On Friday evening C and I went out to eat at the Olive Garden, then dropped J off at his dad’s and went to the Cap City Comedy Club. The show was hillarious. My only complaint is that the chairs were so uncomfortable that I was actually in pain when I left.
C and I both slept in on Saturday. It was great. We hadn’t had a chance to sleep in together in a long long time. Several months actually. So it was good to get a little extra snuggle time with her. I got up a little before she did, took the dogs out, and made her coffee for her. Played video games for a bit, then she got up and I went back out into the living room.
We got ready for the day and went to eat at IHOP. IHOP ended up being an adventure. Never had I gotten worse service. The guy took twenty minutes to take our drink order. When he finally did, C told him that we were ready to order. He looked at another table that came in after us, and said, “So are they.” and stared at us all confused. So he goes and gets our drinks, then comes back and after another twenty minutes, takes our order. Had we not been having too much fun making fun of this cornhollio, we would have probably left. C asked for a veggie omelette with cheese. The thing is supposed to come with cheddar, but this moron asks what kind of cheese she wants. When she gets the omelette, no cheese. We didn’t have our drinks refilled once. It was just comical. So, I left no tip, and we paid at the door. Apparently the waiter is supposed to be your cashier now, so they called this guy up to the front. He gave me tons of pennies for change. What a ditz.
So after we eat, we go get gas at Wal Mart. Waited twenty minutes in line. At 2.72/gallon, they were the cheapest in town at the time.
After that, we went to an Ansel Adams showing at the UT campus. Ansel Adams is one of my favorite photographers. At first, C didn’t seem too interested, but once she got there she was as interested as I was. It was an awesome display. Mostly with the work he did in the national parks in CA, but still really good. I love the lines he seems to find in nature. His photos look like they were done on computer rather than an actual photo taken by an old-style box camera.
After the show, we went to see “The 40 Year Old Virgin”. It was funny, but not as good as what I’d hoped. I think my favorite part was the bicycle accident at the end of the movie.
Sunday and Monday I took it easy for the most part, but still got some work done on the lawn. Over all, it was a good way to celebrate our 2 year anniversary.