[edit needed: update photos]
A really old t-shirt that I love because it has a cool tiger on the front. It’s not really in the wearable pile anymore either, but I’ll try to do something with the logo. Why do I keep sticking my hands in my pockets?
A new Old Navy ringer shirt. I like this one because it’s plain, and the sleeves fit better.
My Dinosaurland shirt. I love this one, but the sleeves are too long, so I’m thinking of having them re-sewn to be shorter. I tried not sticking my hands in my pockets for this photo, but clearly that’s not the best pose either. I need to practice in the mirror
We had another hectic weekend. We spent Saturday at Stephanie’s getting her house ready for her surgery, and then took a break and went to see Bewitched in the evening. I liked Nicole Kidman in this movie better than some she’s done in the past. Sunday we visited my mom and saw my nieces Riley and Erika.
This morning, I spent 45 minutes looking for my keys and never found them. They have to be somewhere in the foyer, but I didn’t find them at all. I ended up using my spare set. Very frustrating, especially after I didn’t sleep well.
And last but not least, I’m struggling to get through my book club book; 1912: Wilson, Roosevelt, Taft and Debs -The Election that Changed the Country. I know the first (and second) rule(s) of book club are not to talk about the book before book club, but I can’t help it — this book is damned boring. And it’s especially frustrating since
I’m slogging through it so I can read these far more interesting books:
Freakonomics : A Rogue Economist Explores the Hidden Side of Everything
by Steven D. Levitt, Stephen J. Dubner
Everything Bad Is Good for You: How Today’s Popular Culture Is Actually Making Us Smarter
by Steven Johnson
Why Marriage Matters: America, Equality, and Gay People’s Right to Marry
by Evan Wolfson
Emotional Design: Why We Love (or Hate) Everyday Things
by Donald A. Norman
Jonathan Strange & Mr. Norrell
by Susanna Clarke
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I like that you turned what could have been a very critical review of Bewitched into a positive for Nicole Kidman. I hadn’t thought of the movie that way… until I read your post. You have a point. I’ve already told one person to wait for the DVD.
On the whole, I didn’t hate Bewitched. I did laugh out loud quite a bit, and Nicole was enjoyable to watch. It was a silly, light-hearted movie, which we were in the mood for. The whole thing could have been done much better, I think, as a tribute to the original, which was a really unique show for it’s time and deserved a better tribute. But it didn’t suck ditch-water, like some big screen remakes have.