Well, hey look at me, catching up and such.
I know, I’m crazy behind, but I’ve been working 15+ hour days, so give me a break.
March 8 was pretty great.
I left work at 2 or so, because I had worked almost until midnight the night before and been back out at an event at 8.
I came home and I cooked!
Legitimately made something at my house, not in a microwave, which I haven’t done in quite some time, not having pots I could use.
I have one again. I am exci
Clearly. Anyways, my cooking adventure, Nutella rice crispie treats, turned out delightful.
Jenny, Brent, Roomie and I had a movie night. A cartoon, a raunchy comedy, champagne, the usual.
It was a ton of fun.
PS earlier in the day, I was watching Frasier, and Megan Mullaly was on it and they went to Seattle Repertory Theatre (which I’ve been to) and saw The Man Who Came to Dinner (which I’ve been IN) and it was wonderful times a thousand.
Sorry I’m late, busy day yesterday.
I watched a Frank Sinatra movie from the ’60s. It’s based on the prequel book to the Die Hard novel, (Yes, there’s a Die Hard novel) so I watched the movie with the person who first inspired me to watch Die Hard.
The movie followed a cranky detective as he uncovered a web of corruption. Also, the main person killed, and several other people, where some of those homosexuals.
Because the movie was set in the ’60s, the portrayal of gays was alarmingly inaccurate. The movie was a little slow, with only a couple shots fired the whole time, but I’m glad I watched it.
Also, Halloween (my favorite!) is getting close. This photo made me lol.
I messed up!
I forgot to post yesterday, which is unfortunate because it wasn’t even one of my bad days.
I got to see my grandparents who live far away and we ate yummy Chinese food.
I dished with a coworker about her upcoming date and we drank wine and watched Bridesmaids.
It was a pleasant day.
Then, today, Roomie and I went to Tri-Cities. She had a doctor appointment but then we went to Costco and to the Country Mercantile. I got a bunch of movie musicals and three Clint Eastwood movies at the store. One of which is Two Mules for Sister Sara. Which I LOVE.
I also have a movie from Netflix and we got a few more from Redbox. So we’ve got Drive, Moneyball, What’s Your Number and Margin Call.
So, overally, fantastic film day.
I love it.
A little gift for Rikki, who I know would love to see this.
60-Day Photo project, day 55
A picture of the last movie you saw in theaters
60-Day Photo Project, day 39
A picture of your favorite movie
Ok, so this one is easy – kind of. I don’t choose favorite movies, but I CAN tell you my top 3. Because they are in a three-way tie for all-time favorite. Plus, I think it gives you a better idea of what I enjoy. No limiting me, internets!
A Knight's Tale
The Princess Bride
PS One of these pictures is now the background on my computer. Hint: it’s not the first one. Hint 2: it’s not the second one either.
Thank you, Netflix, for knowing me so well.
This was the top category for my recommended movies today: