Friday, November 24, 2006

Thanksgiving

Well, better late than never, right?

And it's still Turkey Day here, for another 25 minutes, anyway!

I hope all you multitude of readers (all two of you) had a wonderful Thanksgiving, at least as wonderful as the one I had.

First, I had a long talk with my younger spawn (who are residing with their father in the great Midwest while I go to school). Thing 1 and Thing 2 are doing great, and I can't wait to see them in just a few weeks! I'm going to squeeeeeeeze them like great big tubes of toothpaste and leave them utterly deflated for a few minutes (that's how you know you've done it right!).

Then, the older spawn (Silver) and I went to see "Casino Royale", after having our "turkey dinner"at Caprioti's, which consisted of a "Bobbie", a sub sandwich with turkey, stuffing, and cranberry sauce on it...mmmmm, delicious!

The movie is fantastic by the way.

I suck at reviews, so that will be it, except to say Daniel Craig...mmmmm, delicious!

Pardon me while I wipe the drool off the keyboard.

Those eyes...

And all the rest, too...

Ahem, there was plenty of eye candy for all you straight men and lesbian women, too (my sorry attempt at political correctness).

Hotties all around!

And cool cars, etc. Thank God no invisible ones!

So, a fun time was had by all.

We finished off the day with some harsh video game action (I say "harsh" because if I play for more than around 30 minutes, depending on the game, I get motion sickness!), then did some stuff to get ready for work tomorrow.

Yes, I know it sucks that I have to work tomorrow, but I'm very thankful that I got today off, and that's what really matters.

So have a fantastic weekend, you all!

3 comments:

phlegmfatale said...

Hmmmm, Danile Craig. I sorta went cross-eyed when I saw him playing the bad guy in Elizabeth (starring Cate Blanchett). But he really smoldered in a baffling English film called "Mother" about a young man who seduces his girlfriend's 60 something mother. I didn't even look at the hen - he got shirtless and I just sorta dissolved into a puddle.

Anonymous said...

I see that you too are intimately familiar with "Cat in the HAT"! I too also have a Thing 1 and Thing 2!

Dein grosser Bruder

Christina said...

Phlegmmy - this is my first "sighting" of Daniel Craig, but hopefully it won't be my last!
I'm normally not into blondes, either, but somehow he makes that immaterial!

GB - VERY intimately familiar...wait, that sounds wrong somehow...
Anyway, the Things even went in costume as The Cat in the Hat two years in a row for Halloween when they were little, too cute!