That's about all I have to say on the subject.
We're back in OKC. The drive was uneventful, as always, save for the THICK AS SNOT FOG that we hit about a half hour from home. I also noticed that somehow the drive from LA to OKC seems to go by a lot faster than the other way around. Maybe it has to do with the elated feeling of being free from your past. Or maybe I'm being overly existential about it.
Also, before we left yesterday, we finally found Adrian's headstone. We spent a solid hour looking for it before my mom called my cousin, who had been to it in the snow before, to come help us, and it took her all of 5 seconds to find it. We were all annoyed at her. I took a picture of it, below the jump for anybody who wants to see it. It's fairly uninteresting. I mean, it's a tombstone. A picture of Adrian, too, because I felt like it.( A picture is worth some words, apparently )
Also, we saw The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
. It was kinda slow to start. Basically the first 45 minutes or so is just "hey look, he looks old, but he's really only 10! Do you get it yet? He's aging backwards. See? See? He's old, but not really." After it picked up it was a pretty good flick. Like any story worth telling, it's about a girl (that's a blatantly ripped off quote from something, if anybody can remember where I stole it from, I'd be greatful). Funny, touching, blah blah. David Fincher is a pretty cool cat.
Thus ended this post.