Well, no rain here not even a slight misting. I have been busy watching movies but the earth hasn't shuddered under me. If those 6 months of earthquakes are starting they aren't here in North Texas.
I wonder what that dear old man, Harold Camping, who made all the predictions is doing now. I hope he gets a good nights rest. I have a feeling tomorrow will be a long day for him. You know with this being the second time he has been wrong do you think anyone will listen to him if he actually gets it right. His preemptive announcement will be the doom of us all.
Mom came home early today. She was moving slower then usual. Her eye was swollen and on the edge of purple. She said that her shoes stuck to the floor and she was in a hurry. Said that her legs got tangled up and down she went. "It was embarrassing," she confessed. She is fine but didn't want to be alone. I don't blame her.
So there go my wild Saturday night plans of fish frying it up with my girl friends. I figured we would watch movies and chill at home. I had picked up some girl flicks No Strings Attached, and The Other Woman that I had not yet watched. The first light hearted love story with random sexy scenes the other a giant pile of tears.
The Other Woman was completely sad and uplifting. I am sure I wept from the middle straight through to the end. It begins in the middle a marriage that is in duress, from the fracturing weight of the death of a child. The family has to find their way together to make it work and discover the truth about the baby's death. I enjoyed it because it the characters were all perfectly flawed and real. When a run of the mill movie would have put in a cliche line to lighten or make the scene more smooth these were nonexistent. There were wonderfully awkward moments that fit. That made the drama of it all more bearable and beautiful.
Okay enough- I just had to share. I will now return to Star Wars and to my editing my book.