Friday, November 12, 2010

Hey, Seen any good movies lately?

So, um, how have you all been? Me? Alright, alright. Well. A little depressed sick. Nothing that a little Zoloft rest can't cure.

On to other topics. The offspring in question was indeed an Atlee.

And I'm sorry for the crick in your neck. The one you're going to get if you watch this.




video

Now. About this house that I've sort of been ignoring for the last year week.

8 comments:

Wombat Central said...

Aw. Hope you're okay.

I can tell you to wait for the DVD of Megamind (kiddie movie).

Patioboater said...

Glad to see you posting again!

Moviewise, last night we finally caught up with our pre-Halloween viewing with a Lon Chaney, Jr., double-feature of "The Wolf Man" (1941) and "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man" (1943).

Baby Chubs would've made a lovely snack for the Wolf Man.

Tonight we need to finish off something from NetFlix, so that I can finally watch "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World," which now sits at the top of my queue.

Patioboater said...

Addendum -- I just went and looked at Netflix and "Scott Pilgrim Vs. The World" doesn't come out on Blue-Ray until Dec. 7th. Ugh.

Now we'll see if I can hold out and not pay $5.99 for the DirecTV pay-per-view sitting on my DVR right now.

Uncle Michael in DC said...

I've seen three movies in the past week and a half. First I saw Wall Street 2 (not bad), then I saw "Get Low" (pretty great) and Wednesday I saw "The Social Network" (also pretty great). I was supposed to see "The Robber" (German film) tonight but I bailed after sleeping all day.

Anonymous said...

Movies? Are those the tv shows without interlacing of toys?

WHOA - when did Mr. Chubs starting being horizontal all the time??

themac

Monique said...

Oh, somehow, I'm not able to see the video. But, based on the comments about it, I'm guessing Emerson is the star.

Sounds like you may be having one of those times in life when it feels like all ones energy is needed just to hold on, hang in, and trust that the passage of time will help reset things. And, yes, sleep does help! Wishing you sweet dreams.

smallpines.com said...

Speaking of movies, I'm wondering how your house is holding up under the influence of Harry Potter mania. (It's bad over here ... we're going to P'burgh to see it tomorrow morning.) Expelliarmus!

spokeit said...

Zoloft (cough) I mean rest is great for feeling better!

And the crick in the neck was made worth it by the sight of those cheeks. Nom, nom, nom.