Thursday, April 05, 2007

Love is, apparently, in the air

I have 8 weddings to attend, including my own, in just over a year. Add on Jo's wedding last October and we're up to 9. Here is my calendar of major events through 2008:

May 27 - Katy & Corey's wedding (my cousin)
July 7 - Nate's wedding (from Juniata)
(July 21 - Harry Potter release)
September 1 - My wedding with Paul!
September 29 - Lisa & Josh's wedding (but I hear a rumor this might be a JP, and not necessarily on this date? Juniatians, let me know if you have details)
November 10 - Laura K's wedding (from Juniata choir)
December 15 - Kelly & Reed's wedding (from Camp Hill/TLC/Nawakwa)
April 26 2008 - Kelly & Luke's wedding (from Nawakwa/TLC)
June 14 2008 - Jamie & Adam's wedding (from Juniata)

If Harry Potter and Ginny Weasley get married, that makes 10 weddings, including mine and retroactively including Jo's. Not that I think Ginny & Harry will get married in book 7, but they might. If Harry lives, that is. So that's potentially 10 weddings in less than 2 years, one fictional, one already past, and one MINE. Crazy!!



In other news, I got half-dressed to ride my bike to work today, but then I looked at the weather online and saw that it was only 38 degrees, feels like 30 degrees with wind chill. That's too cold for me. Looks like it will be next Monday until I might be able to ride again.

Looking forward to Easter Sunday up in PA - TLC will have great music, then lunch with my family followed by dinner with Paul's family makes for a warm, fuzzy, fun day. I like Easter. I just hope it warms up a bit...

Camera still broken - I need to go on Canon's website and figure out how much it costs to get it fixed.

Reading "Middlesex" by Jeffrey Eugenides, and really enjoying it...I wish I was reading it right now!

Went to Border's last night and discovered there exists a "Stitch n' Bitch CROCHET: The Happy Hooker"!! I flipped through it, and I WANT it very much. I also happened to glance over the instructions for the Afghan stitch, which I have a hook for but mine always came out slanty, and I learned what I have been doing wrong, so I went home and made a square in afghan stitch and it came out correctly! Yay.

OK ok, I suppose I must get back to work.

2 comments:

  1. The crochet book is a possible birthday present for you...any takers?

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