion, but it does give us a good excuse.
I'm in rough shape today, though. The shoes I wore to the wedding gave me blisters. In order to walk without limping I've kind of been walking on the sides of my feet, which is making my ankles hurt. I'm hoping I can still walk tomorrow. My neck is sore from sleeping on the floor and I'm really tired, even though I just woke up from an unplanned nap while watching The Others.
We went to my mom's company picnic earlier. It was at Fifth Third field, where the Dayton Dragons play. It was fun for a while, but there wasn't much for adults to do. They had a lot of kid games, though, and they let the kids play baseball on the field, which was entertaining for a while. Apparently there was some band playing later, but we left before they started. My mom says I might know who they are because "it's one of those bands the kids listen to," but she couldn't remember the band's name. Now it's driving me nuts. Because I want to know. I guess they're playing at some other event that Kettering Medical Center is having, so at least if it's someone good I haven't completely missed it.
I might have good news tomorrow, but I don't want to jinx it by saying what it is. So you'll all have to wait. And cross your fingers.
Also? How excited am I for THIS?
The answer . . . very.
Reading: The Hours.
Watching: The Seven Wonders of Egypt. Shut up, it's interesting.
Wondering: Why I don't just go to bed.