Monday, February 28, 2011

Last day of February

You remember that last post that I told you Devin and I were going on a date? Well, the date was great... in more ways than one. 
First we went to a few more of the homes in the Parade of Homes show. They were pretty nice, but none of the houses we saw this year were as awesome as the house out in Hurricane. We both love that house and hope to be able to have something like it someday. Devin hopes someday sooner rather than later, but we'll see. After we finished with the homes we went to Pasta Factory for dinner.
 I got my usual, angel hair pasta, alfredo sauce, and some seasoned chicken breast. It was delicious. It always is. Devin got the exact same thing except for the noodles. He got spinach noodles instead. I tried a bite of them and they were actually quite good. Who'd a thought, eh? After dinner we went to the movies to go see I Am Number 4. It was a really good movie. I would definitely reccomend it. While we were at the movie theater a couple of exciting/crazy things happened.
 The first one was exciting. 
Devin dropped me off at the theater to get our tickets and find some seats while he went to Wal-Mart and bought some candy for the movie. (movie theater candy is just too expensive) While he was gone I felt the baby move for the very first time. It really is quite a crazy feeling. Ever since then I keep thinking that I'm going to start feeling her more, but I haven't. I'll just have to wait a lil bit longer.
 The second thing that happened was quite crazy. 
Apparently while we were in the movie there was a huge explosion caused by some propane tanks that were in a garage, in a house just a few hundred feet away from the theater. We didn't find this out till after we got out of our movie.
 During the movie though we did hear a huge explosion, we just didn't know what it was. The explosion was so big it shook the tiles in the ceiling during the movie. It was kinda scary, but since nobody knew what caused that we didn't think anything of it. I personally feel that we should have been evacuated from the theater or just notified of what was going on outside. Stupid Weststates theater. Oh well. We are fine.
That is not an actual photo of the fire. 

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