Wednesday, August 25, 2010

Sick In The Summer Sucks.

So our Best Friends Day adventure this past weekend in Richmond has left both Alex and I with what we are referring to as the Richmondic Plague. HE never ever gets sick like me and he is so ill it makes me feel worse because I am too sick to take care of him. I am guaranteed at least one summer cold a year. At least its not swine flu like last year! But not quite what I have in mind when I think about spending a week in bed together.

I have read so many comic books, watched the entire first season of The New Adventures of Lois and Clark and soooooooooooooo many zombie movies including Boy Eats Girl which was the only one good enough to mention - Raiders of the Dead which had Richard Grieco in it was just too awful for words and Zombie Death House was just meh and it took too long to get to the zombies - I hate that.

Tonight it's Pho (the #1 cure all when you are sick - I call it the new ' tussin), OJ and Ginger Ale, rewatching the Big Brother season 6 premiere (my fave season and I need to remember what its like when the BB house is full of awesome houseguests and rivalries), Batman Beyond The Hood, some more zombie flicks and maybe a few kung fu movies.

I gotta get better, man. I leave for my Saratoga weekend Friday!

Coughs and Sniffles,

Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Henry V Program

Yeah I took that pic and it ended up it the Philadelphia Inquirer too.

Monday, August 9, 2010

My Stack O'Books from 7/21/10 - way over-due post.

Ok so I know I have been a slacker about posting to this thing but I have been busy, busy with the photography thing and having out of town visitors that it really cut into my free time.

I slacked on my reading too. Badly. I checked out these books on July 21:

I just finished them.....well I am almost done with The Art of Racing In The Rain....almost.

George & Sam was another recommendation from Nick Hornby's collection of essays. It was a really good book. It was written by the mother of three boys, the oldest both being autistic. It was such an experience just to read it. I can't even imagine living it. Highly recommended.

Me Talk Pretty by David Sedaris I snagged up because my boyfriend and nearly every other person I know reads and loves him. I was skeptical because I don't find Amy Sedaris funny at all. I was wrong. He is brilliant and now I too love him. If you haven't read it.

The Art of Racing In the Rain is good. Its different because it is told from the viewpoint of the dog. It kinda has a sappy, Lifetime Movie of the Week type storyline but its well written so I keep going.

Later today I will get an updated What I Am Reading up.