Saturday, November 28, 2009


Well, I suck. I couldn't manage a blog a day for the month of Nov. Some days I really didn't have much to say, other days, well I still didn't have much to say. Actually, I have been busy recovering and going to the Dr. a million times with the ol' hubster. Which the million Dr. appointments have been useless because after the failure of the prednisone we back to square one. Oh well, what do you do? I am thinking, seriously, about getting a second opinion but I don't want to hurt Tony's hematologist's feelings. She is a wonderful Dr. I just want, need, have to have a second opinion! Maybe someone new could/would have a different idea? Who the hell knows. But enough of that.

Tonight I had some alone time with my nephew! It was great. We did have one minor glitch. He is 7 and thinks he knows EVERYTHING there is to know, will be to know, has ever been to know. Including my name and the spelling thereof. Let me explain, we were playing spelling games on the way to the movie. Josh said how do you spell Angela. I spelled it and he said, nope, that is not how you spell that. I was like, Josh, that is my name. He said nope, it is not your name. They call you sissy, angie, ange but not Angela. Again I repeated it is my name and things went downhill from there. But it was a minor glitch and after I stopped and explained that if he didn't stop arguing I would make him walk it hurt my feelings when he yelled at me. He saw things my way and the rest of the night was wonderful. Although I told him he was a nice date and he told me that he just wanted to be friends.

We watched the movie The Christmas Carol, it was good, the story line pretty much as to be expected for that movie. Which was kinda disappointing. I don't know what I was thinking but I felt that story line could have been mixed up a bit. Other than that it was good. It is not however, for little kids or kids that are easily scared, as some of the film is kind of scary especially with the whole ghost thing. The people sitting in front of us,scarfed down a bunch of snacks, belched, stunk and left. Saying the movie was a waste of time. I am guessing they didn't get the whole point of the movie. I should have known that when stinky adults squeal over the latest chipmunk movie they aren't exactly the take home a moral lesson from a movie kind of people. (so now I am thinking, what kind of person takes home a moral lessons from a movie? Losers like me I guess. Guess you have to take your morals however you can get them...)

Well, I am tired, the dishes are done, lil puppy is still crying and I am going to bed.

1 comment:

Attila The Mom said...

I just wanted to drop by and thank you for all of your kind words of support during our crisis. Taking the time to check on us really helped keep us sane and I can't tell you how much we appreciate it.

Happy Holidays to you and yours.