AMANDA PETERSON

 

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Monday, July 14, 2003

 

Vacation Journal Day 3

"Finding Nemo" is awesome! I almost want to see it again this week. Heck, I probably will. That movie is too cool. I don't want to talk about it too much cause I don't want to give away the plot (or the ending), it is just too cool. I can't wait for it to come out on DVD. In the theatre (which was actually packed, and the movie came out weeks ago) folks were actually clapping at certain points, I haven't seen that since I went to see Raiders Of The Lost Ark when I was a wee bit of a kid. Too cool. I also liked how the movie theatre doesn't just sell popcorn and candy, I bought a Nacho's Grande before the movie (with jalepeno peppers).

That was last night, today was pretty cool too. I woke up around 10am and after breakfeast we watched "The Usual Suspects". I've seen that movie like three times and I still can't put the whole plot together. Its still a great movie though.

For lunch I went to the Turkey Hill (convience store) and bought a bunch of Roller Dogs (I call them "roller dogs" cause they sit in that hot dog machine all day just rolling, and rolling and rolling). I know those things can't be good for you, but they taste so good. For dinner we ordered pizza and than watched some episodes of "American Dreams" that we taped but never had a chance to watch. After that I got my rear end whooped in three consecutive games of Rummy (500). Tomorrow is Gettysburg Battlefield Trip Day (was gonna be Wednesday but its supposed to rain, so its tomorrow), so I might not get a chance to post tomorrow night.

Okay, this is super funny. I got this from the Dork Blog (its hard to believe I've been reading that blog for going on almost three years now), but go to Google, type in "french military victories" and click on the "I'm Feeling Lucky" tab. Thats just too funny.

Breakfeast- Cheese omelot, scrapple, toast.
Lunch- Roller dogs!!!!
Dinner- Pizza (extra sauce, mushrooms, and garlic sticks).

7/14/2003 08:03:00 PM
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