Monday, March 31, 2008

Oh, the life we live!

Ian and I actually had a day off together! The past few Saturdays have been spent with both of us working on different projects so we were stoked when we realized we both had the day off...together! How do we spend the day? Like any other married couple without kids:

First: Wake up waaay late.

Second: Wrestle the 120 pound dog into the bath tub for a way overdue bath!

Third: Go to Sea World and get the Fun Card Pass so now we can go whenever we want! (By the way, right now for the price of a one day pass, you can get a year pass...what a deal!)

Fourth: Play Scrabble against each other on Facebook, on separate laptops of course. This is the only game Christina can play against Ian without getting ferociously competitive.

Fifth: Ian gets to work on editing the "march movie" while Christina charges 6 loads of laundry!

A fantastic Day!

Friday, March 14, 2008

Oooh, this is weather!

I know it is strange for a native San Diegan to have an obsession for weather considering it only ranges about twenty degrees throughout the year. What can I say, I base my daily wardrobe on my meteorological research. But this is an icon I have never witnessed in my entire igoogle existence. What is that on Sunday? How am I supposed to know what to wear based on that? I am so nervous. As someone who has never prepared for "icy", I interpret that to mean, stay home.

Friday, March 7, 2008

Tip of the Day:

Do not keep your cell phone in your back pocket. There is a very good chance it may end up in the toilet. Then you will be forced buy a cheaper pinker version for the remainder of your phone plan.

On the plus side: The 6th grade girls in my small group think I am much cooler now.

Sunday, March 2, 2008

Feeling better?

This morning, before we left for church, we decided to put the cone on Darby. This foot wide monstrous plastic thing was given to us (I should say charged to us since it was listed on the very long bill) by the Vet to use if we wouldn't be around to make sure she didn't start licking her wound. When we got home, this is what we found. It was so chewed up, it definitely can't be used again. Quite the different dog than we had last night. Quite the normal dog we are used to. Welcome back Darby!

Saturday, March 1, 2008

Bad day at the Dog Park

Today, Ian took Darby to the dog park. She hasn't been in weeks. After being there for only a half hour, something happened. No one is quite sure, except that Ian heard a yelp and Darby came hobbling over to him with an inch square of skin missing from her side. He took her straight to the hospital where she had to be put under and stitched up. The poor thing came home with ten stitches, a cone, and very groggy. Because of her sad state, I broke all the rules today. She gets full access to the couch, no questions asked.

Film #2 Up and Running!!!

Check it out here. Ian finished his second short film of the year!