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TGIFive Question Friday and a 'stay'cation!

It's been a long, long week but we've finally made it to Friday! Congratulations!

My 'stay'cation starts tonight and I am so excited. Tonight, Kevin and I are having take-out Thai, going to watch rented movies and just veg out (Cell phones- off!). Tomorrow, we get to sleep in (OMG! :P) and then we have an appointment to speak with our Reverend in the afternoon. Then, we're going to be going out to dinner at our favorite Irish restaurant and then possibly hitting up a movie... in an actual theater. Then on Sunday night, we're going to be going to play our monthly Bingo (which I'm sure will result in plenty of stories for you all when I return on Monday) and then eating at our favorite diner. After that, my daughter returns home on Monday morning when I will (hopefully!) be refreshed and recharged. Since we all know this is something that never, ever happens, you can bet I'm going to be taking full advantage of it all. I don't mean to be bragging, if I sound as though I am. I think maybe I'm still trying to convince myself that this weekend and everything it is going to entail is actually happening...

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