Saturday, February 20, 2010

Not Where Expected

I was supposed to be in Kearney, Nebraska, all day today, but I decided to head home instead.  It was snowy and cold with slushy roads for about half of the drive and then it was just cold, misty/foggy for most of the rest of the way.  Somewhere between Pampa and Amarillo I drove out of the cloud cover to clear blue skies.  That all changed though -- now it is foggy, misting and occasionally thundering. 

It's a good thing that I decided to come on home though, it is supposed to snow anywhere from 4 to 6 inches tonight over most of the area that I passed through.  I might not have made it home tomorrow if I had waited.

Shortly after arriving at home and surprising my wife by coming in early, we decided to go to the show with some friends.  We went to see "The Book of Eli."  It was interesting.  It was unnecessarily profane.  It had some good messages in it.  It also had some really "messed up" messages mixed into it.  I will leave it at that.  If you can stand the violence and profanity, go see it.  It was then off to Jorge's for Mexican food.  Nothing better than good Tex-Mex to end the week.

Life is good.

3 comments:

Plowing and Sowing said...

Dayna couldn't handle it. We got up and left somewhere in the middle. I would have stayed just to see what happened to the Bible but being the good husband I am, I left with my wife to go get coffee.

Tex-Mex is the best.

Cimarron said...

I have heard several good things about Napolis the last few weeks. It's supposed to be really good Italian food. Wish we had good Tex-Mex down here. I dislike all the seafood and Cajun. :(

i beati said...

I keep wondering why profanity is needed upon the big screen or any for that matter??My interest would have peaked for other reasons

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