Birthday Weekend

Wow what a busy weekend!  Saturday Lee took me to see Star Trek for my birthday.  I thought it was a great movie!  The actors did a wonderful job capturing the essence of the characters with out completely copying their mannerisms…the only thing that I wish there was more of was Simon Pegg as Scotty.  Perfect casting job!  Yes I know it wasn’t the Star Trek from back in the day but it wasn’t supposed to be!  After the movie we went to Don and Melissa’s where he was watching a boot-leg copy of Star Trek…Don’t watch the movie twice in a row or else you’ll start nit-picking all of the problems with it.  We went home rather early as we had to play at church Sunday morning.

I lead worship for the second time on Sunday.  It was awesome again!  I love the feeling of being apart of what God is doing!  Such a sense of fulfilment! We then spent the day going to all the Dad’s for Father’s day.  My mom also took us out to Texas Roadhouse for dinner…mmm steak…

I took yesterday off to relax.  Lee and I went down town for lunch (Syracuse Suds) where she won $20 on a scratch off.  We paid $5 for lunch it was great.  That got us thinking of going to Turning Stone Casino (we had never been before).  We each put $20 on our card and hit the slots.  There are some intersting characters around that place.  I was up to $56 before I accidently hit the “max bet” button…I went down to about $30 😦 but we ended the day +20 so it wasn’t too bad.  Not a place I could frequent but it was a good time.

We went to Chili’s for dinner and somehow didn’t order the Chocolate Molten Cake…usually if we get nothing else we get that.  And we went home and just relaxed the rest of the day.

So that was my weekend…I don’t have much else to say so happy my monday to everyone! 😛



2 responses to “Birthday Weekend”

  1. Tim Wheeler says :

    Chris – worship was really great on sunday – very worshipful.

    Oh…and on your last post you mentioned you might need a scale. Name Brand Deals (Westvale Plaza) has them for$3 usually.

  2. xurvis says :

    Thanks Tim, We picked one up yesterday at wally world 🙂

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