Last night, I was SO beat. I got home at 5:30, having been on my feet since 9am at work at the record store. I was going to head down to the movie theatre to see what was happening with the car show "the Cruise" going on down on Landis Avenue (every year, the city has blocked our driveway, though potential customers can come in from the Delsea Drive side via the Shop-Rite parking lot if they think of it). I just couldn't move.
At about 7pm, I headed next door instead and helped Alby a bit with cleaning out the pool. It's still got lots of leaves in it and will need to be vaccuumed quite a few more times while we are putting the first treatment(s) for the summer in. It's also going to need more water in it, since the water is only a couple inches high right now. Before it's filled up, entirely, though, we have to scrub the sides and get rid of the "ring" around the rim....
When I got home, I settled down for "Reality Bites" (the new 10th anniversary DVD) and put on the commentary track. It's not the best track (that would be, honestly, Trey and Matt's on Cannibal: The Musical or This is Spinal Tap's (with the members of the band) and not the worst track (um, The Mighty Wind's was pretty boring</a>).
Afterwards, I started watching Keeping the Faith (after watching a movie that reminds me not only of my time(s) with Paul but certainly my time(s) with Michael, I decided that it was a while since I watched the movie that to me is about Michelle Andrews (even Michelle's mother, Emma, when she saw it said that Jenna Elfman's character was Michelle and that the movie "was about her in college" (meaning Michelle, Michael and I)).
When Paul got home, I went downstairs and we watched the first half of the Bette Midler "Biography" that aired earlier this week...absolutely fabulous! It included not only archival photos, but a VIDEO of Bette as Tzietel in Fiddler AND performing at the Baths(!).