Monday, January 18, 2010

This is it.

I spent the weekend caring for 2 healing cats, both now without front claws or the chance of ever being a Mommy, but indeed they are both in possession of a bit of a chip on their fuzzy shoulders towards me, the one who took them to their demise. They're wearing down though. Both of them snuggled me last night.

Oh, and I spent the weekend working on several things for school and for Full Life, balancing productivity with laziness and freedom alone with Jim while the kids were away with Grandma and Grandpa and (see above paragraph- Hudson did not need to be here to help with their recovery...he just loves them too much). It's always fun to be alone, and do whatever we want- I'm always amazed at how much time there is when our kids aren't here. It's like 4 days in 1. Blows my mind. Love you, Jim. Thanks for a great weekend. I really like you.

Sunday was topped off with a huge sinus headache and the Golden Globes. Basically, I watch one to two big awards shows a year, which is more than enough information to know who's up, who's down, what's big, what isn't, and in general, what's going on in Hollywood. I just got done filling up our Netflix queue, and now we'll catch up in the next year on all the things everyone else has already seen. And we will now go back to barely paying any attention to what's happening in Hollywood. And, are we the only two people in America that don't want to see Avatar?? Really? The only two?? Oh, and am I the only one that thought it was funny to hear Arnold say "Avatar" over and over? Am I the only one?

To wrap up, that was my weekend. And I didn't take any time to blog. So this is my Monday exercise in writing. This is it.


Anne Elizabeth said...

I don't want to see Avatar either;)

Anonymous said...

I do not want to see Avatar either! So you are not the only people! I really think that movies such as Avatar are NOT acting.

Jenn Boerger said...

Oh, Megan! This really isn't as much about your post as it is about Full Life: wow! Your new website is fantastic, I love the layout and music! Your photos are gorgeous, as always, friend. I've enjoyed watching from afar as you develop your skills and can truly see your passion in your photos. May you continue to bless those you work with!

Anonymous said...

I do not want to see Avatar either! Love your blog! You have a beautiful family!

Kiki said...

I don't want to see it either! But, I think my husband does. I've heard it described as evil. Mmm, no thanks!

Sounds like a fun weekend!

Danielle said...

I don't want to see Avatar either. And it took me a while to even figure out that Arnold was even saying "Avatar"! ;)