Monday, February 11, 2008

I finally matted and framed this series of color compositions! I made them for a class in college, and liked them, so I've been intending to get them up on a wall ever since then. My mat-cutting skills still have a ways to go, but this turned out really well - four windows with no visible mistakes!

In other news, I had a lovely weekend. Scott and I went climbing on Friday evening, and I got to play pickup Ultimate on both Saturday and Sunday - in sunny, 60° weather! I hadn't played since before Thanksgiving, and I was pleased to find that I am in pretty good shape and that my throws aren't too rusty.

Sunday also included a delicious dim sum brunch, and a pretty fun belly dancing class - it was the last one of the session, so we did a little improv at the end. Scary, but fun!

On top of all of that, I rented some DVDs. We watched Ratatouille on Friday (fun movie, incredible animation) and Devil's Playground last night (really good documentary on Amish teenagers). On deck for tonight is Brick, a high school murder mystery in the film noir style. I'll let you know how it is.

1 comment:

juliemcniven said...

both really good movies...i don't know if scott knows this, but i used to want to have my 'study abroad' in high be with an amish family! They fascinate me! I think it's because i'm obsessed with different time periods and they seem to be of a different period:)

Ratatouille makes me smile:)
Brick is good too from what I remember.

So happy the strike is over! Glad CSI will still have the second life episode. Very exciting!