Monday, October 27, 2008

Weekend update

NFL cheerleaders are all over the Internet but actually getting to talk to them is harder than I would have guessed. I finally have a confirmed interview with one of the Redskins cheerleaders and am still hoping to line up something with a couple others. This is going to be a fun story.

This weekend I went to Charlotte for Lib's baby shower, which was, by design, more like a baby party, with an evening start time, alcoholic beverages, and no games involving melted candy bars in diapers. I got there Saturday morning and got Lib to myself all day until the party started, so I loved that. I thought about spending the night but ended up driving home late Saturday and was really glad I'd done so the next morning when I got to sleep in before church. Sunday afternoon we did nothing but watch football and eat and I took a two-hour nap.

Matthew just told me that someone put a campaign sign in front of one of our spec houses! Annoying! As if it weren't bad enough that one appeared in front of our office last week. At least that area is technically town property. Does anyone know if it would be illegal for me to take it down, though?

One time I walked up to my own car to find that someone had put a campaign bumper sticker on it -- naturally, not for a candidate I supported! Luckily, it came right off.

This weekend I bought about 15 birthday cards because I have fallen far behind on my 101-things resolution No. 3 to send a birthday card to everyone I love this year. If you have had a birthday since May, you probably haven't gotten a card from me and you may think I don't love you, but never fear, it's on its way soon.

P.S. Thanks to the lovely Swank girls, Jessica and Petra, for providing free coffee to our whole office this morning! It was a nice way to start the week.


Anonymous said...

You're going to laugh at me Jenn, but... I know a Panthers cheerleader, lol! I went to college with her. Call me or let me know if you want me to talk to her for you...

See you Wednesday!
Lauren R.

Ally said...

That sounds like a baby shower I'd enjoy. My great-aunt's church got so tired of those dumb games that there is a ban on them at their church!