Thanks for a great Memorial Day Weekend. You all are too cute for words.
Here's Keegan showing off his dance moves - obviously learned on the streets.
Here's Keegan and Camden proving just how much fun it is to be a kid - running through the sprinklers - at my bidding of course. AJ, the brother-in-law is destined for sainthood.This 'lil guy (man of the house #4) is destined to break-slash-melt hearts everywhere.This aunt didn't want to leave after the weekend.
In mathematics, Pierre de Fermat proved you are the only single number between a square (25 = 52) and a cube (27 = 33)...or that...in science, you are the atomic number of iron (actually I did know this)...or that...in the armed forces, you are the age at which males can no longer be drafted in the United States.
So, I guess this means all signs point to me a having a great year.
For those who haven't decided whether or not to see you, let me give my 4 cents:
Obviously, you're nothing like the original animated version, but you're more like the book (from what I've been told since I haven't read it)
Loved the look of the film (go figure, Tim Burton is great)
Helena Bonham Carter gets my vote for favorite actor in the movie
The 3D didn't really do much for me...
Even if you aren't excited to go, give it a shot, maybe not in 3D, but why miss the chance of seeing a movie that isn't like all the others and for which people dress up? I saw Alices and Mad Hatters - - I was hoping for someone in a Cheshire cat outfit. No dice.
And no, I don't mean the professional football team who lost to the Colts...or the finger snapping Shark fighting caucasians in West Side Story...or even Elton's catchy and often unknown lyrics of the song first featured on Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.
From a quick poll of close friends and coworkers, apparently my family was one of few families who owned the groups albums on cassette. And I'll even stake a claim to fame and say one of the former band members married the sister of my childhood friend.
Thank goodness for great 80's music. And by great, I mean nostalgic. I needed this today.
I'm sorry I insulted you by seeing the movie Leap Year.
The romantic comedy is a dying genre and this one should have been laid to rest well before production began. The most entertaining part was hearing/seeing the reaction of the crowd at the 12noon matinee. It was as if they had never seen a chick flick before...I on the other hand know it's bad when I predict 80% of the movie - including exact delivery of lines.
Maybe that proves I've seen one too many chick flicks...
Blast me for getting suckered in all because of an attractive male lead (Matthew Goode).
But I hope Intellect, you enjoyed the attempt to save you by seeing Young Victoria. It provided a take on actual historical events, a female lead (Emily Blunt) who didn't make me embarrassed on behalf of my gender and another handsome male lead (Rupert Friend).
Maybe this proves I'm just a sucker for a period piece...or good-looking British men.