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The weekend

This weekend was fun and laid back for the most part. On Saturday Cole got her haircut and we went to demo the wii. We also watched some Harry Potter – yes, you read right Harry Potter. So what if I had never seen the movies or read the books... I didn't know they were gonna be so much fun. Don't get me wrong, I'm still a bit skeptical about reading the books, but the movies are not bad at all. I'm turning into a geek! Shit!

On Sunday we went to see one of Cole's friends that had replied to the ad on Craigslist, (we're trying to find adoptive parents for Chase). Well, no dice! Her german shepherd and Chase got along while playing in the yard but once they were inside the house it was chaos. So much for that!

This whole Chase situation has got me thinking a bit... I say that I want babies but I don't even have the time or energy to deal with a dog. Is that a sign? What kind of a mother am I going to be if I can't even deal with a puppy? Maybe my first instinct of NOT having any children is the one I should follow. I don't know...

Anyway, getting back to the weekend...we also did the whole Super Bowl thing. YAY FOR THE COLTS! Way happy about that, too bad I didn't bet. The commercials during the game weren't as entertaining as past years but the Block Buster one was clearly one of the best. (In my opinion anyway).


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Feb. 6th, 2007 03:45 am (UTC)
the harry potter books reminded me that reading can actually be fun. i had been doing so much technical reading that i was getting burned out on it. i had forgotten the joy of enjoying a book so much that you devour it, reading it whenever you have a moment, staying up too late.... ah, yes.

i think that pets and children are different animals (haha). i know that is one of the yardsticks that people throw out there (taking care of a pet), but i don't know that there's an exact correlation. yes, there are skills that are/can be similar, but i don't know that it's the same. for myself, i find that i am amazed at what i am capable of at times. sometimes you don't really know until you're actually in a situation. it's different than trying to simulate it in your head.
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