Thursday, June 19, 2008

Lethargists and Gluttons: A Summary of Our “Adventures” with Steve

Steve, John, and I started a new club during our celebrations after John’s test. We are officially called the Lethargists and the Gluttons. That’s right. Our motto was “Don’t do anything that requires more energy than eating” and, to be perfectly honest, we exceeded to our greatest expectations.

The entire weekend consisted of fine dining, sleeping, watching movies, sitting on the beach or the couches reading strange books (this was limited to Steve and John), and then rotating through all of those “adventures” again and again. There were two highlights: a trip to the Houston Museum of Natural Science for the Leonardo da Vinci exhibit and the greatest highlight of all was the 400+ mile Harley ride that John and Steve took.

Not to mock da Vinci's work, but we could not resist.

Can you believe he even wants to look at another picture of the human body after the pain of the last few months? This man is going to be a dedicated doctor!Gluttons: Late progressive dinner from 5 to 11 pm. This was the entree of crab legs and steak. Yum!

Lethargists: Reading on the beach.

Conquerers of the road, John and Steve: They may look good in the pictures, but after a weekend of sticking to our motto they were very sore and tired from riding motorcycles for 12 hours.

Does anyone else want to join our club?

4 comments:

Erin said...

I'm in! Sounds like you guys had a blast. Thanks for sharing your pics of HMNS - they're so cute! If you're on Flickr, I'd love for you to add them to the HMNS group. http://flickr.com/groups/hmns/

Anonymous said...

Sounds like a great club to join! I'm ready! We started cutting wheat today!! - 1st day of summer!!
Love,
Mom Ensz

the fredin's said...

Looks like you guys had fun! I would love to join that club! Probably not anytime soon though...at least not the lethargists part :). Darn.

Kevin said...

I think I'm already a member!! Glad y'all had such a great time. Congrats on finishing that little test, John.