~ Great to see you hon--and we miss you too. The link from Robsessed was too funny. I agree that taking a minute to ogle Rob should
revitalize you and make you more productive at almost anything
, except for the fact that I usually still find myself staring at the screen 30 minutes later, with no memory of what I was doing the past half-hour.
We'll send postive vibes your way that things can be settled soon without a teacher's strike. What will the students do in the event the strike happens?Rachel
~ Congratulations on your pregnancy hon!
That's wonderful news. Are the boys excited? I hope you're feeling well and not being bothered by too many pregnancy symptoms other than pregnancy brain and pregnancy hormones. Marielle
~ I'm sorry that your friend lost her father so suddenly. I'm sure that was quite unexpected and such a shock, and I hope you're able to spend some time with her in upcoming days. Enjoy the good weather coming your way, and have a great time partying the next few days. I'm not a fan of the puppy being almost front and center in those BD posters either, and hope we see something a little different before the movie is actually released. Sorry I can't hope you locate that particular fanfic you mentioned. I certainly have read my share of HP fanfic, but mostly Remus/Tonks or Ron/Hermione centered stories.Kristiner
~ Great to see you again! I agree with Marielle
, that you might enjoy posting on our HH thread over on Facebook, as it's a quick way to check in when you don't have much time. Thanks for sharing the news about the BD movie poster (hopefully) not being the real deal. I hope it's not, as they all look so stern, and it's just not really one of my favorites. Missp
~ I'm glad to hear you're so pleased with your class. You'll have made it throught the first week before you know it. My kiddos are enjoying themselves at school, but they've been a little more tired each morning as they're adjusting to getting up so early again. That first full week back is always the hardest, for all of us.Christina
~ Glad to hear you found your copy of Entertainment Weekly. Maybe you will get a new bookstore in the old Borders location. I usually pick up my mags at our Barnes and Noble too, but it's not really very convenient for me and located nowhere close to my work either. I really don't see why Target just can't carry EW; it would certainly be easier to find that way.
I just renewed my subscription to EW when I found a fairly cheap deal to renew it for about $20.00 per year, and I figured it was worth it with all the Breaking Dawn and Hunger Games coverage they'll be featuring the next year or so. Plus, I always enjoy their Summer and Fall Movie Preview issues. We'll keep our fingers crossed for some Oscar love for the HP series, although I know it's a long shot, particularly when I glanced over the EW issue and noticed the highly anticiapted movies with Leonardo DiCaprio, Meryl Streep, and Brad Pitt expected this fall.Susie
~ What a wonderful way to spend your day with DaughterDear, and I'm glad she had a lovely birthday.
I'm sure the cake was delicious! I'm seeing The Help
with a couple of coworkers Friday night, and looking forward to it. Was SonnyBoy sad about having his final piano lesson with this particular teacher? Will he continue with piano lessons throughout college, or will he be too busy with other things? Amy~
I'm so glad you all are having a good time. Sounds like a very productive week....catching both fish, and
~ You're absolutely right about Rob--he certainly is filing out in all the right places.
I'm not too stoked by the (possible) BD movie poster either. I don't like seeing the pup placed so front and center, and tall (as you reminded us). I get tired of the rest of the Cullens being relegated to the background as if they're an afterthought....although if Carlisle's hair somehow resembles that orange mess in the movie
, I'd rather him stand in the background. I also wish they would show Bella and Edward actually smiling for once on one of these posters, but I guess Summit feels that angst and heartache sell tickets (instead of love and romance).