Friday, March 23, 2012

Weekend agenda.

Since I'm officially on spring break, I've got some exciting plans lined up for my weekend!  I'm going to try and photo document, so I have plenty to update you on next week.  Now on to the important weekend plans...


Raleighwood is a bomb movie theater/restaurant in Raleigh that D and I frequent a ton.  It's basically a restaurant in a movie theater.  The food isn't amazing by any means; we're usually content with a pizza and a pitcher of beer.  They have an ok selection of beer, including a local craft beer.  They play older movies there that have moved on the the dollar cinemas.  D has been dying to see the new Sherlock Holmes movie, so we'll be hitting that up tonight.

Saturday plans are a bit up in the air.  I wanted to work on building our chicken coop, but D isn't sure that we can get help we need on such short notice nor is he sure he wants to spend all Saturday doing that.  Legit.  I just want to make sure we get it done sooner than later so we can get some baby chicks.  Not to mention (and this little fact totally slipped my mind), we need a truck to transport the supplies.  Grr.  I'd really like to get the ball rolling on this though.

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I don't want to jinx it, but I think I'm getting a bike on Saturday too.  It's via Craiglist so you never know how/if things might fall through.  While I know I'm still going to be a bit nervous on a bike, I am so thrilled to have a (hopefully) decent bike for riding around.  I'm hoping we spend the rest of Saturday enjoying the spring and outside while it's still here. 


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Sunday brings even more excitement!  You know I'll be heading to see the Hunger Games in IMAX.  We pre-ordered tickets but waited for a Sunday show.  D and I are both regretting that decision, but it'll give me something to look forward to, right? Right?

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Right after the Games, we're headed out to DC for a long weekend trip.  D and I ended up double/over booking trips for ourselves during my spring break.  We're going to be apart and in different places, so we wanted to find some sort of quickie, close trip.  DC it is!  I'm really excited to be able to see the city for the first time!  I won't be back until Wednesday or Thursday next week, but best believe I'll be instagraming(@itskristin16) and tweeting!

Happy Friday!

3 comments:

annelise said...

A bike sounds awesome! I've a bike at home that I use to ride on trails and that kind of calm type of thing but in Vietnam, I did a bike tour of Hoi An. Holy moly, riding in traffic (crazy Vietnamese traffic at that) makes you feel ALIVE! You'll be fine and it's great for the pins!

Have a fanastic break, it sounds like you've got heaps of good stuff lined up.

Olivia.Dee said...

i really want a bike too! I get too nervous about craigslist and really am not even sure what type of bike to get! Let the research begin i guess! And DC!? SO SOOOO JEALOUS!! I really want to go back... like yesterday. Make sure you check out all the memorials at night... they really give you that first hand meaning of monumental. amazing!

WannabeRunner said...

Can't wait to hear about your bike! And how much did you love the Hunger Games?!

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