Thursday, May 7, 2009

Now I can die in peace...

Reading back over the last few posts, I noticed a couple of things I had mentioned off hand that I wanted to follow up on.

Namely -

(Muse is opening)
Patrick Gilgour bought them for me as a "birthday present". As promised, he is hereby exempt from all future birthday, Christmas, and anniversary presents (You're still on the hook for baby showers, though, suckachump!).
Now I can die in peace.

Secondly, Abz and I leave early tomorrow morning with our friends Raine and Andrew Neilson for The World's Best Vacation of 2009 (so far)!! Codename: Project Rodent. We're going to Disney World (again)!!! We're staying at the plush Sheraton Vistana Villages in Orlando, and spending 5+ days park hopping, relaxing, and playing LOTS of Settlers of Catan. Wish you were there butnotreally!! Comment with your address, and I'll send you a picture e-mail from EPCOT!!

Lastly - My summer reading list.
As soon as I finish High Fidelity by Nick Hornby, I'll be reading:
and just for fun,
And hopefully LOTS and LOTS of comic books, namely the Batman: Battle for the Cowl, and Green Lantern: Blackest Night series.

What are you reading?
Also - do YOU have U2 tickets?


The Bagboy said...

I'm not so sure I like you anymore. Or more specifically, I'm angry at Muse. I can't afford U2 tickets to see my favorite band open for them, and I hate U2 (or more specifically, Bono) enough that I don't know if I would buy them if I COULD afford them. You didn't have to answer that conundrum, as you got them for free, and you like U2. So nyeh to you sir. Nyeh.

robert said...

congrats jt. it's a great way to see one of their concerts and no matter what bagboy says u2 puts on a great concert.

cb said...

Might I suggest you add to your reading list The Supremacy of God in Preaching by John Piper?

I know, I know... I crack myself up too. You'd never read Piper.