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Crossing the Event Horizon

For a while now Tuesday nights have been kid-free for me, with the little man getting some guy time with my ex. Almost every one of these Tuesdays has been action-packed. Chock full of social activities, errand running, movies, grown up dinners or what have you. But not tonight. I have NOTHING planned. The late afternoon/evening could take me anywhere. But it will most likely lead to my very own couch, wrapped up in my own spacetime bubble, unseen by outside observers. And I am all right with that. No nerdfighting for this gal after all. Though one last road trip to pizza farm would’ve been kinda nice.

Friday is a different story. I’ve got the day off from work (and every Friday for the rest of the year - vacation time to use up). And I’m going to see Twilight. Uh huh, I’ll admit it. I don’t care who mocks me and my love of teen vampire romance. I even joined the “Because I read Twilight I have unrealisteic[sic] expectations in Men” group on Facebook. That’s right, my next special man-friend had better be able to protect me from oncoming traffic with only his fist.

my house, late at night

Bonus: Beautiful, thought provoking photos by James Cooper at tinyvices (via blogumentary).
Plus: Just realized I’m seeing two movies on Friday, because the boy wants to go to Bolt on opening day.
And: An admission…I haven’t read a single one of the celebrity pep talk emails sent out from NaNoWriMo headquarters, written by famous authors. Maybe I wouldn’t be lagging behind in word count if I caught up on them. Hmmm.

5 Comments

  1. Meghan wrote:

    I totally want to see Bolt, too! That hamster in the ball cracks me up every time.

    Tuesday, November 18, 2008 at 4:03 pm | Permalink
  2. amanda wrote:

    so, i was avoiding the twilight books like the plague. then…a friend told me she read one and loved it. i borrowed her copy and then bought her the second in the series. *sigh*

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 1:11 am | Permalink
  3. Sharyn wrote:

    I successfully avoided that damned Chihuahua movie, but Bolt looks like it’ll be decent.

    Oh Amanda. It just sucks you in, mercilessly. There is little to be done about it.

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 11:41 am | Permalink
  4. Nix wrote:

    Ah! I swear, there is an overwhelming feeling in the pit of the caverns of my stomach that says: THIS MOVIE WILL SUCK! NO MOVIE CAN REPLICATE THE CONTENTS OF THE BOOK….However, I cannot say no to vampires and I cannot say no to teenage heartth-rob-s and the two of those mixed together in perfect literary bliss is like putting a cake in front of me an telling me to resist it.

    LONG LIVE VEGGIE VAMPS

    Nix
    (Lonnnng time reader :) )

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 9:03 pm | Permalink
  5. Sharyn wrote:

    Ha! Oh Nix, good to hear from you even though I am afraid you are totally right. I expect I’ll be cringing my way through the whole film. And then maybe I’ll rush home to re-read the books, to make myself feel better.

    Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 9:09 pm | Permalink

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