I have that going ’round in my head. For those who have no clue what I’m talking about, it’s an old jingle for a commercial for the TV game show Wheel of Fortune. Please don’t ask why I have it stuck in my head. I’ll blame it on hallucinations from being ill.
I’m feeling some better. I was pretty sick Friday and Saturday. Enough so that we really didn’t get to do anything that we had planned. That made being sick so much worse and I’m still bummed about it. The one good thing about being sick (if there is one) is that we usually get some sort of tv/movie watching done because I can’t concentrate on reading or working. So this weekend, in between my long bouts of sleeping, we watched Silent Hill (terrible movie), Ocean’s Thirteen and Live Free: Die Hard.
Josh and I both loved Ocean’s Eleven and have watched and rewatched it many times. I’ve seen Ocean’s Twelve one time. I didn’t care for it much at all, though there were moments that I appreciated (like Julia Roberts pretending to be herself). I liked Ocean’s Thirteen much more than Twelve and would definitely watch it again, though this is a case of the first still shining above the rest, at least for me.
Die Hard, well, I’m a big fan of these movies. These and the Lethal Weapon movies. Love them, love them, love them. Of all the Die Hard movies, the second was not my favorite (for those who aren’t sure, that’s the one that takes place in the airport) but I’d still watch a marathon of all of them and be happy. Yippee-ki-yay! But I think it’s important to go into the movies knowing that they’re going to really ask you to suspend your disbelief and show you totally improbable things. Because otherwise you’re just going to be pissed off. So I loved it and I know I’ll be watching it again. And again. And again. Oh, and Bruce Willis? I think he’s even sexier bald than he was with hair.
I’m not sure what’s on the agenda for today. Either a movie out (National Treasure is calling my name) or watching football since it’s the last week of regular season. Maybe both 😉 Only three more days until Brianna comes home. Man, that has flown by!