Wednesday, November 28, 2007

36 Weeks

Just putting up the obligatory 36 weeks post! Last night was another night where I had the following happen (these things are starting to be constants):
1. I dreamt that I was in labor and/or had the baby, and forgot to call anyone in the family
2. I woke up having to pee, and thought for a half second that I was in labor, since it takes a minute to shake off a dream like that...
3. I flipped back and forth like a beached whale before finding a comfortable position for my ever "blooming" belly.

And for once, I didn't dream that Hosey was born, and ended up being something other than a human child. Over the weekend, I dreamt that Hosey was a kitten, and that Hosey was a large hot dog. I'm not joking.

In other news, we went to see a movie last night with my friend Sarah from work. Into the Wild, and it was really good. Really long, but really good. And I was not totally uncomfortable the whole time! That may have been due in part to the fact that we saw the movie at the Midtown Landmark Arts Cinema over off Monroe, and that place just makes me feel cozy. The theaters are smallish, and the chairs are comfy, and Justin got us a gigantic fudge brownie to share. In fact, I'm going to guess that the brownie was the only reason I was comfortable and happy. It was a seriously good brownie. But the movie was also very good, just a little long. We started to get squirmy towards the end, and there were some slightly silly parts in the movie, but overall, we give it maybe 4 out of 5.

1 comment:

Jim said...

Susan and I really enjoyed Into the Wild (we see about one movie a year--if that--in the theater, so we try to catch ones that we think we'll both really like). We saw it a couple of weeks ago. It premiered in Telluride while we were there over Labor Day Weekend at the Film Festival and apparently everyone but us saw Sean Penn all over town. Susan also thought it could have been edited a bit to make it not so long without losing anything, but I simply loved it.

This Friday we are planning to see No Country for Old Men at a retro theater, so that will make it two movies for us in less than a month, a new world record for us.