Monday, June 1, 2009

Hello? Are You Still There?

I know, I know--I suck. Apparently my little ol' blog that I thought nobody cared about actually has a loyal following that's clamouring for a post. Who knew?! So here goes:

I had a busy week last week! My friend Jenn has recently become a Mary Kay representative so Shara (among those clamouring) hosted a party on Wednesday to help get her started. It was lots of fun, got to see some people I haven't seen in a while and even managed to spend a little money on a couple of items I couldn't live without--hello lipgloss!

On Friday I went to dinner and symphony with a close friend. We enjoyed Beethoven's Ninth which I had never heard performed live before--the choir was awesome! Then on Saturday I got to see even more friends (who knew I had so many?) that I hadn't seen in a long while. I finally got to meet (just about) 10 month old Evan and had my ass handed to me by his (not even) 4 year old brother Joshua when we faced off over Wii bowling.

Saturday night I was initiated into the S&M Bookclub (is it even still called that?) where we discussed (among many, many other things) The Book of Negroes which is this year's One Community, One Book selection and I highly recommend it. I will host the next one--which we'll be doing in July--and chose The Red Tent as my book selection. This is one of my absolute favourite books and I'm looking forward to hearing what the other's think.

So are we square now? I promise I'll keep posting so long as you all keep providing me with an active social life ;)

4 comments:

Logical Libby said...

Mary Kay is evil. I think they partner with the Jehovah's Witnesses...

psychsarah said...

Glad to see you have so much to post about. I try not to clamour, but I do so enjoy it when there's something new to read. It was great to see you Sat too. I like to call it the S & M Book Club just to get people's reactions...tee hee ;)

Anonymous said...

Seriously, you think MK is evil?
They have nothing whatsoever to do with JW.

It's a company that helps women to succeed and get ahead and they are ridiculously supportive of their consultants.

The MK of the 70's and 80's is quite a bit different than the one of today.

Uninformed opinions really tick me off.

kendall said...

I think "Anonymous" (if that's your REAL name) doesn't have much of a sense of humor!