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Wednesday, November 18, 2009

Wednesday Thoughts

I've been home, sick, for the last couple days and it's surprising how being sick just sucks away your creativity. (I'm trying to warn you that I have nothing funny to say so if you stop reading now, I'll understand.)

A couple weeks ago I saw seasons one and two of Full House on sale for $14.99 (for both) and decided it was too good a deal to pass up. Today I was glad I did; Full House is the perfect sick day TV show. Nothing like gentle comedy to get you through a day where you're only half alert.

I am starting to really look forward to the holidays coming up! I love Thanksgiving and Christmas. The only bad thing about the holidays is that they make a single person feel even more single than usual. Have you noticed that? I am going to try not to focus on that aspect of them though, and just enjoy myself.

Every year on Thanksgiving my family holds a gingerbread house making competition, as I've mentioned previously. I'm trying to come up with a cool plan for mine this year but I can't over do it, as too much pre-planning is frowned upon by the judges (AKA my family). Do you make a gingerbread house this time of year?

Confession: I'm seeing New Moon with a group of girls (women) Friday night and I bought the tickets online weeks ago. As I was ordering them, I had a bit of an identity crisis along the lines of "who am I? Am I the kind of person who orders Twilight tickets three weeks before the movie? How old am I?" I concluded that it was Sarah's fault (just kidding, Sarah!). But I really am looking forward to the phenomena of seeing a Twilight movie on opening weekend - more for the audience reaction than for the movie itself. It's gonna be a trip. I saw the first Twilight movie in a crowded theater and was beyond entertained by the giggles, the gasps, and the shouts of "I LOVE YOU!" (I couldn't hold it in) at the movie screen. I expect no less this time.

Happy Wednesday guys - I hope your day was better than mine!

6 comments:

Sarah said...

Dang, you totally called me out! :) It's ok, I take the blame. I agree that seeing a movie with a semi-rambunctious audience is part of the appeal, getting all the first-hand reactions, giggles, oohs and ahhs. And hey, I will ALWAYS make you go to ridiculous teeny-bopper movies with me...that's a guarantee. :)

Angela said...

hope you feel better! but sickness and all, i'm a little jealous that you were at home all day watching Full House! Have Mercy! :)
PS, I, too, already have my New Moon tickets for Friday evening at 5pm sharp. If I didn't have to be a slave to the man, I'd probabaly attempt the midnight showing, but alas... responsibility and REM cycles call... :)

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opticwalrus said...

I am so mad at ABC Family for changing their program schedule. They used to have Gilmore Girls at 11:00 and then back to back Full House at 12:00 and 12:30. It's probably a blessing in disguise though and I'll end up actually getting work done instead of always getting sucked into the Tanner's world for an hour. Plus, I can always watch Full House at 3:00 and 3:30 if I need a fix.

Katherine said...

Yeah, I was realizing today that I will, technically, be driving 2 1/2 hours to see New Moon with y'all...sad. Yet so much obsessive fun! (I reread the book yesterday on my sick day and got through about 300 pages...it's a sickness in itself.)

Katherine said...

P.S. I loooove the new Mr. Burns quote!! He's the best.