big weekend ahead.....
well my colelge bud is getting married so there is quite a schedule, I moved up my workouts this week. MOn-legs. Tue-back shoulders. and Thurs(today) chest arms. so I'd be free this weekend, unless I get some free time to run or something. (I've also been up at 6:30 swimming before breakfast everyday this week, yeah for me.)
so tomorroe a married couple fly in from NC who are staying with me. luckily they are renting a car so I can continue to clean up my home after school until they get there. If I'm really good I will have mowed the lawn AND made some chocolate chip cookies but if history serves to teach me anything I'll probably be finishing vacuming something right before they come in the door.
I'm great at putting stuff off.... what really sucks is my uncle on my mom's side who I've met twice my whole life is at my folks place this week so I'm trying to figure out how to get my usual Friday afternoon visit over there to see him, and then maybe run at the gym, and then go home and clean and stuff.... Friday night is a Welcome party in Norman. That should be a lot of fun to see old college buddies coming in for the groom, and then SOME of the bride's friends are cool, mainly the husbands of her highschool friends. All the other guys from her office are shnoozy lawyers. no offense to any lawyers reading this but here in OKC there something the lawyers have to prove to each other by putting up this attitude swarmy lifestyle thing.. I don't get it. I guess 'cause OKC so small. (now that I think about it, it's the exact same with the gay "scene" here in OKC, a bunch of idiots walking around with a bunch of attitude for no reason. WAY more relaxed in Austin, and completely relaxed in NY, I mean guys there were actually just said hey and talked some.)
so back to the wedding plans.....big Norman party Friday night, then Saturday mornig is Groomsmen guys golfing in Norman at 10 a.m. and then Satruday night the wedding, and then there is a brunch Sunday morning. ( I'll prolly skip the brunch because one thing driving to NORMAN sucks that many times back and forth, and also because I'm usually in church Sunday mornings and especially this morning with my uncle in town)
Did I ever mention my mom was born and raised in LongIsland NY, LIttle Neck? She moved out here for college and then met my born-and-raised-on-a-farm dad and stayed ever since. I think that's why I've always sort of wondered of this complete other life I could have had NOT growing up in steak-and-potatoes-OU-nation state of Oklahoma. ha.
I'm going to try and get a pic posted before I buzz my hair next weekend in Austin. That way I can show a before-after pic, of course I'll have to blur my face and all but ahh well. I want to keep it anonymo.
One more thing, for anyone in OKC. Johnny Papas is playing 10am - 2pm on Saturdays again at Cafe Do Brazil. definitely recomend it.
ALSO , the hot latino DQ news alert. He was here TUesday night and we talked for a while with him on the other side of the desk as usual before he leaves. anyway, we were talking about movies and he said he saw a preview of this movie "perfume something..." when he went and saw "300" (mm hmm). well we searche don the interenet and I figured out it was the movie, Perfume the story of a murderer. It's a french film that's already been released and he thought it was coming out this fall. anyway he said he had read the book a few years ago (in Spanish, damn he's one intelligent immgrant, no offense) and so I was telling him, ME TOO.. ha ha. it's one of my favorite books. anyway, so I told him sorry but that movie didn't show here in OKC and if it did it was one weekend only. (it's a french film). SO he has to wait and rent it now. but still I thought it cool that we liked the same book, he called it good with "an interesting ending" ha. anyone read that book??? tell me your thoughts....... I completely recommend it. don't even see the film read the BOOK(it was an international bestseller!). It is a sensory experience and like no other book you've read...I'm serious....