One thing that has struck me at the odd moment from time to time over the last few days is my movie trailer experience on Saturday. We saw the trailer for the new Bridget Jones movie. I found the fight scene between Hugh Grant and Colin Firth very funny in the first one. It appears as though they have another fight scene. It made me giggle... and giggle... and giggle. I didn't stop giggling until after the next movie trailer had started. The trailer showed again at the second movie we saw. Again I giggled and giggled and giggled. I hope my giggle doesn't get worn out between now and when I see the movie.
Did you know Amy Sedaris runs a cupcake and cheeseball business out of her apartment? I didn't.
I noticed a few days ago that I no longer have access to the private areas of Corruption of Reverie. I really haven't had time to write anything for it and there are a few forums I've not really done more than skim in the last month. It's sad. I wish I had more time to read all the forums I like to visit. I was shocked but I understand. The same thing had happened to me at EQ Women a while back. It wasn't as shocking there as they also had a security issue at the time. I just never reapplied for the private forum.
Coming into work today was a joy. I got to hear my counterpart complain about how my main customer drove him crazy. I know I shouldn't take pleasure in other people's misery, but it felt good. A few months back I felt like I was playing the martyr at work but stopped after I realized it. No one there cares. Well, no one but my HR person. I come thisclose to nominating myself as an employee of the month nearly every month. I do make sure I nominate someone each month. I mean, at least one individual out of sixty has to do something exceptional each month. Right?
Last night we watched the finale of Big Brother. We were hoping Drew would win and he did. I thought it would be a landslide victory. We also watched The Amazing Race. Again, we picked winners. We ended the night with an episode of Real World.
I heard on the radio yesterday that there is rumor Melissa Etheridge will play a transgendered person in a movie called Southern Comfort. I seriously think that rumor is wacky. There is already a documentary called Southern Comfort which is so much better than any fictional movie could be.
I can't recall if I mentioned it or not, but I started reading Enduring Love the other day. I'm already on Chapter 5. The beginning was a little strange for me. I determined it takes place in England but for a while I couldn't tell what year it was.
My husband extended his October trip for work but I just realized that he extended it longer than I thought. He'll be home a day or so and then take me to the airport for my own October trip. Now I'm sad.