Sunday, March 31, 2013

March 2013 Round Up and Pinspirations

I've had this typed up since early April, but I hadn't had time to get the pictures ready. Finally posting it!

Dog image from 123RF. Rope frame by MandaBean (no longer available). Font is Kristen ITC.

What books and/or magazines did I read this month?
I didn't get much reading done, between traveling and my ankle injury. I read for about an hour in the ER, and then the pain made it too difficult to concentrate. I don't like holding a book or a Kindle over my head to read, so I didn't get much reading done at home, either, despite not being able to do anything but lay on the sofa (with my foot elevated above my heart, which meant I had to be laying on my back).

However, DH did read almost a whole chapter of Return of the King to Luke while we waited in the ER (after both Luke's DS and DH's cell phone had run out of juice; the picture was taken around 10 PM).

What movies and/or tv shows did I watch this month?
* TV Time: Dancing With the Stars started back. I'm not enjoying it as much this season as I have in the past. I don't think it is a problem with the cast, I think I'm maybe just a bit burned out on it, especially the time commitment it takes each week. I wasn't even sure if we would watch this season, but we decided to. (It is one of the few shows that both my parents and we watch.) Not wowed so far, but the first episode was less than a week after I hurt my ankle, so my impression may have been tainted. Most of our other shows had new episodes at the beginning of the month, then went on hiatus due to NCAA basketball. Saw the spin-off episode(s) for the new NCIS show. I'm not so sure about it. We watch too much TV anyway, so we'll have to really consider if we're going to watch it or not. Regular NCIS needs to back off; it has made me cry at least 3 times in the last 2 months.
* New Films: Had several of these, for a change. My ankle kept me flat on my back most of the month, which makes reading and internetting rather difficult, so I watched a lot more TV and movies than usual. It did finally let me get caught up on most of my 31 Days of Oscar recordings, though!
- La Bamba - No, I'd never seen it. It was okay. I actually think I prefer Lou Diamond Philips with a little age on him; he was such a baby in this (as was Elizabeth Pena)! Saw a few other familiar faces as well, including Joe Pantaliano so young that I didn't recognize him on sight. I saw his name in the credits, but without his voice, I don't know that I ever would have figured out it was him just from looking, even knowing he was in the movie!

- Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House - This was cute and sweet, and it "means more" now that I've owned two houses. I love Cary Grant, so it was worth it for that, but not one of my favorites of his.
- The Lady Eve - My first Barbara Stanwick film, I believe. It was fine. Everyone kept saying it was a comedy, and though I admit it wasn't much of a drama, it's not really what I would call a comedy either. I mean, the situations were a bit funny, but I didn't actually laugh much. I like her, though, and I wouldn't mind seeing some of her other work. I'm betting she's a top notch dramatic actress, from what I saw here.
- Footlight Parade - My first James Cagney film. I guess I shouldn't have been surprised that he really does talk like James Cagney? LOL It's just become such a cliche to hear people impersonating him that I didn't expect him to sound like that *all* the time, but he pretty much does. Overall, I liked the film, though I think it could have done with some more of Cagney himself actually dancing. Very classic Busby Berkley, which was great. I've always liked Ruby Keeler, though I thought her part would be bigger/more substantial. Joan Blondell is a new discovery for me, and I really like her! Will have to find more of her stuff. Overall, I prefer 42nd Street, but this one was good, too.
- Thousands Cheer - I recorded this one mainly in my quest to see all of Gene Kelly's films. It was mainly a way to stick together a bunch of their USO stars in a film, and they added in 30-45 minutes of "story" to provide a reason to have so many of their "war support" stars in the film (though much of the footage was reused and not shot especially for this movie). Definitely NOT enough Gene Kelly dancing for me, just one scene (which was wonderful). The girl is pretty impressive, too. I don't think I'd seen any of her films before but wow, does she have a voice!
- For All Mankind - This was a 1989 Oscar-nominated Apollo mission documentary that was quite excellent. There was no narrator, just splicing of footage with the voices of the Apollo astronauts themselves. My only quibble with the film is that I wish each speaker was identified as he spoke; I think some of the statements would have been even more impactful if you knew who was saying them. I could pick out a few of them sometimes, or I could deduce from context, but for the most part, I had no idea who was actually speaking. The footage was excellent, though, much of which I had never seen before. Great stuff if you like the space program.
- A Fistfull of Dollars - My first spaghetti western. I didn't really expect to like this movie, and I didn't, which is fine (though I didn't hate it, either). It was just one of those I felt I "should" see (there are a handful of movies/types of movies that I get flack for calling myself a film buff yet not having seen!), so when I spotted it on Turner Classic Movies, I recorded it. I do "get it" with Clint Eastwood, though. He's hard not to watch, especially in his youth like this (he was a smidge younger than I am right now, but I think of him as being at least in his 50s, if not in his 60s; that's the Clint I "know"). So yes, I've now seen it. Not especially interested in seeing the other two "Man With No Name" films, though I hear The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly is the best of the bunch. We'll see what opportunities present themselves.
- 2010 - I was mainly curious to see exactly what kind of sequel could be done to 2001. It was okay. Certainly a more straightforward coherent (generally speaking) plot, though slightly less intriguing because of it. I absolutely *loved* seeing John Lithgow and Helen Mirren so young! (Apparently, Roy Schieder was never young, LOL, though this was several years after Jaws.) A few other familiar character actors as well; great to see them in their prime. Certainly not a waste of my 2 hours, but not great.
- The Muppets (2011) - I was sorry we didn't manage to catch this one in the theater when it was out. It did get good reviews from my friends, most of whom are about my age and grew up with The Muppets the way I did, so that was definitely in its favor. I was surprised when I saw that our channel guide gave The Muppets four stars. Not sure I would go quite that far, but it was great fun! Completely worth it just to see Chris Cooper rap. Yes, I'm serious! They stuck to the heart of things, they didn't go all wild and crazy with digital effects (IMDb trivia says they went out of their way to stick to practical effects where possible), and they added in some nice throwback moments and homages for us "old timers." (Am I the only person who choked up when they showed all the banjos hanging on the wall in Kermit's office next to a picture of Jim Henson? ::sniff sniff::) Excellent celebrity cameos, which The Muppets have always been known for. Just some all around good fun, and it brought back some fantastic memories.
- The Help -  I didn't really intend to stay up and watch all of this on a Sunday night. It was already after 9PM, and the film is a touch over 2 hours long. I thought I would watch the first hour or so, then finish it off later this week. 2+ hours later, it was approaching midnight, and I'd finished the movie! This is one of those that I would have seen at the theater pre-child, but just could not make it when it was out. I'm so sorry now that I missed it. I thought all of the performances were excellent! It walked that fine line between characature for effect and genuine representations of people and emotions. Some parts were over the top (intentionally so) to make a point, but the moments that mattered were not and were very powerful. Both Octavia Spencer and Viola Davis were absolutely amazing. I didn't necessarily love the movie as a whole (I prefer other films and their handling of similar subject matter), but wow, the individual performances were excellent. I'd put it right up there in the Southern Dramedy department with Steel Magnolias and Fried Green Tomatoes (though this one had substantially less comedy than either of those).
* Old Favorites:  Galaxy Quest, LOTR: The Return of the King, The Lion King, Tangled, L.A. Confidential, The Cutting Edge, Stargate, Jurassic Park, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone

What fun things did I do with my family and/or friends?

We celebrated my maternal grandmother's 80th birthday with a party at my uncle's house (where I took exactly 0 pictures; both the one above and the one below were taken by my dad). I hope I look this good when I'm 80!

We also did Disney and LEGOland! Thank goodness I didn't mess up my ankle until after we got back; that truly would have been awful.

What gifts did I give and/or receive?
We received a homemade baked ziti from a work friend since I haven't been able to cook with my ankle, which was super-sweet of her.

What special or unusual purchases did I make?
Too many, sadly, pretty much all related to my ankle injury. Crutches, an orthopedic boot, a folding chair that can get wet in the shower (so I don't have to try to shower and/or wash my hair standing on one foot), a hand-held shower sprayer (because we couldn't adjust the shower head so that it wasn't spraying me in the face when I sat down in said chair), and a memory foam mattress pad for the guest bedroom (mattress gets *very* uncomfortable after a few nights). The only reason we didn't have to buy more pillows is because I've inherited several from my father over the years, so we actually had enough to use in both the guest room and the living room to prop up my foot without having to move too many back and forth each time I change rooms.

What new foods, recipes, or restaurants did I try this month?

We had no choice but to eat somewhere new while at LEGOland. Lunch was just okay, but we did try their "signature food": Granny Smith Apple Fries. Wow, they were yummy! We actually *tried* to try a new restaurant at Disney, but that didn't work out very well. No way I'm waiting 90 minutes to eat somewhere (and we were there at 11:15!), especially at Disney. Too much other stuff to do!

We did actually try a new restaurant here in Atlanta this month. We've been driving past Monterey's on LaVista for over a decade now, swearing we would try it "one day", but we love our little Decatur Mexican place so much that we just never got around to it. With my ankle, traveling that far for dinner wasn't really practical, but I really wanted Mexican, so we decided to finally visit Monterey's. It was fine, but not as good as Los Loros. That's what we get for cheating! LOL

What Pinspirations did I try this month (besides any recipes above)?
Um, yeah, not so much with the ankle. (And likely not much coming up in April, either.)

What illnesses or health concerns did I have?

As you all know by now, I spraining my right ankle to the point of very nearly breaking it. Um, ow. And crutches stink!

What were my accomplishments this month?

I can't say that Disney went off without a hitch, but it did go quite well, I think. LEGOland was a fun new experience, though I think we all prefer Disney (except for the crowds). We all managed a few new things at Disney! Primeval Whirl, Conservation Station, The Little Mermaid ride, and the Riverboat. We also did a Braves game while we were there for the first time since 2009, I think, though I didn't get any pictures of us there (bad me).

Making it into and out of my building on crutches was quite the accomplishment. There is only a single path where DH can drop me off that does not involve stairs up to the front of the building. All of the "handicap accessible" entrances take the majorly long way around, which is fine if you have a wheelchair, but not so great on crutches. (I also have a new appreciation for how stupidly most bathrooms are set up for handicap accessibility (or lack there of).) I will never ever again be annoyed by the handicapped parking spaces!

I do feel I should mention my husband's accomplishments, too. He cooked dinner for the first time since I've known him. Well, I exaggerate. He's cooked frozen stuff before, but this was his first time (to the best of my knowledge) that he has ever cooked from a recipe in the 17+ years we've been together. We were just all so tired of fast food after 9 days! I picked easy ones for him, and he followed my directions (from the sofa! LOL) exactly. I may have helped chop an onion or test the boiled pasta for doneness, but other than that, he did it all. He made marinated chicken, crockpot BBQ pork, hashbrown casserole, chicken with dried beef (my most favorite meal), . Well done, honey!

What were Luke's accomplishments this month?

Luke checked off a new ride of his own at Disney: Dinosaur, which he seemed to love! (I suspected he would, if it didn't scare him to death.) He also had his last basketball game (which we're all sad about), and moved on to soccer (new group/program), where he played his first game in the snow! That's certainly something I don't care to repeat anytime soon. It was bitterly cold!

We also introduced Luke to Star Trek: The Next Generation. He'd seen several episodes when he was younger (enough that he would come running so he could listen to the theme song), but he doesn't remember. I was trying to wait for him to be old enough to listen and understand (more of) what is going on. Not sure we waited quite long enough, but he's come back twice since Encounter at Farpoint to ask to watch more episodes, so he seems to be enjoying them. (Yes, we are skipping a few, like The Naked Now; really don't want to have to explain Data and Yar. Haven't decided about Skin of Evil yet, not because of the death, but because I think the episode is stupid.) I'm actually looking forward to some of the Borg episodes; I think he'll like those. And he does like Q! Gee, I wonder where he gets that from?

What were this month's disappointments or frustrations?
ANKLE!!! Soooo frustrating, the whole experience. The embarrassment of falling down the stairs for no reason we can figure out, the actual pain of the injury, the 5+ hours in the ER just 2 days after getting back from Disney (though better than before!), having to keep it elevated, using crutches, having to crawl up and down the stairs just to get into and out of the house, not being able to carry anything while "walking" (unless it's in a backpack; so, for example, I can't make myself a cup of hot cocoa at work, because I can't carry it to and from the hot water spigot), having to be driven everywhere because it is my right ankle so I can't drive. I can't sleep in my own bed (too high for me to get in and out of), I can't sleep on my tummy (must keep my leg elevated, and even when I don't have to, I can't put my legs flat down if I'm wearing the boot), I miss sleeping in the same bed as my husband (too many pillows and too much tossing and turning on my part). I can't cook (very hard to do on one foot), showering is a major event that requires two people, my hands, back, shoulders, and hips hurt worse than my ankle now.... I'm trying to be grateful that it wasn't a nasty break or something that requires surgery. I'm trying to be grateful that it happened the week after Disney, not before. I'm trying to be grateful that the only thing I hurt was my ankle and my pride (not my knee or my wrists or my head, all of which could have very easily happened). But it's still an overall pain in the patootie!

Anything else noteworthy to record?
Good grief, I hope not! That was more than plenty for one month.

Monthly Round Up concept courtesy of Katie the Scrapbook Lady, tweaked by me.

Currently feeling: very late on my round up

Thursday, March 28, 2013

Hopping Along

Image from 123RF Stock Photos

I saw the orthopedist today, and he said the three words I did not want to hear: "continue with crutches." I guess it's better than the one word I *most* did not want to hear (surgery), but I am not a happy camper. Basically, he is pleased with the general lack of swelling and minimal residual pain. However, given the residual pain and its location, he wants me to keep most weight off of it for another two weeks. I do have permission to put my toe down now and apply a little bit of weight, but not much, and certainly nothing that even vaguely resembles walking.

Apparently, high ankle sprains, particularly the medial ones, are notorious for being reinjured because of trying to walk on them too soon. If it's not fully healed and I re-injure it, then I not only go back to the beginning (in terms of healing and treatment), I'll actually be "set back" even further than the original injury, which means *way* more time on crutches than 4 weeks, and could potentially lead to surgery. Two more weeks on crutches now is definitely better than surgery!

He also wants to go ahead and start me on physical therapy so that I don't lose too much range of motion in my ankle. Ankles can stiffen up quickly, and if they do, getting range of motion back once it's lost is a much more difficult and painful process. We're not working on strengthening the ankle (yet), we're just working on keeping it flexible and ready for when it's time to walk on it again. I'll start that next Tuesday.

And just for added fun (because this whole ordeal hasn't been "fun" enough already), I've developed bursitis in my right hip. It feels like my whole right leg is being electrocuted from hip to knee if I move "wrong", like when trying to get out of a bed or car. Because it isn't like I need do those things multiple times a day or anything. ::snort:: It started about a week ago. He wanted to go ahead and give me a cortisone injection today, but I said no. It's been better the last 2-3 days; not sure if that's because it is getting better or because I've learned what *not* to do that aggravates it. Either way, he agreed to let me go for another two weeks, but if it is still bothering me at my next appointment, I'll need to go with the injection. Fun (not).

There is one small piece of good news: I've been upgraded to a laptop at work. The timing worked out perfectly; they finished imaging the laptop and transferring the data while I was at my appointment today. The laptop comes as part of some work developments that I haven't really discussed here yet (give me time!), but it means that I will be able to work from home once or twice a week, which will be most convenient on physical therapy days. Remember, as a contractor, I don't have paid vacation time or sick time. No work = no pay. Now, I won't have to lose half a day of work twice a week for PT. Whew!

Currently feeling: still not fond of the crutches

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - March 27, 2013

Currently feeling: ready to boldly go!

Tuesday, March 26, 2013

2013 Summer Movie Preview - Erin's Picks

I realized this morning that it is only 5 weeks to the start of the 2013 Summer Movie Season. Yyyyyaaaaaaaayyyyy! ::insert Kermit flail here::  DH and I were in the car this morning, trying to think of what all is coming out. We managed to name 4 of the films we actually intend to see in the theater, which isn't too bad, since I have been completely out of the "coming soon" loop for weeks now (work, vacation, ankle). I checked out a full list on Flixter (no affiliation), and here's what I see coming up this summer. Dates subject to change, of course. This is not an all-inclusive list! It's just what catches my personal eye.

Iron Man 3 (May 3) - Theater Movie! Quite excited about this one, despite the fact that I didn't think Iron Man 2 measured up to the original (though we did enjoy it). It does concern me a touch that Jon Favreau is not returning as director. Hopefully the new guy will handle things properly. He's got some decent writing credits to his name (including most of the Lethal Weapon movies), but he's a little light on directing credits. Hopeful this one will wrap things up in a great manner!

The Great Gatsby (May 10) - Not sure about this one. Cast looks phenomenal, but this is not the kind of film I typically go out of my way to see at the theater (especially post-child; pre-child we definitely would have seen it on the silver screen!).

Star Trek: Into Darkness (May 15) - Star Trek. Enough said. I'm there! Definitely a theater movie.

Fast & Furious 6 (May 24) - Probably not something I'll actually see (I think I saw the first one, and maybe parts of the 3rd one), but I find it highly fascinating that it is getting the Memorial Day release! Not bad counter-programming against The Hangover III, I suppose. If those were my only two choices, I know I'd pick F&F! (I'll probably be watching Star Trek over Memorial Day weekend, though.)

Epic (May 24) - Likely theater movie. The third of three very different films debuting for Memorial Day weekend. I have only the vaguest recollection of seeing the preview for it, during the Super Bowl, maybe? Animated fare from Blue Sky Stuidos (Ice Age), loosely based on a William Joyce children's book. I'm hearing "kid version of Avatar" a lot. There is very little out this year for Luke, so we'll probably preview it for him. Not chomping at the bit for it, though. Would really like to see more about it between now and then (still almost 2 months away).

Now You See Me (May 31) - Likely theater movie. I hadn't even heard of this movie until I started doing research for this post. Apparently, it had its release date pulled up from fall to summer, which is actually a point in its favor of trying to see it in the theater. Premise and cast are interesting. Quoting from IMDb: "FBI agents track a team of illusionists who pull off bank heists during their performances and reward their audiences with the money." Okay, you have my attention. Cast: Jesse Eisenberg, Dave Franco (yes, James's little brother), Morgan Freeman, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine. Now you really have my attention! That is quite a collection of folks.

After Earth (June 7) - "Shouldn't Will Smith have a new movie out soon?", hubby asked in the conversation that prompted me to get this post written. A little googling showed that yes, yes he does! Don't know much about this one (other than very vague memories of the trailer on TV; another of the Super Bowl commercials, I'd guess). Future, survivial, Will Smith, Jaden Smith. Oh, hey, just saw it's an M. Night Shyamalan! That certainly makes things more interesting. First time in years and years he's directing something he didn't write. Interesting. Likely theater movie, but can't promise.

Much Ado About Nothing (June 7) - Joss Whedon + Shakespeare. Enough said. Add in his usual cast of actors, and that bumps it up to a must see! Amy Acker, Reed Diamond, Nathan Fillion, Clark Gregg, Fran Kranz, Sean Maher... need I go on? I didn't think so. Not sure if this will get a wide release or limited only; fingers crossed for wide! Likely theater movie.

Man of Steel (June 14) - Theater movie, despite the fact that I'm trying not to get my hopes up about it. I still think losing Brandon Routh was criminal. The reboot wasn't his fault; he needed better material. They had all the right parts but squandered the opportunity, IMO (and I usually love Bryan Singer). Perhaps people will prefer this less Reeve-ish interpretation, though (trying not to be sad about that).

Monsters University (June 21) - Theater movie, though I am trying not to roll my eyes. I thought Pixar was generally above sequels (prequels, whatever), though most of their theatrical release sequels have been quite good (Toy Story 2, anyone?). Trying to keep an open mind. We quite like the original; hope they didn't go in for "too much of a good thing." Though how can you really have too much Billy Crystal?

The Lone Ranger (July 3) - Another case of trying to keep an open mind. I had very little hope for the original Pirates of the Caribbean film before it came out, and it turned out to be one of my most favorite movies. This one also has Johnny Depp and Gore Verbinski, so perhaps lightening will strike twice. We shall see. (Also Despicable Me 2 on July 3, but I didn't really like the first one, so probably won't see it.) Likely theater movie.

Turbo (July 17) - Okay, I can excuse myself for not having heard of Now You See Me. But how on earth is there an animated film I hadn't even heard of *at all* until I started doing research for this post? And it's a DreamWorks! Per IMDb: "A freak accident might just help an everyday garden snail achieve his biggest dream: winning the Indy 500." Um, okay. It's nearly 4 months away from release, so we'll play wait and see on this one. Hopefully it is more Kung Fu Panda, less Shrek (but unlikely). Likely theater movie.

Red 2 (July 19 (though I have also seen August 2)) - Another film that actually had its release date pulled up to summer. I thought the first one was disappointing, but the cast is so amazing, maybe there's hope for the second one? Probably won't see it in the theater unless it is just getting rave reviews, but will likely check it out at home.

Wolverine (July 26) - Ah, a buff Hugh Jackman for my birthday! What more could a girl ask for? Definitely a theater movie, if I can manage it.

300: Rise of an Empire (August 2) - Another one mentioned here simply due to a comment from my husband. "Shouldn't there be like a Titans sequel or 300 sequel or something?" Yep! LOL Oh, Hollywood, you're so predictable.

Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters (August 16) - We thought the first one was pretty good; certainly better than expected. Hope the second one is good, too, but again, will probably have to wait until it leaves theaters for us to catch it. The first one is still a bit too intense for Luke, so no hurry to catch it in the theater. (And yes, I realize that the picture is a poster from the first movie, but I thought the triton would go okay with the name of the film for now, since there is only a single publicity still out for the movie, and no poster or banner or teaser for the new movie to be found anywhere!)

We thought the Thor sequel was in there (I had it mentally slotted in place of Man of Steel), but it's not slated until November 8. Ah well! That will wait until my winter movie preview.

In case you can't wait another 5 weeks to head to the theater, there is the 3D release of Jurassic Park on April 5 (SO wish L was ready to see it!) and 42 on April 12. Well, and the G.I. Joe sequel, if you're feeling desperate (though I do love Bruce Willis and Dwayne Johnson).
Currently feeling: ready for some popcorn!

Saturday, March 23, 2013

Baldness: A Conversation With Luke

Original image Copyright (c) 123RF Stock Photos, modified by me

We officially introduced Luke to Star Trek: The Next Generation today. He saw several episodes when he was younger, but it's been years. I was trying to wait until he was old enough to listen and understand (more of) what was going on. He's not very good with names (ever, except maybe Pokemon), so I was quizzing him on some of the characters this evening, when....

Me: So who is the Captain?
L: I don't remember his name.
Me: Describe him.
L: He was wearing a red suit, and he looks kind of old.
Me: What about his hair?
L: What hair?
Me: The Captain's hair. Did he have any?
L: Almost.

Currently feeling: harried

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Friday, March 15, 2013

That last step is a doozy

Okay, so, the Disney 2013 write up will have to wait a while. I'm going to try to make some notes so I don't forget the good stuff, but I can't be on the computer for extended periods of time right now. Why? Well, it's very simple.

I decided to fall down the stairs on Tuesday. Just two steps, actually (not two flights! just the bottom two steps), but that was enough to severely sprain my right ankle. As in, the doctor said I came *thisclose* to breaking it. "You sure did a number on it" were his words. Ripped off at least three ligaments on the outside of the ankle, and probably one or two on the inside. Yay (not).

We spent about 5 hours in the ER. Luke was a total trooper, even though he hadn't been to bed before 10 PM any night we were at Disney. He didn't get in bed Tuesday until about 11:30, bless his heart. He was so tired after school today (Friday) that he laid down to take a nap at after care instead of playing. :-(  But he has been so helpful and has really not complained very much about DH having to spend most of his time helping me for the last few days instead of playing with Luke. We'll pick up a reward for him sometime this weekend.

I saw the orthopedist yesterday. I'm in a boot instead of a cast, but I was also told not to put any weight on my foot for two weeks, which also includes no driving. (Thank goodness DH and I already carpool to work!) In case you didn't know, crutches suck!! And did I mention that I have stairs to both the front and back doors of my house. Fun (not). I'm only allowed to take off the boot to bathe and to ice the ankle. If I'm sitting or laying, it must be elevated, even when sleeping. He will reevaluate it in 2 weeks to see if I will then be allowed to start putting weight on it. He's guessing 3-5 weeks to heal, but I know that I don't heal very well or very quickly, generally speaking. I'm guessing more like 6-8 weeks. Yay (not). And my lower back is killing me from having my foot elevated at all times when I'm sitting or laying, and needless to say, my arms, elbows, and shoulders are not happy about the crutches. I'm wondering if the "cure" is going to do more long-term damage than the injury.

So, anyway, if I'm not around much for the next few weeks, that's why. Hope to see you again as soon as possible, hopefully with more Disney pictures.

Currently feeling: not so hot

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Wordless Wednesday - March 13, 2013

Currently feeling: prehistoric at LEGOland