Friday, April 15, 2005

So close to Friday!

Only 2 and 1/2 more hours of work this week! YAY! I am working 10:30 - 1. I should be able to handle it. It will be rough though. My job just keeps getting worse. We are going to NYC for the weekend to pick up the amp that Chris bought on Ebay. Though I only live like 3 hours from there, this will be my first trip. Should be fun. I want to see all the dumb touristy stuff. We are staying what looks like a nice hotel outside of the city in White Plains. That is only 5 miles from where he is picking up the amp. Poor little Simon has to stay home. He is stayingwith my parents.

We also got new Cell Phones today. We got the ones you can take pictures on.

4 comments:

Obsconder said...

i guess we can expect more pictures then?

are you going to see ground zero? I kinda feel regretful that I live so close yet never have I seen NYC with my own eyes after 9/11.

Heidi said...

hi shellbug,
I caught your link off of raven's site and was just browsing your blog thinking, "damn, I like this lady!" Heh. :o)

I checked out your profile, and it seems we have a lot of things in common. I'm a Capricorn too, and I enjoy pretty much all of the interests, music, and books you have listed. (Scary, huh?) LOL Tho I am reluctant to admit it, I do so love the 80's!!! Went to a Warrant/Poison concert in 1990 (think "Cherry Pie" and "Unskinny Bop") and had a blast!

Never been to NY, but I'd love to go there sometime... Enjoy your trip!

BTW~I noticed you liked the book by Wally Lamb, "She's Come Undone"... Have you read his other book "I Know This Much Is True"? It is soooo good! Super long, but totally worth it!

ShellBug526 said...

Of course there will be lotsa pictures. We are pictures nuts.

I am soooo jealous of the Warrant/Poison concert!! I would have been in my glory at that one!!! I did read Wally Lamb's "I know this much is true" and loved it too! "She's come undone" was my first all night read. That book just sucked me in, I could not put it down.

Raven the Pagan said...

I grew up in upstate NY, and visited NYC many times. I think you'll like it. It's hard to describe the feeling you get there, but you'll know what I'm talking about when I say that city has a life of it's own.