Weekendy type things

So… it’s time for another “The Weekend” post. On Friday evening, we … didn’t do very much really!

On Saturday, we went into town in the morning to do a bit of shopping, and then in the afternoon we headed out to Currys to buy a washing machine! The sellers of the house we’re buying are leaving most things in the kitchen, but they’ve sold their washing machine. This meant that getting a washing machine was quite a priority for us! So we bought a new one, which is going to be delivered next week. It was a rather scary experience because it was a first for both of us (never having owned a home before, all the washing machines we’ve had have been provided by the landlords…) and there was an awful lot of choice! But we picked one out in the end, a Bosch, which looked pretty good.

In the evening we went round to Karen & Steve’s (and Alex’s, at the moment) to watch Doctor Who. Matthew and Anne-Marie came long as well. It was actually quite a fun evening – we all enjoyed the show, and had a good discussion about it afterwards. I wasn’t sure about the “big red reset button” (the paradox machine), and the “Return of the Jedi” rip-off at the end wasn’t great, but I think it was still fun to watch.

On Sunday we picked up Alex and went to church in the morning. In the evening, Alex came round and we made a curry (which was very delicious, even if I do say so myself. Which I do.) Then we rented out a DVD, “The Pursuit of Happyness”, which turned out to be a very good film! I can recommend it…

Right, I think that’s just about everything for now…

3 Replies to “Weekendy type things”

  1. Just noticed something… as the main character of the film kept on pointing out – it’s Happiness not happyness… 😛 also glad to see the use of “big red reset button” – I’m sure we can drag that into pop culture if we work at it! 😛 Thats all…

  2. I’m not sure whether you were insinuating I don’t know how to spell or not, but just in case you were wondering… that’s how the title of the film is actually spelt!

    Yeah, the big red reset button needs to be added to pop culture somehow… 🙂

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