Ahhh, what a great day! A day that started with sleeping until I awoke naturally (one of life's happy gifts) around 10:30 (I slept passed 7:00!!) and stayed in my pj's all day, ahhh... happy :)
I spent my day with my best friend Richard watching the first season of "Pushing Daisies" and editing photos. Sure, there was a brief 3 hour period where we had to run 2 former Club members (Luis and Armando) out to Ontario for school tomorrow (they were visiting their parents over the weekend) but that was fun too, so it was alright.
*Okay, so random thought that comes from watching a "Gilmore Girls" re-run while I'm typing this, but it wouldn't it be neat to have a troubadour follow you around all day? A soundtrack of my life would be interesting.*
If you have never seen ABC's "Pushing Daisies" I truly recommend it. Its such a neat show.
I pasted the summary below if anyone is interested:
As a young boy Ned discovers that he can return the dead briefly to life with just one touch. But his random gift isn't without deadly consequences& as he soon finds out. He discovers the rules of his gift early: First touch - alive; second touch - dead again, forever; Keep something alive for more than a minute and something else has to die in its place.
Grown up Ned (Lee Pace) puts his talent to good use by touching dead fruit and making it ripe with everlasting flavor. He opens a pie shop. But his life as a pie maker gets more complicated when private investigator Emerson Cod (Chi McBride) discovers Ned's secret. Emerson convinces the cash-strapped Ned to help him solve murder cases (and collect a hefty reward fee) by raising the dead and getting them to name their killers.
Then Ned is handed the case that changes his life forever. His childhood sweetheart, Charlotte "Chuck" Charles (Anna Friel), is murdered on a cruise ship under strange circumstances. Her death brings him back to his hometown of Coeur d' Coeur to bring Chuck back to life, albeit briefly, and to solve the crime. But once reunited with Chuck, Ned can't bring himself to touch her again.