Washington DC friends
I will be in your fair city on Mother’s Day weekend (May 9th-May 12th) visiting this nerd I kind of like, you might know her, she’s obsessed with this Supernatural show? If y’all will be around, we need to plan a nerd gathering of some sort.
(AHHHHH I’M SO EXCITED.)
So, due to an extremely stupid error, I might have permanently locked myself out of my Instagram account. I’ve contacted them, and it’s not a huge deal anyway since I hardly ever used it and can always make another, but in the meantime, I’ll have to give everyone their tree and barn fix the old-fashioned way.
After dinner the babies get fussy and Min puts a mush of ice cream and Hershey’s syrup in their bottles and we watch The Worst That Could Happen, a half-hour of computer simulations of tragedies that have never actually occurred but theoretically could. A kid gets hit by a train and flies into a zoo, where he’s eaten by wolves. A man cuts his hand off chopping wood and while wandering around screaming for help is picked up by a tornado and dropped on a preschool during recess and lands on a pregnant teacher.
A small non-spoilery thing I really liked about Cap 2
was how well-choreographed the fight scenes and action sequences—the parts that usually bore me—were. They were visually interesting and tightly edited in a way that made it clear that the filmmakers had a distinct style in mind. It especially stood out to me because the last new release I saw was The Hobbit 2: Electric Smaugaloo, which I liked well enough overall but was a total bloated mess in terms of the endless, increasingly ridiculous fight scenes.
So I saw Captain Boyfriend 2: The Winter Boyfriend
…I have been emotionally compromised.
Queen of Sheba