Interstellar Adventures

April 1, 2007

Walking Fine Here, But Sitting on my Tush…Just in Case

Filed under: It's Me, Lass,Married Life,Mr. Wonderful — by InterstellarLass @ 11:13 pm

I’ve managed to stay upright since Friday. You’ll all be happy to know that I haven’t taken a spill since the last incident. I appreciate all the concern. I’ll keep an eye on myself. And if I have any more issues, believe me Nick will drag my butt to the doctor quicker than you can blink. I’ve tried to stay off of my feet most of the weekend, except for the part of the day today where I mowed the lawn and trimmed the hedges. And when I cleaned the kitchen. And then my ankle hurt. But my butt was firmly planted on the couch Saturday.

Nick and I watched several movies, including Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House and That Touch of Mink. In both movies I briefly got to see Cary Grant shirtless. The stars of today don’t have anything on Mr. Grant. He was 58 in That Touch of Mink. And in excellent shape. I plan to watch more of his movies. 😉 Then we watched the movie Wonderland. Gruesome, gruesome murders. Of course I’m not all that familar with Mr. Holmes’ work, so, I didn’t really have a vested interest in the film. We watched parts of a couple of other things too, none of which are memorable. Tonight we watched The Prize Winner of Defiance, Ohio. I really like Julianne Moore. She’s a very good actress I think. And Woody Harrelson was in this too – a completely unsympathetic character I thought. But an inspiring, sad, true story. And, to top it all off, I watched Part I of Empire Falls. I do like Ed Harris and Paul Newman.

What about you? See any good movies this weekend?

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7 Comments »

  1. oohh Mr Grant, can us girlies ever have enough of him, he was a adorable.

    Amazing Grace was quite good at the flicks this weekend. Have you seen Napoleon Dynalite?- quirky sweet fillum.

    Comment by wisbo — April 2, 2007 @ 3:19 am |Reply

  2. Ow girl – don’t overdo it (I know you won’t)!

    We went to see The Robinson Family yesterday. It was so cute, and I even cried, because I’m a total sap and any emotional trigger in a movie was written just for me.

    Julianne Moore is a great actress, I totally agree. 🙂

    Comment by Leanne — April 2, 2007 @ 6:07 am |Reply

  3. The only movie we watched (and I say “watched” quite loosely, because during this movie I was busy giving our St. Bernard her spring haircut) was “The Notebook”…again. My 13 yr old is obsessed with it.

    Glad you stayed off your feet! Mostly!

    Comment by TSM-truth, sincerity, madness — April 2, 2007 @ 9:47 am |Reply

  4. Ooh man… take it easy.

    We watched Borat and Tenacious D/ Pick of Destiny. I didn’t see what all the fuss was about Borat. Crude humor, some very funny, mostly mediocre. Tenacious D was just bad. Very bad.

    Comment by Marie — April 2, 2007 @ 11:15 am |Reply

  5. Jason made me watch 300 😦

    I hated it.
    But I think he was getting me back for all the Audrey Hepburn movies I’ve been watching lately.

    Keeping an eye on yourself sounds hard to do. Do be careful.

    Comment by Jay — April 2, 2007 @ 5:10 pm |Reply

  6. We watched a started-out-funny-then-got-deeper-then-turned-totally-haunting movie called “Japanese Story”. I’d never heard of it, just grabbed it off the shelf. Liked it a lot.

    Glad you were on your tush… by choice.

    Comment by AbbyNormal — April 2, 2007 @ 7:13 pm |Reply

  7. Good heavens, sounds like it was Lass and Nick’s Weekend Film Festival.

    I like Ed Harris, as well, though I’ve never seen that film.

    Comment by Bone — April 2, 2007 @ 8:26 pm |Reply


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