Old House

Posted By on December 19, 2004

Or
“This House Will Always Be Ours”

.: I saw The Incredibles for a fourth time tonight, this time with my Dad and his soon-to-be-wife. As I expected, it was still awesome, easily one of the best movies I’ve ever seen.

.: After the show, my sister and I went to our house in the Woodlands. We decided we didn’t want to stay there this holiday break, so we grabbed all our stuff and took it to our house in Spring. It’s just the two of us here, and it’s a pretty big house. We have everything (two computers, high-speed internet, ginormous HDTV with DVD player, king size beds for the both of us, clothes), everything except food. That could be a problem.

.: I heard from my sister that we will both get to share an awesome apartment next year. The place we’re likely to get is definitely a place I would be comfortable calling home: it’s a two story apartment, two full-size bedrooms, a badass kitchen and a massive living room. Plus, since I’ll be living with my sister, it’ll be like having my own personal maid—for free!

.: Last night I went to a Christmas party hosted by Susan. I met people from high school, all of whom were familiar faces. We traded some funny and some not-so-funny college stories, and then we played some games. (One of the games was Charades, always the popular choice. My phrase I had to act out: “Ethiopian Love Slave.”) All in all, it was a fun night.

.: I think I’ll go work on another writing project now.

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6 Responses to “Old House”

  1. Christina says:

    Have I told you that I hate you recently? Because I believe you are about due for another one. And Ethiopian Love Slave or not, I believe that the more enjoyable was Apples to Apples. Who knew Helan Keller could define so many different things?

  2. veronica says:

    Helen Keller was pretty useful, but my favorite was AIDS. Especially when it defined “sensual.”

  3. Kayla says:

    So, Cody, I’m interested to know if you really got an A on that paper… about getting an A. Yea. That one.

  4. Maine says:

    Avoiding the obvious pun, “The Incredibles” was great.

  5. Easy says:

    Holy crap! Everything looks different. Definitely %12 percent more truth here!

    I like the new look. Much cleaner.

  6. Christina says:

    My dad is just like Mr. Incredible. And I don’t mean the superhero bit. I mean, he types with two fingers, he is oblivious to the world around him and he eats everything that is lying around the house. Amazing!