February 2, 2015
A so-so weekend.
Divine Intervention by Ken Wharton. While I like the sci-fi genre, I don't like when the author dumps a bunch of info over a few pages. I'm finding myself skimming over the science and religion parts just to get to the story parts. If it was just the story, it would probably be a little more enjoyable. Or even if the author cut back on the explanations to just a few paragraphs instead. I'm liking the story though.
Didn't watch any movies over the weekend.
Because certain channels have been "temporarily off the air" a lot recently, the DVR didn't completely record our shows. I don't even know if it's worth watching what was recorded or just looking for those shows on demand, or something.
We did watch 12 Monkeys, which I still find interesting enough to watch.
We would've watched Worst Cooks in America, but it was bumped to a later time.
Instead, we watched the Puppy Bowl, which is always cute.