6 Things- Wisdom Teeth, Galaxy Quest, Aunt Ann, and Early Mornings on the Train

by - Saturday, September 14, 2013

1. The Boy on drugs- He just asked me the same questions over and over again. He wanted to eat pudding and watch Galaxy Quest. He wants to keep watching funny movies, but he doesn't actually laugh. He is stone-faced at all times, and he gets annoyed if I suggest that he is not entirely with it. In the car on the way home from the dentist, he kept dancing to show me how with it he was. Not entirely convincing evidence.
2. Galaxy Quest- That movie is so good! Also, Sam Rockwell is so good. That guy should get more propers than he does.
3. Mashed Potatoes- I made my first ones ever while the boy was too drugged out to help me. They may be as easy as pancakes, which is good, because now I can make them. Probably with pancakes. They are going to call me to be on Top Chef any minute.
4. Getting on Caltrain at 5 AM and the N at 6AM- It should have been horrible, but it was kind of awesome. There was just no one around, it was dark, and I got to listen to music and read Harry Potter. I also just felt proud of myself for navigating San Francisco's public transit all by myself with a few hours of sleep. It was easier than I expected it to be, and it might actually become a fun part of this year and this internship. At the least, I will get a lot of reading and knitting done.


5. Aunt Ann- Yesterday was her birthday, and she has been getting through a rough week of chemo (stupid mausea!). Ann is so strong and tough getting through all of this, but she is also a sweet and peaceful force in our family. I miss her, am so proud of her for contuing to be soooo strong, and I wish we could have celebrated with them! I am still trying to talk my mom into going to visit her, but I am not sure that it will work.
6.Psych- after having it recommended to us a lot, we are trying Psych while the Boy is really not with it enough to enjoy anything else. It is very cute and funny, and I can see why people think it is fun. I am not sure how many theme-y murders can take place in Santa Barbara (also, is it a big place for Civil War reenactments?), but I am open to being surprised.

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