Sunday, March 29, 2009

Weekend Update

We had a great little birthday party for Grant. Grandma and Grandpa came (despite the nasty snow/ice mix) and one of Grant's little one year old buddies and his family came. We had pizza and cake and presents, of course! Grant had so much fun he had to being it all down a notch by getting a cold. He is one runny nosed, drooling baby today!

The weather was pretty nice today after the snow melted so Aaron, Bryn, Grant and I walked to the park. Of course it was a little colder than I thought it was so we all were a little cool by the time we got home, but it was nice to get out anyway. I am looking forward to some nice days here before too long...

I went to bookclub today even though I haven't finished the book. I very rarely don't get a book read before the meeting, but Watership Down just got the best of me and took a little longer to read than I thought it would. Evidently I am right at the part where it starts to get really exciting so I guess I better finish it. Considering the fact that I am pretty fond of rabbits I am not quite sure how I got through all of these years without reading it. I must say it is not my favorite book ever, but it is good. Of course I don't think I have ever read a book that I regret taking the time to read so I am probably not the best judge of a good book!

I got most of my training walking in this week. I only ended up short by a couple of miles. Maybe having a new battery in my iPod nano will give me all the boost I need to get all of my walking in this week!

1 comment:

Debi said...

So glad to hear that cutie-pie had a nice party!!! You will share some pictures, won't you?

I've never read Watership Down, but really would like to someday. Too many damn books out there. Annie really loved it. And I know what you mean...I'm not sure I'm the most discriminating judge of books either. I'm definitely not terribly discriminating when it comes to movies. I think that actually makes us lucky though, or least that's how I look at it.

Congratulations on your training! That must feel so good!!! I'm so proud of you, but then I've always admired the way that you manage to accomplish everything you set your mind to!