It was Valentine's Day. And I was not depressed either! No, I had in fact had enough of depression over such matters and was on a bit of an up swing.
We hung out at the Slacks all day. And Jordan and I played guitar and watched Veggie Tales, and Dug a huge snow tunnel. Then we went home and My Dad and my Brother and I made supper for my Mom and sisters. And I grilled burgers outside (I assume you noticed the weather yesterday)! And my Dad bought a new set of plates that were shaped like hearts and it was a big hit.
Then, after taking note of the howling raging wind and huge snow drifts I decided that it would be a great night to watch The Day After Tomorrow. So I suggested that we invite the Slacks down as they had never seen it before. And to my relative surprise my parents said yes. So we watched it and had a good time, although Mrs. Slack who was still in her pajamas that evening (don't ask) fell asleep on the floor. The Day After Tomorrow is a very good movie by the way. Even in spite of the overused Leftist Dogma. And I actually heard some of you saying it was a depressing movie. How is it depressing? It's fast paced, and as far as the ending goes, the kid makes up with his father; gets the girl; and none of the main characters die! What's "depressing" about that?
I want answers!