Monday, July 20, 2009

Hola amigos!

How has everyone been? Last week was the pits, but hoping this week will be better.

Monday - horrible work project, completed.

Tuesday - went to DDS for cleaning, left with appointment for wisdom tooth extraction next week

Wednesday - Freddy the parrotlet got sick and died within 15 hours

Thursday - Woke up at 4 am, took advantage by watching live British Open coverage. Kept up this trend for next 3 days, too. Found someone with worse week than me - the guy who jumped off the building next door, and lived.

Friday was fun - went to Stitch and Pitch at Dodger Stadium. We travelled there on a bus with a bunch of other knitters. Yes, you really do knit at the game. Drank beer, ate a hot dog and nachos, and realized that LA Raider fans are still around, they are just dressed now in Dodger blue.

Saturday - went to see Harry Potter. I liked it!

Sunday - took Sam to dog beach! it was a lovely day.

.She likes to sniff other dogs, and meet the people, but doesn't play a lot, and won't go near the water. She did find a nice Dalmatian to chase around the beach, though!

Fingers crossed that this week will be better!

6 Comments:

Blogger Tiffany Norris said...

Definitely hope this week will be better! So sorry to hear about Freddy. :( Sweet pictures of Sam on the beach.

6:31 AM  
Blogger D.O.M. Dan said...

You have confirmed what I've been hearing all season - that Dodger Stadium has been invaded by the Raider Nation. You should look for a Stitch and Pitch at the home of L.A.'s other team.

By the way, we got a puppy a few months back. My most recent post has pictures.

I hope you week is better.

8:46 PM  
Anonymous Sage said...

Sorry to hear about your bummer of a week. I'm still travelling, but vacation is over and I'm doing this via a phone!

9:21 PM  
Blogger Diane said...

Tiffany - thanks!

Dan - I wish the Angels did a Stitch and Pitch!

Sage - hope your vacation has been wonderful!

10:04 AM  
Blogger EditThis said...

Sorry to hear about Freddy. Wally misses dog beach.

3:14 PM  
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