On Saturday, I'm planning to spend the afternoon wandering through antique stores with one of my friends. I don't need or want anything in particular, but that's beside the point.
Now that I've completed my extensive collection of faux copper Jell-o molds, the only thing I still look for while antiquing is old Oz books (as in "The Wizard of Oz" and the rest of the L. Frank Baum Oz series). A good, hardbound, early 20th century Oz book can run $75 or more, so an Oz book bargain is my antiquing holy grail. I've even had dreams in which I find a small-town antique store that contains a whole shelf of Oz books at some ridiculously cheap price and I can buy as many as I want. Yes, folks, that's what book geeks dream about. Sad? Oh, a tad.
On Saturday evening, we're going to a grand opening celebration for a friend's new auto tuning shop. We had meant to give him a hard time about hiring a band without asking us first, but since our band is on indefinite hiatus, it takes a lot of wind out of that idea. It's probably best that we just shut up and eat our free canapes.
Sunday needs to be a day of junk mail shredding and tax paperwork gathering. I've waited so long on my business taxes that I might as well bring our personal tax stuff to the accountant at the same time.
Okay, wow, I'm even boring myself today. Have a great Friday and a relaxing weekend. Later!