Today I went to one of my favorite stores that I hardly ever visit just because I can't do some major damage ($$$) there. It's a place called Whimsic Alley and it's a Harry Potter store. It's set up like a Diagon Alley in the Harry Potter books and movies. You have sections where they sell uniforms and robes, wands, fantasy books, fantasy items, Toys, Costumes, and candies. They even have sections for non-Harry Potter stuff like Nightmare before Christmas, Narnia, Simpsons and Family Guy. It's an awesome story and I went with my buddy Christopher because they were having a half off after Halloween sale and I wanted a full Harry Potter outfit and rode. My sweet Harry said he would buy those for me for Christmas so I went and picked up a robe, sweater vest, scarf and quidditch sweater for Christmas presents for me. And yes I plan on wearing the outfit to book and movie openings as well as for comic con and halloween.
Wednesday, November 1, 2006
Harry has had some toothaches the past few months but always said they weren't that bad and that he doens't want to go to the dentist. Well on the 31st he IM'd me at work and asked if I could make and appointment to see a dentist. I know this must be bad if he wanted to see a dentist. So I made and emergency appointment with a dentist that Harry found online that knocks you out to do the work. I went to work for a few hours then took an extended lunch so I could take Harry to the dentist. After about three and half hours Harry came home with one less tooth and I went back to work. All's well that ends well.
Tuesday, October 31, 2006
Well both Harry and I were suppose to go to my friend Christopher's place for a Halloween party on Saturday night Oct. 28th, but with my roller blading mishap I managed to tweak my back and really wasn't up for going out. On Halloween night Oct. 31st Harry and I were suppose to go to our friend Tom's place for some cheesy horror movies. But this time Harry's had a major toothache and wasn't really in the mood for a party. So this Halloween pretty much was a bust... oh well there's always next year.