Not too much interesting going on here today. My sister and I rented some movies to help with our celebration of the end of the semester. We rented The Pursuit of Happyness and Man of the Year. Both were great movies. I'd really, really recommend The Pursuit of Happyness. I'm even considering buying it.
I made breakfast burritos with "garden" egg beaters. I'm still not super fond of the egg beaters, I think they cook up really funny, but my thought on them is still that they "aren't bad" I'll probably keep buying them because I do think it helps cut down the fat in my food intake.
I walked a little over a mile today! Yay me! However, the rain chased me inside, so I didn't get to go any further. I walked the first mile in about 16 minutes. Not the best time, but pretty decent for me. =) I'm thinking the next 3k I get to walk (in about 2 weeks) is still going to kick my arse. Hopefully though, I will be a little better prepared.
So, just a quick side note. I was thinking about all the great things that my boyfriend and I did the last time we were in Vegas and I wanted to tell you all about the Tournamet of Kings at Excalibur . It was SOOOO much fun! It is kind of a "dinner and a show" type thing. The dinner we got served was a soup (I think it was tomato), a small bird (hehe...I don't know what it was...a quail/hen/small chicken...lol...whatever it was, it was yummy!), a roll, a little bit of brocolli, and a few potatoe wedges (like big french fries). I'm sure there was some sort of sweet afterwards, but I don't remember what that was anymore. Anyway, after the yummy food (or midevil feast as they would say!) you get to see a show in the middle of the arena. Each audience section is a different country, so you get to cheer for a knight with your banner. The knights are on horseback and do all kinds of great stunts, including jousting! Then the horses are taken away and hand to hand sword combat occurs. This is all intermixed with some great pyro-technics from a sorcerer and dancing from several ladies in waiting. All in all, a GREAT night of entertainment. The tickets are a little pricey (I think they are something like $60 a piece) but you'll soon learn that all the shows in Vegas are expensive. At least this one comes with a dinner and it lasts for quite awhile. Plus, there are several 1/2 price show ticket places on the strip AND lots and lots of coupons and discounts located in and around show areas.
I'll post more things to do as I remember/think about them =D