Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Just another day


I took the good advice that some of you have given me and took my sister to a movie today. Saw Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
My husband says that it's good at first, and then just gets too silly. My sister loved it. She loves everything.

I agree with my husband... sort of. It starts out well, but then gets pretty silly. Still I enjoyed it. I was in the mood for silly. And I was in the mood for NO TALKING. A miracle did occur. Bonnie doesn't talk during a movie! Nice surprise. I like that in a movie-watcher. My husband doesn't talk during movies either, so I was a happy camper.

Now both of them are asking "When are we going to eat" So, bye.

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10 comments:

AP3 said...

Yeah! The movie idea worked!

Now FEED them, wench!

actonbell said...

hehehe. Glad you got some peace.

Fred said...

I figured it would work. When I have three teenagers simultaneously bouncing off the walls, it's off to the movies we go! (It sounds like your sister has just as much firepower!)

Raine said...

Hopefully they chose something chewy to keep them from talking for just a bit longer. ;-)

mireille said...

so glad Bonnie doesn't talk in movies! *um, am I allowed to say that? I mean, I'm not in the family or anything ... just expressing support* xoxo

jevanking™ said...

You wouldn't want to go with me. I often make loud comments during the previews and will occassionally say something during the movie that pisses people off if the movie is boring. Yes, I'm that litte 12 year old that won't shut up.

GodlessMom said...

I enjoyed that movie too, it is definitely silly but sometimes that's exactly what I need. I'm glad you got some peace!

Tan Lucy Pez said...

mireille: I appreciate the support. You can say anything on my blog, without offending.

Jevanking: Talking during previews is okay by me. During the movie, not so good.

Always_Adventuring said...

I haven't seen the Smith movie but I'm glad to know this before I go see it. After all the hype I was expecting a good action flick, not silliness. That's a little disappointing but a little silliness never hurt either.

Anonymous said...

Enjoyed a lot! » »