I'm in a bit of a made-up competition with my sisters to blog. We are doing this! I'll tell you about my weekend. I went with Joseph to see The Dixie Chicks on Friday night. It was something I agreed to ages ago and then didn't want to do when it came down to it (classic Jenny), but in the end it was a really good show. The worst part was that it was 40 miles from Seattle, but took FOREVER to get there and then get out of there. I left my house at 5:45pm and got home at 2:00am. Kill me. We found our car after the show at 10:45pm and then didn't move for well over an hour. There was one exit and one entrance to this place and it's the worst. I decided that it's designed that way to give people a chance to sober up before driving. I will never return to that venue again.
But the show was great. They look great, sound great and they sang Beyonce and Prince covers. A total win. We had covered seats thankfully because it started to pour down rain halfway through the show and the general admission folks on the grass were soaked. (The venue was like the pavilion at the Woodlands.)
On Saturday Rosie had planned a camping trip, but the weather was not cooperating. I met up with them in the morning and we got to hang out in Carnation all day on the river and seeing the town and visited a weird medieval village. Think Renaissance Festival on a very small scale - weird.
At the end of this little hike we saw multiple signs to watch out for bears that had been recently spotted. Cool. Would have been helpful at the beginning of the hike.
On Sunday I took Stephanie to the airport and took Hwy 99 home. It's always fun to see the city from a different vantage point.
And now I'm spending this week cleaning the house from top to bottom while I have no roommates and last night we won a contest on Instagram to go see an early showing of Ghostbusters. Totally fun and entertaining. I'd like to go again when it's not 3D. I hate 3D. It is blurry and dark and I just don't know why you'd pick to see it over regular, but that's just me. Also, it's worth it just for the multitude of cameos. . .