Through the moist weekend, Jen and I spent a lot of time together. On Saturday we met in Boulder and got together with Scotty, who will be DJing our wedding. We took a gander at the sound equipment and then went to get some lunch. Unfortunately the Tea House, our primary lunching target, was closed for a private event so we hit up Connor O'Neils for some Irish food and brews. Later that night was Jen's bridal shower, so I came back down to Denver and made some cookies.
The cookies were for our lunch with Isaac and Elsa the next day. I made some oven baked chicken with peaches and biscuits, and we followed it up with the cookies. Their daughter Katie is our flower girl, so she tried on the dress we had got for her and looked positively adorable. We played some games before they bid adieu, and then Jen and I watched The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which left us underwhelmed.
Monday we had planned on going hiking, but Jen had a bad cold and it was raining, so we slept in thoroughly, played games, and lazed about in general. We went out for a walk and look at some amazing houses and the fresh green gardens ringing them. Later that evening Jen went home to her Bible study and I turned my sights on a project of mine: a tiling framework intended to eventually help in making tile-based games.
All in all, it was a good weekend. The rain was dressing on top of the weekend.