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Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Dear Future Husband

Dear future husband,

We haven't met yet, but I know you're out there. The perfect somebody for me. If you are reading this, then you have taken my heart for what I hope will be forever. I know that sometimes that our relationship will be hard, and you might want to give up on me, but don't. Don't mistake my lack of wanting to display my affection for you publicly as a sign that I don't love you because I do, I'm just not that kind of girl, but you would know that. When I ask to be left alone the BEST thing for you is to leave me alone. It's not because I don't love you, I just like to be alone sometimes so please understand that. I love that you like to stay up with me all night and just stare at the stars and contemplate alien invasions, or why we haven't gotten our hands on a flying car like in the Jetson's cartoon.

Thank you for not thinking that I'm weird because I hide from lightning. Thank you for being honest with me even if it will hurt me. Thank you for watching Pretty In Pink with me for the 100th time. Thank you for abandoning being an adult and being a kid with me sometimes. Thank you for the beautiful children we will have. Thank you for thinking I'm even more beautiful without all of my make-up. Thank you for getting lost with me because we're both too stubborn to ask for directions. Thank you for putting the seat down so that I won't fall in when it's my turn. Thank you for ordering that pizza over the phone because I hate ordering over the phone. Thank you for asking me what's on my mind even when I won't admit that I have something on my mind. Thank you for not leaving when we argue. Thank you for not going to bed angry.

Thank you for taking out the garbage, and killing that spider. Thank you for the million laughs and smiles you put on my face. Thank you for being there to wipe my tears away. Thank you for letting me know that there is nothing to fear. Thank you for reassuring me whenever I need reassuring. Thank you for being that shoulder. Thank you for taking care of me when I'm ill. Thank you for laughing when I stuff tissues up my nose because I get sick and tired of wiping it. Thank you for the cards, kisses, and hugs. Thank you for coming to get me when my car won't start. Thank you for helping provide. Thank you for dreaming, believing, and seeing. Thank you for all of your funny and not so funny jokes. Thank you for having a sense of humor. Thank you for protecting. Thank you for your loyalty. Thank you for growing old with me.

Most of all, thank you for being the most wonderful and amazing husband that I could ever ask for.

PS. I'm sure I will be back to add more over the years. <3

Monday, December 20, 2010

How Do You Know This Movie Sucks?

Film Metro was gracious enough to provide 2 movie screening passes for me and a guest to see How Do You Know last Thursday night, and honestly, if I had paid to see this movie, I would have demanded a refund!

I didn't really know much about the movie before hand except the fact that Reese's Pieces (Reese Witherspoon) was in it, so I figured it would be a sure bet, and boy did I think wrong. The movie seemed to be all over the place. Paul Rudd's character was awful, and why on God's green earth would Jack Nicholson of all actors want to be in this movie? He can't be that hard up for cash. No, not even Reese Witherspoon could have saved this disaster of a movie. The only glimmer of hope for How Do You Know was non other than Owen Wilson's asshole character, Matty.

I fought desperately not to break one of my movie going rules which is to NEVER FALL ASLEEP DURING A MOVIE EVER. I thought that pulling out my cell (which we were advised not to do during the screening or we'd be kicked out of the viewing) and getting kicked out by the secret service of movie screenings would be a lot more interesting than this movie, but alas, I didn't.

So, if you're wondering, pondering, or on the fence about checking out How Do You Know, I say pass. Wait for one of those 3 day weekend showings on TNT or something. At least then the only thing you'd be wasting is your time, and not your money.

Oh, and here is the trailer: