I was upset today when I realized I had missed a post at Kristie's about her getting a new job. (Woohoo!!!) I immediately commented and wondered what I had done to miss her post. After jumping around on a few blogs and discovering TONS of posts I had missed well, I was stymied.
Oh yeah! Yesterday I got up around 3:30pm. Then I remember Bob coming home and well, I was super grumpy. Uber Bitch was skulking about making life miserable. I finally turned to Bob and said 'I think I better go lay down and see if I can get this bitch out of me'. Bob promptly agreed.
So I went up at 7:30pm for a nap. I did wake up a few times and considered getting up but I still felt tired so I rolled over and fell back asleep.
I woke up today at 7:30am.
Yep, I was awake for what? Five hours yesterday? No wonder I missed a bunch of posts! I slept most of the day away!
The great news is that I woke up totally refreshed and ready to get some serious shit done.
Cody and I tackled the continued cleaning of the pool. The other day the water wasn't so cold so I didn't worry about having to plunge my arm in to fill the stupid hose up with water. Well. That was a very bad idea. My arm hurt for about 15 minutes afterwards and Cody and I had to take a break.
I was able to get out there and vacuum about 1/3 of the pool (it's HUGE!! and I'm not used to that). Then I had to empty the filter in the house and re-prime the pump. Re-priming the pump involves putting your arm back in the water for way too long so I decided to let Bob do some of this work. Yeah. Cody and I called it an afternoon.
We (Cody and I - seriously, my dog is now my shadow!) then watched Mission Impossible III and all I have to say on that is WTF was going on!? There was no point to this movie. Even at the end of the movie *they* don't tell you what it was that was so important as to have certain people die or need to be killed. I just don't get what the movie was about. Now, just so you know, I loved MI:II. I thought it was very romantic whereas this one felt creepy in it's romance because the romance heroine looked like she was 18 and well, Cruise was looking a little crazy. Not. Good.
Oh, there was this one scene that was continuous of Ethan Hawke (Cruise) running full out without a camera break. In other words, Cruise had to run full out for about a minute. I found that impressive for a man over 40 years old. I used to be a sprinter and nowadays I go three steps and my knee winks out and I fall. I guess it pays to be rich and have trainers and dieticians at your demand.
Oooops. Envious Cindy.
I also watched the movie Click at some point yesterday although I have no recollection of the time. Weird.
If you have seen a Sandler movie then you already know his funny stuff and that stuff was there but I've seen it before so, not so funny.
The concept of the film for me, had a flaw.
See, he could FF through things that he didn't have time for or whatever. He FF to the time when his Boss promoted him and discovered that his boss made him wait for an entire year before doing so. Thus, a year of his life had passed. Then the controller learns his patterns of what he likes to FF and starts doing it automatically. Not Good. It's actually cool how the hero gets warped through time because of previous setting on the controller and I did manage a few tears at the end but still. THERE WAS A REWIND BUTTON!!! Seriously, if your whole premise for a movie is that some person can pause and then FF through some crap in his life then isn't also possible for him to rewind to the part where he wants to be?
So that one set off my 'illogical' button.
To end here's a picture of my Cody Bear out helping with the pool.
Doesn't that look just say 'Fuck You!'
And that was on the warm day! It was frickin' cold outside today - there were actual snow flakes floating around.
Okay, off to bed because my best buds are coming for a visit and I need to be on my game.