Sunday, July 18
Now that we have three children to care for, our movie going days have slowly dwindled. Before kids we would go nearly every weekend, even if what we saw sucked. Now that we go so little I try to be very picky about what we spend our time and money seeing.
The last few seconds, oh yes, those last few seconds. Brian and I debated them on the ride home. I seemed to think one thing, he thought the other. Without saying what I thought was true, what did you think?
I love the dark feel of the movie, and again if you are a Nolan fan you know what I mean. The visuals were so crisp and finely tuned and just beautiful. Awesome cinematography.
But what really matters to me is the plot and in case you don't know what is supposed to happen....Cobb (leo) is asked to do the very difficult task of implanting a thought in a very important person's mind (cillian). (SPOILER ALERT) Doing so will help him get back to his family whom he is unable to be with because his wife has killed herself and made it look like Cobb was responsible. Why? Because she thought her world was a dream and wanted Cobb to join her in leaving it to get back to their real lives and real children.
I think you can figure out what the last few seconds mean. But it was so beautifully done that it wasn't annoying when it happened.
(END SPOILER ALERT)
I've always considered the idea that my entire world is a dream. Brian and I joke about it occasionally. He always gets upset because he thinks it's egotistical of me. Maybe. But considering the enormity of the universe and impossible magnitude of endless space, time and physics, I'm not ruling out anything.
Thursday, June 17
I love this house plan. It's actually a duplex! But it doesn't look anything like one. It's almost 4,000 square feet total. I bet if you built this as a modular house it would be much much cheaper than you'd think. Perhaps the other half would make a good in-law suite and you could have the whole upstairs and half of the downstairs. What do you say? Splitsies?
Monday, June 14
It's an AMC original series, very character driven but the plot holds its own quite well. Last night was the season finale and I was on the edge of my seat the ENTIRE time. And the end, what a great scene! Jesse in tears as he's forced to shoot an innocent man to save Walt. Walt about to be executed with just one ace up his sleeve, Jesse. I'm not even gonna mention last week's final five minutes! Wow. I won't go into any more details but just to add that it's definitely a show you can get into.
I'm a bit sad that it's ending for a while but on the bright side, True Blood premiered tonight as well. So, Sunday's are still all good. Oh and speaking of Sundays, save the date! July 25th. Mad Men. Be there.
Monday, May 24
I loved it. I loved it. I loved it. I loved it.
The way they juxtapositioned Jack's death with their scene at the church and his realization that he died. And when he closed his eyes and the show came to an end and came full circle. I LOVED IT!
It did make me a little sad to think that Jin and Sun never got to raise their daughter and that John never got to be with Helen. And seeing John remember his life when he wiggled his foot made me remember how much I missed the old island Locke. But I think it ended just the way I wanted it to. You know I'm a stickler for unanswered questions but I think I'm satisfied with what we were given.
I think some people will be upset with how the show ended but I liked it because since its inception the show has been more about the characters and their personal journey than the island and its strange backstory (and that's coming from a sci-fi nerd....so....there).
It's fitting that in it's last few minutes, the show focused on the characters and let the remaining secrets of the island to interpretation.
I'm going to go watch the last five minutes and cry all over again.
Saturday, February 6
Last night it snowed. It snowed more than it had in quite a while, approximately 20 inches. As I was cozy inside I looked out of our bedroom windows into the harsh blizzard and thought how lucky I was to have a warm home, children to snuggle with and food to eat. While the snow came down we watched 'Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs' and '9'. It's funny how such cold weather can make you feel all warm inside.
Monday, January 25
Born 6lbs 6oz with blue eyes and blond hair. (That last one shocked me!)
You'll see more of us later. For now we are recovering at home. Thank you for all your kind words! I loved reading them through the haze of Percocet:)
Wednesday, January 20
For the past month I've been experiencing the pregnancy symptom known as Pica. Which is basically a medical disorder characterized by an appetite for substances largely non-nutritive (e.g. metal, clay, coal, soil, chalk, paper, soap, mucus, ash, gum, etc.) Isn't that strange? One thing in particular....bath salts. The smell is intoxicating. I'd equate the urge to smell and eat them to a strong pregnancy craving for pickles and ice cream.
Specifically, this brand and smell. Lucky Chic Mandarin White Orchid Bath Salts. Brian bought some as a stocking stuffer last year at Big Lots. I ran out just as I realized how much I craved the smell. When I told Brian he went out and found more and surprised me with them for Christmas. It was the BEST $2 ever spent!
My only problem is keeping myself from actually eating them. I wonder if I'll feel this way after the baby is born? Has anyone else experienced similar urges while pregnant?