Once I get through the rest of today (five and a half hours to go), I'm going to be off for the next five days. I originally asked off to go to the scary movie convention, but (a) they moved it to Gettysburg and (b) my scary movie convention companion can't come, so I decided to stay in and hang out with Sam.
(It's not like I couldn't go to Gettysburg, but the 90 minute drive time means I'd probably have to get a hotel room and either way would have to get a sitter for Sam, so it'd be easier and cheaper to just stay home.)
Plus, I have to read 18 books between now and the end of the month, so I'm hoping to get through a bunch of those over the long weekend.
(I got Fallout for review, but I need to read the first two books before I start that one.)
I may not finish all of those, but I should be able to get through a chunk of them. The Ellen Hopkins books are thick, but they're written in verse so that should be pretty fast-reading (although I think the subject matter will be tough).
I'm also almost finished watching the last Mad Men episode, so I'm excited to get caught up. (But it sucks that the one Monday I'm home to watch Weeds and The Big C, Showtime won't be airing new ones. REALLY, Showtime? Why do you hate me?)
I may try to watch some movies, too, but we'll see. I was going to do the double feature I've been talking about for weeks now, but I can't really afford to hang out at the movies all day. (Maybe next week; I get paid that Friday.)