Oh wait, that vampire-whatever-it's-called movie came out last night.
I'd forgotten all about it.... what's it suppose to about again? A love story between a human and a vampire with a werewolf thrown in the mix.... oh and add in a BATTLE TO THE DEATH with a vengeful vampiress and newbie vamps versus more shirtless werewolves and vegan vampires.
wow that sounds very entertaining.... but i think I'll stick with my midnight Airbender tickets if you don't mind.
On that delightful note, nothing much has changed here. The rest of the South Dakota trip was fun and I got some great presents for my birthday. Family is good despite the threat of cabin fever. I think that G-Bear has a video game cord attached to him somewhere cause we can't tear him away from playing his games, even with the weather being so nice.
I've now registered for next semester and am still only doing two classes, but one of the classes is two days a week and is up at the main campus so I've branched out a little bit at least.
Work has been about the same, though after yesterday we have been hit hard and probably will be very busy for the next few months what with that whatchamacallit vampire movie (just kidding, i know what it's called), The Last Airbender, Despicable Me, The Sorcerer's Apprentice, Inception, and Salt all coming out in the next couple of months it probably won't slow down. I've also decided that I really really do not like kid shows and am hoping that they don't make me work them anymore.
oh well, whatever happens happens and i need the hours anyway. I just wish I would get more box shifts than concessions.
Friday, June 18, 2010
*cue presidential theme*
we are currently in South Dakota after my parents decided spur of the moment to go somewhere for my birthday (which is the 19th) and since we've already been to Yellowstone and felt that we wouldn't be able to do much at the grand canyon, we decided on Mount Rushmore.
Thursday morning we drove off and ten hours later we arrive in Custer where we were staying and this morning we took a very fun and winding road with lots of hairpin turns and tunnels before we arrived at Rushmore.
It's pretty cool and bigger than it looks. The trail around it is nice with lots of different angles that you could see the monument from.
We drove to Rapid City after that and then drove back to Custer where we went swimming and then went to Crazy Horse and saw a laser light show that was actually on the monument itself which made it even cooler.
now i'm just sitting here typing away while the rest of my family tries to sleep....
guess i should stop typing now...