So my plan for the weekend was this:
Friday evening - get some work done
Saturday morning - get some work done
Saturday afternoon - go see a friend in a ballroom dance competition
Saturday night - meet up with friends
Sunday morning - hang out with friends
Sunday afternoon - get some work done
Sunday evening - get some work done
Monday morning - get some work done
Monday afternoon - watch the marathon
Monday evening - go to trivia night
Here's how my weekend has actually gone so far:
Friday evening - stay at home because I'm too exhausted from my week to get any work done. Kick some ass in Scramble (without any help).
Saturday morning - get up late, do some laundry, go for a run
Saturday afternoon - realize there's not enough time to get any significant amount of work done before the ballroom dance competition. Invite a friend over to hang out. Head to ballroom dance competition. Enjoy immensely.
Saturday night - meet up with a friend for dinner, then head to an improv show. Then meet up with friends from out of town.
Sunday morning - breakfast with friend. Get home... start feeling sick.
Sunday afternoon - sleep, be sick, sleep, watch West Wing on DVD.
This brings us to Sunday evening (now). I really need to make up for the lack of work done so far this weekend, but my splitting headache and wonky stomach aren't motivating me all that much to do so. And there are multiple West Wing episodes to be watched, and Monk and Psych are both on NBC tonight, and... and... and...
But it does leave an unbelievable amount of work to be done tomorrow if I do nothing tonight.
On a side note, if any of you ever get the opportunity to attend a ballroom dance competition, I highly recommend going (especially if it's free). It's fun. As the level of skill increases, so does the level of complexity of the costumes. It's just like you would imagine, only you're there in person to witness it, and you can't stop grinning because it's so surreal and yet so cool. And the dresses... wow.
Also, watching ballroom dancing is a lot more stressful than you might think - especially when watching from high up in the bleachers. From that angle, you see very clearly which couples are heading for a crash with each other, and it gets quite anxiety-producing (especially if the couple you're there to see is involved in such a crash).
Favorite dances: Quickstep (because - wow - that takes some skill) and Viennese Waltz (it just looks so grand with those long, flowy dresses).