Everybody Wang Chung tonight

Hey, Paul just came home in the middle of school. He says this quarter he has an open period and lunch right together AND a hybrid class that meets only three times a week. So on Mondays and Fridays, he has classes until 11:30 and then not again until 2. Lucky dog. He came home with a big old smile on his face, saying, "It feels really good to not have class for a few hours. I'm gonna go for a run." And yes, as I have been typing this, he has put on his running gear and has just left the house. Strange child. If I were off school for a few hours, I surely would NOT go out and run around.

On to my plans for the weekend: Tonight is DATE NIGHT! Jim took the night off of his pizza job.We're going to spend the night not going to a dance club. (sad face. I want to go dancing)

Because Jim won't go dancing with me tonight, I'm making him go walk underground with me tomorrow to look at geological formations.  We are going to a place that I have always wanted to go to but never got around to it--the Wabasha Street Caves. They do walking tours and I am chomping at the bit to get in there and have a look. I want to hear the history of the caves (and not the geological history necessarily either--outlaws used these caves as hideouts during Prohibition. Or something like that).

Anyway, I do plan on having fun tonight too, despite not being able to go out dancing. I think there will be board games involved and some non-alcoholic bubbly. And no plans for me to cook anything. That makes me happy. 


Jenni said…
The caves sound so fun!! Sounds like you have had a great anniversary weekend!!

My favorite re-enactment of that song was on "Cheers" when Frazier had heard that song and made it his new mantra. I can still see it and hear it!! I'll bet it is on youtube!!
Yeah, to me "Everybody Wang Chung Tonight" is done by Frasier Crane too. And every time I think about running with scissors, I think of him proving he's not such a stick-in-the-mud by running around the bar yelling, "See, I'm running with scissors!"

We did have a great anniversary weekend. We went to two events we've never experienced before.
TaterBean said…
Geological formations make me happy!