Things I end up thinking about during my daily 3-hour roundtrip commute (#1):
I wonder if you could put a prescription lens over a video camera and then make prescription movies to sell to people who don’t want to wear their glasses while enjoying a film… Or as a cruel joke to their 20-20 friends.
isn’t there a green VAIO? A plethora of green cell phones? Can’t I find another pair of green Superstars?
You would think with allll the eco-friendly earth stuff going on, there would be more green stuff about. I LOVE green!
I remember when I was little my Nan told me about her purple-obsessed friend that would only sign her purple checks with a purple pen and put it in her purple purse, etc etc. I will be that lady, with green. Green makes me happy.
Today something I was scared might happen happened.
I woke up with a dislocated shoulder. I guess I slept on it wrong, but waking up with my arm out of the socket was horibble. It took about 20 minutes for me to find the courage to go through the pain of just sitting up in bed.
Long morning, but I must say, I loved my doctor. He was short and bald and chubby and so sweet and from Iraq and I hugged him twice to thank him for treating me so kindly. He was expensive, but it was worth it.
No work tomorrow so I can go to the doctor.
Oh, and Simon took SUCH great care of me. It made me fall in love with him again.
The sound everyone makes everytime an old movie is on that shows the skyline of New York city with the twin towers still intact.
Currently watching: Armageddon. Haven’t seen it since I was 14 years old… I’m waiting to see how much I’ve changed in 10 years. I remember when I first saw this movie, I didn’t cry, I thought Ben Affleck wasn’t very romantic in his proposal, and I didn’t understand why they didn’t let the buggy-eyed dude (Steve Buscemi) detonate the bomb.
Wonder how the 24-year-old me will see this movie. Stay tuned. And let me know if you now want to watch Armageddon because of this post… ?