Dave just sent his business partners to do an after party at the CMAs (CMA stands for Country Music Awards for you country neophytes). Apparently they were doing a photo wall at a music label's after party and lots of stars were there. He was pretty excited. He's also excited for the job they're going to do for Wired Magazine in Times Square. Good things happening there.
Lance is curing breast cancer...just as soon as he gets a hair cut. He said he went camping last weekend and I said, "Oh yeah, because it's warm enough for you to still do that." (Remember, it snowed 4-6 inches on us last weekend.) His response: "No, it's finally cold enough for us to go camping."
Adam and Amy are moving to a house just about 7 miles from ours. We will pass their new place on the way to the temple. He's now about a mile or two away from the temple. He also just returned from two days "work" in Mesquite for a hotel resort.
Jason had a mid-life crisis last week apparently. Jared defines a mid-life crisis as "Jason just took us all out to dinner." He's also planning on re-roofing his house next spring. I have intimate knowledge of that job since I just did my own roof. Boy, it looks great!
Kaitlin is busy working, dating, dancing, and probably still eating her dinner at Chili's (she wasn't the fastest eater in the world...kinda like Lauren). They went shoe shopping at DSW Thursday night after coming to dinner with us for Jen's birthday and I hope she found something she likes.
Dad and Mom are both preparing for Mom's knee replacement surgery. She's going to be bionic by next Tuesday night. Good luck to them and here's to hoping Dad's able to figure out how to feed himself when Mom's down. :)
Chelsey is busy planning for a giant Thanksgiving feast at her house. I'm excited to listen to the music jam session with Brent, Brad, Charlie, and Adam. Then I'm sure I'll go outside because I'm not a big crowd kinda guy. Here's to hoping the weather's nice, eh? Maybe with enough men around we could do a flag football game???
Speaking of flag football, our season ended today. We got to the semi-finals but lost today in a hard fought game. It rained all night, so at least all the snow melted from last week, but it was very windy and a bit chilly this morning. I'm glad it's over because my Saturday's are so valuable, but it was a heckuva lot of fun this season. We are having someone come quote us for new windows this afternoon. Not sure we can afford to have them all replaced, especially by someone else. But I at least want to see what we're up against.
Looks like I need to catch up with Adrianne (whom I emailed this week), Lindsey, and Gillian (whom Jen talked to this week).