This week has been very strange. Kristen’s great-grandfather passed away over the weekend and we had the calling and funeral Tuesday and Wednesday. I was out of work all day Wednesday, which didn’t make things any better. Wednesday, the day of the funeral was one of the strangest days I’ve ever experienced. You know how each day of the week has its own feeling that makes it unique from the others? Well, yesterday didn’t have any of those characteristics. Things are finally starting to get back to normal finally.
I had the chance last night to watch not one, but two movies before going to bed. I was planning on sitting down and watching Flight of the Phoenix and Man on Fire, but I saw that Gone in 60 Seconds was on TBS, so I had to check it out. It’s a good movie. Once that was over I watched Flight of the Phoenix, which was pretty good. It was a fun story, but didn’t have much in the way of a back story. Seemed very one dimensional.
This weekend is going to be great. I’m going with my brother-in-law to Rotary Revolution, an Mazda RX-7 convention in Indianapolis. I’m not that much into the cars in terms of owning my own, but he’s really into them and actually owns an ’85 RX-7. His car isn’t quite ready for the event, so we’ll just be going as spectators, but it’s going to be a great time. We’re both going to be taking our digital cameras and taking tons of pictures. The event lasts all day saturday and it features lots of workshops, races and plenty of pretty cars to look at. I can’t wait.