October 14, 2004

Beachy. Just Beachy.

The fam is heading Beachward for a long weekend, and I couldn't be happier! There will be sand, and surf, and a trip to the Ripley's Aquarium to pet the stingrays, and dinner and a movie for me and the Hublet whilst The Boy hangs with the grandfolk.

Also, there will be sports. I say this as the spouse of a man who had two televisions on simultaneously in the den so that he wouldn't have to, you know, lose two seconds viewing of one game to check the score on the other. So yeah. Sports.

I am hoping to talk Hublet into seeing Team America: World Police, because I saw the little "making of" special last night and Trey Parker and Matt Stone just seemed so gleeful about blowing up puppets who looked like actors that I now want to partake of the puppet carnage. Plus--PUPPETS! Wah! And Kim Jong Il sounds just like Cartman! And I could really use a break from seriousness about now. So I'm twelve. Sue me.

Last night's Lost episode was most excellent as well, so I am in a properly pleased frame of mind for my mini-break. I do enjoy a series that can surprise me. And I'm looking very forward to the Farscape mini-series on Sunday as well.

Y'all have a good weekend.

Posted by Big Arm Woman at October 14, 2004 01:42 PM

Just got back from the ILs at Sunset Beach (by Calabash, N. Myrtle, etc) this past Sunday and must say that it was turnin' COLD last week! Wishing you marvelous sunshine, slightly warmer temps, cooperative stingrays and horseshoe crabs, and off-season discount prices for all things beachy.

Posted by: Sally at October 14, 2004 02:33 PM

We saw a sneak preview of Team America this past weekend, and I almost wet my pants in some parts. And the pupet sex? OMG! Find some friends to go with you if Hublet won't go, you need to see this movie!

And I have been waiting for this weekend ever since they left John and Aeryn as a little pile of dust floating in that boat. I couldn't believe that they ended things that way! I kept thinking that there MUST be one more episode left, no way could that be the end. This miniseries had better be good, I'm a little mift that they're going to try and wrap up EVERYTHING over the course of 4 hours including commercials.

Yes, I'm a nerd...

Posted by: Gretchen at October 14, 2004 02:45 PM


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