I haven't been to a movie since people began referring to them as "talkies," and I figure it's about time. I missed out on "Lord of the Rings" in the theater, and was told I made one of the greatest mistakes of my life — the first being unprintable here.
To hopefully correct this problem, I'll brave the hordes of high schoolers and hit a movie this weekend. Maybe I'll see "Spider-Man 3," but I'm not promising anything yet. I have a fascination with zombie movies and could easily see "28 Weeks Later."
Sunday, I'll scrape my $100 bills together and visit Lakebottom Park for the annual Arts in the Park festivities. One of my favorite activities is browsing through artwork that I can't afford. There's music and random people wandering around, and the whole experience is just peachy. Trust me.
Before hitting the park, though, I'll check out some walking paths I just recently discovered around the Whisperwood area. These trails are great for dog walking or just jogging through.
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Just watch out for the bugs and webs waiting to stick to your face with every step. At times, these woods can be worse than a movie theater full of students.