And I think I should probably just stick to mainstream media. Something I can predict and understand. The movie had a good storyline, but it liked to fast forward to the future, so you needed to guess at what happened. I don't like to not know the facts, for things to be blurry. How can I fully enjoy a movie without the details?? The man went from signing a multimillion dollar deal for an international soccer superstar, to cooking in his brothers restaurant without so much as a hint. What the heck?? That is all I can think the entire movie. What is going on, what the heck happened? It's hard to pay attention when I am trying to put all the pieces together! Don't get me wrong, I like mysteries and I like to try and put those pieces together, but when I think I am sitting down to mindless romantic movie and I have indie film "off beat" I am not so happy. Plus, I am one of those that likes for things to end "correctly" which really means however I think it needs to end. And generally I am a happy ending person. No happy ending? No happy viewer.
Today we were supposed to have a big remnant sale at work. I was really excited because the last one we did went really well and drove in a lot of new business. So, of course, this morning it was raining. I was disappointed. 3 people came in today. We made $40. Ha. But on the upside, we worked in the warehouse and began to organize it. Since I got into the cleaning mode, I came home and did my room too. My gosh, how I collect so much crap and so much PAPER. Holy crap. I had an entire trash bag filled with paper, old mail, and magazines.
I got all my purses out from all the different places I stick them in. Ladies, I have a problem. I filled an entire L.L. Bean XL duffel bag FULL of purses. That was after I had pulled the ones out to take to Good Will. I am ashamed. I wanted to get rid of more, but I couldn't. I love them. And the even worse thing is I want save them for my bonus mom's yard sale, sell them, and buy
And are you all that Christmas is on it's way? That's right I said it: Christmas. I went into Costco and it's like winter wonderland with all the Christmas decorations in there. All I have to say is I really hope that Mr. S is home by then. And I am really sad that I am
Last, but not least. We have started a family plan. We are getting up at 5:30 A.M. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday to run, lift, and try our darnedest to shed some pounds. No junk, no sugar-unless it's natural, like fruit, and smaller portions. Since Mr. S has been gone, I have put on 10 pounds. My Little Debbie muffin top has gone to a Costco muffin top. And it isn't pretty. Wish me luck.