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My husband and I are going to be working the sound and tech for our local Clown College Graduation (one of the clown instructors goes to our church, so we help him out), on Saturday morning/afternoon. It's being held at a large mall about 40 minutes away from where we live, so in between helping and such, I'll be traipsing around the mall, perhaps doing some shopping. Though I always end up in the bookstore there - I don't really need anymore makeup right now. I could use some Starbucks, though.


I'm hoping to get to see M. Night Shyamalan's new film "The Village" this weekend, but not sure when. We may wait until early in the week, and go on a weeknight to avoid some crowds. And of course we have church Sunday morning, and no major plans afterwards. I think it's time for a trip to Target!


What are YOUR plans?

Have a great weekend!

 
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Originally Posted by Kage_sCupotea My husband and I are going to be working the sound and tech for our local Clown College Graduation (one of the clown instructors goes to our church, so we help him out), on Saturday morning/afternoon. It's being held at a large mall about 40 minutes away from where we live, so in between helping and such, I'll be traipsing around the mall, perhaps doing some shopping. Though I always end up in the bookstore there - I don't really need anymore makeup right now. I could use some Starbucks, though.

I'm hoping to get to see M. Night Shyamalan's new film "The Village" this weekend, but not sure when. We may wait until early in the week, and go on a weeknight to avoid some crowds. And of course we have church Sunday morning, and no major plans afterwards. I think it's time for a trip to Target!


What are YOUR plans?

Have a great weekend!

-A night out with a friend and his g/friend with my hubs-A trip to San Luis Obispo to see some developments and to visit with my mom (it's her bday!)

-More applications to fill out on Sunday



 
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I wish. Until I get my car fixed I have no plans. Besides staying home, that is. My neice might come over for the weekend; but I'm not sure. But I have no real plans.

 
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No real plans. The SO is out of town visiting his cousin and left me with our co-dependent dog, he usually brings him everywhere he goes but, for some reason he left him home. So, basically I'll have to entertain Roofus *major PITA!* for the weekend but, at least it'll get me out exercizing.
 
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This weekend will be full for us too. Tomorrow (SAT) our new pool will get it's pebbletch plaster installed (look here for that) then it's water time next week!

Sunday is our swimming lessons for little Cameron at the local Australian Swim School then lunch out either chinese pick up sticks or Rubios Fish Tacos LOL





Originally Posted by Kage_sCupotea

My husband and I are going to be working the sound and tech for our local Clown College Graduation (one of the clown instructors goes to our church, so we help him out), on Saturday morning/afternoon. It's being held at a large mall about 40 minutes away from where we live, so in between helping and such, I'll be traipsing around the mall, perhaps doing some shopping. Though I always end up in the bookstore there - I don't really need anymore makeup right now. I could use some Starbucks, though.

I'm hoping to get to see M. Night Shyamalan's new film "The Village" this weekend, but not sure when. We may wait until early in the week, and go on a weeknight to avoid some crowds. And of course we have church Sunday morning, and no major plans afterwards. I think it's time for a trip to Target!


What are YOUR plans?

Have a great weekend!





 
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Originally Posted by Kage_sCupotea My husband and I are going to be working the sound and tech for our local Clown College Graduation (one of the clown instructors goes to our church, so we help him out), on Saturday morning/afternoon. It's being held at a large mall about 40 minutes away from where we live, so in between helping and such, I'll be traipsing around the mall, perhaps doing some shopping. Though I always end up in the bookstore there - I don't really need anymore makeup right now. I could use some Starbucks, though.

I'm hoping to get to see M. Night Shyamalan's new film "The Village" this weekend, but not sure when. We may wait until early in the week, and go on a weeknight to avoid some crowds. And of course we have church Sunday morning, and no major plans afterwards. I think it's time for a trip to Target!


What are YOUR plans?

Have a great weekend!

 
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It's my oldest daughters 24th. Birthday so we are having a cookout today, I just don't feel like I am old enough to have a 24 year old kid
 
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Man! Tell me about it! My son will be 18 on Tuesday, seems like yesterday that he came up to my knee, now he's a 6'3" giant! He's still my baby though.

Originally Posted by Harleymom10860 It's my oldest daughters 24th. Birthday so we are having a cookout today, I just don't feel like I am old enough to have a 24 year old kid
 
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Originally Posted by Irishgirl Looks like it's going to be errands for me mostly this weekend..Have to stop by my mother-in-law's house and pay a visit..Unfortunately, we found out this week that she has uterine cancer..In the past 3 1/2 years, she's had 2 major strokes, 2 heart attacks, and open heart surgery; no joke..I thought she was cheating death before but it doesn't look good right now so I want to get over there to see her. Good for you, Irish. I'm sorry to hear about all her troubles. It's so sad that the end of our lives are often spent being sick or incapacitated in some way. If I make it to heaven, I'll be sure to find out the reason for that. It's always made me angry.
I will say a little prayer for her.

You are sweet to visit her.

Cali



 
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nothing! absolutely nothing, and its fabulous. well, maybe some dishes, but otherwise, nothing but fun stuff like going to the movies, the library, the grocery store, and getting together for six feet under. yay!

 
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Sending my *prayers* to you Kristina


My weekend is gonna be just RELAXING. We've a national holiday on Monday so i'm doing NOTHING!!

 
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Well I worked yesterday, had a nice realxing bath afterwards because i was so tired and today i plan to do some psychology coursework. Oh so much fun my weekend is!

 
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Steve - did you get to see "The Village?" After collecting the equipment at church Friday night for the Saturday morning Clown College Graduation, we almost went with a group of church friends to see it Friday night. However, we realized it wasn't going to be over until around 1am, and we had to be up early Saturday for the Clown College. We considered going to see it early this week, but then it turned out we got into a Saturday matinee after the Graduation, and saved money that we would have spent for a night show this week! Yay for saving money (we're having some major financial issues right now)!

So, if you saw it - how'd you like it? We really enjoyed it!!! I'll probably post about it on "The Village" thread.


Originally Posted by Steve Hopefully, my wife will get rid of her migraine and we'll be able to go to the movie and see the Village. Other than that, the kids are away so mommy & daddy will play --- hehehehe.
 
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Yeah...we paid $6, versus $8 or $8.50 for night shows here. Plus, we have a card where they stamp each time you see a movie, so you get a freebie after a certain amount. We don't go to the movies very often, but it seems all the films we want to see come out at one time. We've seen 3 or 4 in the past month or 2.

We enjoyed it as well. I think it was definitely creative, and I am eager to watch it again, to see things that one might miss the first time. I love his films.


Originally Posted by Steve Yep, we saw it Saturday -- matinee also! I'm not sure if it is the Jew in me or what but matinee's sure don't seem as cheap as they used to be!!! I think I paid $6.50 per ticket.

Anyway, we liked it very much. We liked Sixth Sense and Signs a little more, but like I said, we still like it very much and it was worth the money. Heck, even if I paid the $7.50 full price I would have still said it was worth it!


 

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