Last night I went to a local film fest called "Hi Mom!" It was a little funny because I'd already seen one of the movies they showed. But Christina meet me and we had fun.
This morning as I was leaving the house for church, running a little late, my neighbor Vince greeted me and asked me if I was on my way to church and if he could come. So that was fun. We had a rousing discussion the whole way there, which may have been partly responsible for me getting lost. But we eventually found it, so it's all good. After church, a group of us including Courtney, Christina, Marco, Vince, myself and some others met at a local park for lunch. It was short, but a good time. I meet this guy, Bob? Bill? something like that who works in DC but lives in Chapel Hill (the neighboring town). He lives in DC 5 days a week and here 2 days a week. But I guess it works for him.
After that, I chit-chatted with Courtney for a while, then watched Garden State, which I'd never seen but everyone always talks about. I liked it a lot. It reminds me a lot of The Graduate, both the shots and the idea of this young guy who's not really sure what he wants from life, but knows he doesn't want what his parents have, and in the end decides all he needs is love. So, in a way I feel like it's the same message for a new generation, just with new actors.
My movie finished, I walked with Courtney and Marco to the local co-op and back, showed Christina how to take in some clothes, and baked some banana bread and cookies. Arg. I'm so domestic. Shoot me someone. Courtney had some friends over and we all hung out. Good times.
And I wish you, too, good times, dear reader. Cheers!