Thank goodness for long weekends. My office was closed yesterday for Good Friday, but Kevin did not have the day off, which gave me the chance to get some things off the to-do list done. I finally joined a gym. After my week of testing out and comparing gyms, I decided to go with the less expensive option. Although it doesn’t offer any group fitness classes or as much fancy equipment, it also doesn’t have a cancellation fee, so if I miss those things, I can upgrade. I’m happy to finally be a gym member again.
After hitting up the gym, I met up with my friend Bryan for lunch. Bryan is actually Kevin’s really good friend from college and a groomsman in our wedding. We met up at Lime in Winter Park Village. Bryan ordered a quesadilla, and I ordered the La Paz salad.
On my first trip to Lime, I ordered their tacos, which were delicious. The salad wasn’t quite as good as their tacos. It had grilled fish, which was a little sparse. The salad dressing was a little too mayonnaise-y for my taste so I loaded up at the salsa bar and used a combo of their salsas for my salad dressing, which gave the salad some flavor and kick.
After lunch, my inner five year old kicked in, and I needed to have froyo, so we headed next door to Menchie’s.
(Red velvet cake froyo with coconut shavings, Oreos and blackberries.)
After a nice, long lunch, I got a bunch of stuff done at home before Kevin got home from work. Our day ended with a trip to the movies with Bryan and Kevin’s brother Nick.
We saw American Reunion at the Plaza Cinema in downtown Orlando, which offers a full bar and a full menu of foods (not just your standard popcorn and candy). I already ate dinner, so I just stuck with popcorn, and the boys shared a bucket of beer.
Those buckets of beer are the reason why Kevin will only see chick flicks at this theater.
I didn’t quite know what to expect from American Reunion, but it was actually really funny. The plot line wasn’t very sophisticated (as with most of the movies in the series), but it gave me some laughs and some unexpected warm and fuzzies.
What was the last movie you saw in theaters?