More Celebs…Nope, Nevermind.

Thursday night I went to the Wal-Mart Shareholder concert and saw Carrie Underwood and Keith Urban. If you’ve never seen Keith Urban in concert, you are seriously missing out on something in life. The man is a genius, a master musician, a brilliant entertainer, and he has really good hair. I’d post a picture, but currently WordPress (who we KNOW I love) won’t let me.

Friday night I got up at the unholy hour of 4:20 to go to the Shareholder meeting. The only people up at this hour are drug dealers and Wal-Mart stock holders. An even though that was a ridiculous time to get up, I felt it was really important to see what Wal-Mart’s plan for my share was. That’s right, I said share. As in singular. As in dos minus uno equals uno. See, you only have to have ONE share to be considered stockholder and get to go to the meeting. And I want to go to the meeting because I care about Wal-Mart’s plan for the year, their environmental changes, and the specific strategies they will implement to maximize corporate growth. THERE ARE FAMOUS PEOPLE THERE!!!!!!

Okay, so WordPress isn’t letting me insert any pics today–not that I’m bitter. So I will have to tell you about mucho celebritios Wednesday. But let me give you a two word preview: DAVID. COOK. Seriously.

Did you know shakes at Sonic are currently 99 cents? This means I can drink two for basically the price of one! And that’s good because sometimes I feel like I should get a fruit shake because a growing girl needs her fruit servings. But then what I really want is chocolate. So now I don’t have to choose! Thank you, Sonic! You really do have my best interests at heart. My artery clogged heart…

Clay Aiken is going to be a father. Since this is a rated G blog, I have nothing to say to that.

In other news of the weird, did you know in 2011 Brokeback Mountain will reappear–as an opera? I saw it more as a synchronized swimming one act, but whatever.

Tomorrow I have to go back to school. Why, you ask? Because my district knows the BEST way to keep your teachers happy is to make them go to school in the summer. They KNOW how much we miss school, especially not having been out even an entire WEEK YET. Maybe if I’m REALLY, REALLY lucky it will be like a few years ago when I had to go in the summer, and I got yelled out by TWO different people for walking on a waxed floor that WASN’T MARKED ANYWHERE. That was a great day. I sure hope we can have a repeat. I live for waxy-floor-bawl-outs.

Saw Indiana Jones this weekend. I am a big Indy fan. LOVED the first three. I’m probably gonna ruin this for everyone (SPOILER ALERT—COVER YOUR EYES), but had someone just whispered one single word in my ear, I could’ve saved 2+ hours and $8.50. Just one word would’ve said it all……..Aliens. S’all I’m gonna say. But Steven Spielberg must’ve had QUITE the heavy hand in this one. I wasn’t sure if it was Indiana Jones No. 4 or E.T. Part 2.

Have a great week. I get to go to school 3x, get my top braces BACK on, have 3 doctor’s appointments and attend two weddings. And somewhere in the middle of all that I’m supposed to write a book. : )

Jen

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  1. Christy June 9th, 2008 9:26 am

    I thought the same thing about Indiana Jones. I thought George Lucas got his Indy and Star Wars confused!!!!!!!

  2. christa allan June 9th, 2008 12:06 pm

    SORRY! I was so busy throwing up after the Indy movie that I forgot to blog about it. . .I’m impressed that he survived the BOMB in a REFRIGERATOR! You’d think someone would’ve picked up on that as a marketing point by now.

    So sad you’re still being tortured by the educational system. Then again, I’m leaving tomorrow for my 8-day AP reader marathon. Nerd alert.

  3. Julia June 9th, 2008 2:55 pm

    Indiana sounds Amazingnly corny. No wonder Russia tried to ban it! Sorry about the tragedies. And, who would really wanna have Clay Aiken’s kid? It might end up the same way as Billy Ray- Crappy singer has a child who becomes a, yup, you guessed it, CRAPPY SINGER! Have fun with the braces. I have braces at the moment, and despise every painful second wearing them. My brother had his put on twice, but I laughed at him when it happened…

  4. Sarah June 9th, 2008 11:14 pm

    Well, I guess I’m not going to hop on the Indy bandwagon after all.
    And I am on the edge of my seat at the mention (albeit brief) of the two words: David. Cook.
    Good luck with the braces!

  5. Bethany June 9th, 2008 11:39 pm

    Indiana Jones was unfortunate, but I knew the plot twist before it came out and still went to see it. It just seemed like it’d be denying a certain part of my heritage if I waited for it to come out on video–and my parents were paying anyway.

  6. sara e. June 12th, 2008 11:38 pm

    We don’t have a sonic where I live *cries*…I’ve never been to one in my entire life. I see the commercials on TV all the time, and I like start drooling, cause the shakes and stuff look sooooo good.
    && yeah, that Clay Aiken thing is quite interesting…….

    I know jealousy is like a sin, but I am getting jealous of all the people you got to see sing, haha. Taylor Swift, Tim McGraw, AND Keith Urban?

  7. Jenny June 21st, 2008 9:25 am

    Sara E., you are really not missing out on much with the Sonics. They have good drinks (they can put any flavor in your Coke), passable shakes, but horrible food (minus the grilled cheese). They’re kind of like Starbucks around here–there’s one on every corner.

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