August 14, 2006

Well, Terence finished up the summer school term last week. Did really well. So proud :)
So he'll be out for two weeks before Fall term starts...this will hopefully be the last year. We had a good weekend. Just went running around town, bought some groceries. Wal-Mart's produce section has been really bad lately so we decided to go to Kroger...it was much better. It's hard to find a good tomato! There is nothing like my Nannie's tomatoes on the farm though....they are the best! Terence got a new video game and has been absorbed in the television (note to all wives...if you ever want to spend time with your hubbys don't get a video game console!)
I have a new favorite TV show, we rented "Prison Break" on dvd. It is awesome!

Here is the scenerio for the show:

Michael Scofield is a desperate man in a desperate situation. His brother, Lincoln Burrows, is on death row and scheduled to die in a few months for a murder Michael is convinced Lincoln did not commit. With no other options and time winding down, Michael holds up a bank to get himself incarcerated alongside his brother in Fox River State Penitentiary. Once he's inside, we learn that Michael -- a structural engineer with the blueprints for the prison -- has hatched an elaborate plan to break Lincoln out and prove his innocence. Senior correctional officer Bellick offers some prison wisdom as Michael arrives. Then, with the help of his cellmate Sucre, Michael begins to align himself with a disparate group of prisoners -- including former mob boss John Abruzzi, and Charles Westmoreland, a man some believe to be the infamous skyjacker D.B. Cooper. On the outside Michael has only one ally, his defense attorney and longtime friend, Veronica Donovan -- who is Lincoln's former girlfriend. Meanwhile, Lincoln's 15-year-old son, LJ, is now adrift without his Uncle Michael's positive influence.

3 comments:

malea said...

Curtis and I have been watching "Alias" on DVD. It is sooooo good!

SamanthazBlog said...

I remember this show now! They did a story about it on the news here in Chicago....apparently, the prison where this is filmed is the old state peniteniary in Joliet, IL (not far from Chicago). Anyway, they did this story about the filming b/c there are rumors that this prison in Joliet is actually haunted - apparently it was shut down a long time ago b/c of how badly inmates were treated there (and you know if general society is claiming inmates were abused - it had to have been BAD). Anyway, they interviewed the actors on the show and they talked about how there were many times when they would get really spooked while filming and some of the actors even started to believe that the prison really was haunted! Sooooooo crreeeeepy. I hate ghost stories. So now every time we go by that prison in Joliet me and my sister are so creeped out we can't even look at it.
Anyway, I know that was kind of random, but it's the only thing I know about the show. I kinda wanna watch it now - it's really that good huh? I may check it out.
-Samantha

malea said...

Curtis and I have been watching "Alias" on DVD. It is sooooo good!

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