Sunday, May 30, 2004
Landon moved the fish aquarium today while I stayed home and got things organized, as well as did the dishes in the kitchen from burritos the night before. Landon's parents met him at the apartment to help him move the fish. When he got home, he was pretty stressed out, as you can imagine, since moving a 30 gallon fish aquarium isn't exactly the most relaxing job in the world!

Before Landon moved the fish aquarium, Cindy came over to see the house, and also helped me plant a hydrangea, the astilbe (Montgomery), and weed the garden. It was fun to garden with Cindy. I hope she comes over from time to time and helps me in the garden. She knows a lot from helping her friend Gena garden, so she can give me a lot of tips and show me better ways of doing things.

When Landon got home with the aquarium and got it all set up, Mike, Susan, Landon, and I went to Lowe's to get some things on our list. Mike & Susan needed a couple of things, also. Mike wanted to try out Castle Burgers, which he swore he saw on Barbur Blvd., and he told us how it used to be this fantastic burger place that he thought had gone belly-up many years ago. He couldn't believe his luck at spotting one still in existence. Well, come to find out, it wasn't Castle Burgers, but Castle Entertainment (adult video store). Funny! So, we ended up going to get a pizza at Papa Murphy's. This meant coming home and finishing cleaning the oven, which I had sprayed oven cleaner inside several days ago. Mike & Susan helped me clean it, we baked the pizza, watched 60 minutes, then they left, and Landon and I met Cindy at the Lloyd Cinemas to see "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind." Landon and I had already seen it, but liked it so much, that we didn't mind seeing it again. Cindy had never seen it, and I think she liked it. It only took us about 10-15 minutes to drive to Lloyd Center from our house. It was good to know how short of a distance we really are from downtown. When we got home (11:45pm), we went to bed exhausted after another long day.


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