Spring has arrived!!! We've had a series of absolutely gorgeous days around here, and we are really enjoying it. I'm normally not that into spring. I am more of a fall girl. I love winter clothes, hot chocolate, the holidays, etc. However, this year I am really, really excited for spring. The warm sun feels so nice - I am ready for it! There is a rejuvenating feeling in the air. I potted some flowers for the porch over the weekend, and Jamie has been doing some work in the yard. Things are looking nice and green out there. :)
Twilight was released on DVD last Saturday, and YES, I already have my copy! I wasn't into it enough to wait in line at midnight Friday night, but we made a trip to WalMart Saturday afternoon and luckily they still had one display of DVDs left. I was telling Jamie how excited I am, because I just found out that Eclipse will be in theaters June 30,2010 (so only about 6 months after the release of New Moon). Then he compared me to a Trekkie, which I just found insulting because those folks are weirdos. And surely I am not a weirdo....hmmm....maybe if I showed up at the premiere in a Volturi costume. (No, I do NOT plan on it! LOL)
My dad and Jamie are bonding over March Madness. They've been texting each other quite a bit since the tournament began. I'm glad they have each other, because that means mom and I don't have to pretend to be interested. LOL It's not that I don't like it, but I just don't have the kind of time I used to have to really follow all the teams, and it's not as fun to watch when you don't care who wins. One of the girls I know online has a brother who plays for Gonzaga, so that is pretty neat! I caught part of their game the other day and it was fun to root for him.
Baseball tournaments are officially over! So, we have regained our weekends until playoff time. Hooray!
Easter Sunday is only a little more than 2 weeks away, and Disney on Ice is only 3 weeks away. I cannot believe it. I am really glad I did the Easter Bunny shopping early this year - it has really snuck up on me.