Monday, November 14, 2011

Weekend Recap...

I was trying to think of an exciting topic for today's post, but I couldn't think of one, so I decided to just recap my weekend. Sadly, it wasn't ALL too exciting, but bear with me! :)

On Friday afternoon I had an appointment with my chiropractor (I'm having neck issues since my wreck two weeks ago). Can I just say that having a neck adjustment is quite possibly one of the scariest medical procedures out there (okay, maybe not THE scariest, but still, the scariest one I've been through). My chiropractor was telling me how he was going to twist my neck for the adjustment. I told him that is how they kill people in ninja movies when they break their necks. He laughed at me (yes, he actually laughed when I said it). Thankfully, he knows what he's doing and it all turned out fine, he didn't break my neck (obviously, since I'm typing this post). This was my first time seeing this particular chiropractor, he was very nice. I do have two follow up appointments this week (per his request). Yeah, being in a wreck is a pain in the neck (sorry, bad pun, and yes, it was totally intended). :)

Friday evening one of my besties and I had a movie night at my apartment. She saw that I own a copy of Letters to Juliet (yes, Rachel actually owns a chick-flick) and she wanted to watch it.

It's actually one of the 5 chick flicks that I own. I'll be honest, I think that Christopher Egan (the blonde guy) is cute, it's one of the main reason I bought it. Although for the most part, it's not too bad of a movie (except the ending, which kinda makes me gag a little and reminds me why I don't normally watch chick flicks). I know, I'm a weird girl. Regardless, my bestie and I had a lot of fun. We don't get to hang out that much anymore, so it was fun spending time with her! Also, it's fun being able to watch a movie with someone else who makes snide comments and notices the little annoying things in the film. :)

Me and "the BFF" (as she likes to be called). This picture is a few years old, but I think it's a cute one! It makes me miss my long hair though!
Saturday was my company picnic at Six Flags Over Texas. Sadly, due to my neck injuries (and on orders from my chiropractor) I was not able to ride the roller coasters I normally ride. :( I did have permission to ride the Merry-Go-Round though.

Am I the only person who rides a Merry-Go-Round and hopes that the horses will jump off and end up at a horse race where Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews sing Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious? Maybe I've seen Mary Poppins too many times! :)

Anyways, Saturday after I got home, I relaxed and finished reading a book I had started on Friday afternoon.

After church yesterday, I went grocery shopping and spent the afternoon working on Christmas craft projects (due to the fact I'm not sure who all reads my blog, I can't post pictures until AFTER I give them the gifts). Last night I may or may not have watched some episodes of season 1 of Roswell on Netflix (special thanks to my friend for letting me use his Netflix account). Back story: On Friday my bestie and I were talking about the old school WB show (Roswell, Felicity, etc) and how it seems most of the actors we like today at one time starred or guest starred on one of those shows. We decided there was a six degrees of separation from the WB. So anyways, she mentioned Roswell and we both talked about our love lust admiration of Max, especially future Max. **sigh**

Jason Behr (who played Max)
Future Max. This isn't the best picture of him, but Google Image search was no help in finding the picture I wanted.
So, what did you do this weekend?



  1. Hope your neck feels better soon!!!

  2. I hope your neck issues resolve themselves soon! I've had that adjustment many times. And you're right, it's scary. You have to really trust the person whose hands hold you head and then, after you're completely relaxed, JERK your head to one side. Fortunately, all the chiropractors I've been to have that procedure down pat and I've never yet seen anyone come out of the office on a stretcher - or in a coffin. lol

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  3. I'm totally jealous that your company picnic is at Six Flags.. how awesome is that!

    YESSS to Mary Poppins! One of my all time fave movies :)

  4. Hope it is better soon! Don't think I have the nerve to let somebody do that. Love that movie its so sweet :)

  5. Im such a wimp and six flags scares me haah

  6. I wanted to go to 6 Flags but knew that I couldn't ride the roller coasters or fun, rough rides so what was the point of going? It would have been torture.

    Glad to hear the neck cracking experience went ok. That kind of stuff scares the %&*(@)%^ out of me!

  7. That's a great excuse for me to use next time I go to a park like that-- "My doctor says I can't ride these roller coasters. My back, neck, etc." hahaha ;)

    But in all seriousness-- I hope you're back to 100% ASAP!!!