I was just a little bit stressed last night. I'm not going to go into it because I have adopted a new philosophy on my life which does not allow me to whine about it. We'll see how long that lasts...Instead, I did what every respectable (and desperately hormonal) woman does when she is stressed...I shopped. I hit Target hard, and didn't even once feel the urge to put something back on the shelf to avoid the inevitable buyers remorse that usually hits me somewhere between the candle aisle and the checkouts and causes me to walk all the way across the store and put something back that I spent 7-9 minutes pondering over and have now decided not to purchase. (Big breath). Nope, not this time. This time, I walked out of there proud with a new purse (which meets my high standards for the most perfectest purse ever, and may even be perfecter if that is possible).
Also got three new t-shirts, and a little planner for my purse which is now large enough to hold one. Now I can carry my life with me and there is a slightly higher chance that I will have a clue about what is going on each day. Awesome!
I'm still trying to decide if I want a Kindle or not. It would be a big change for me, and we all know how I handle change (I'm getting better - kind of). I love books - holding them in my hands, underlining and writing in the margins - and I might miss that. But on the flip side, it's really appealing to me because I could carry a Kindle with me (in my new purse even) and could read whenever and wherever I am...you know, because I spend tons of free time at coffee shops and sitting on beaches wishing I had brought something to read. I'm usually reading 1-3 books at a time, and who wants to carry all those around? Another cool thing about it is that books for it are really cheap (the devise is not, but the books are mostly under $10). And the coolest part for me is that you can turn it to audio and it will read to you - which is the feature that really intrigued me because I spend so much time in my car for work. And getting ready in the morning. And waiting at the dentist office and such. I'd have all my books with me, all the time...oh joy!
Vince and I finally watched an awesome movie last night that we have been wanting to see for ages..."Shutter Island". SO good! If you can overlook some colorful comments and words and a few unpleasant scenes (I hide behind my fingers during potentially disturbing parts in movies) it really was an excellent movie with a great plot, and the cinematography was fantastic. I am not one for scary or gory movies at all, but I do love psychological thrillers that keep you guessing, but (and this is the important part) make sense in the end. I hate movies that are confusing all the way through, and still leave you confused in the end. They anger me. Just ask Mr. Wonderful about the time he made me watch "The Game". I didn't talk to him for like 1/2 hour after that.
We took the kids to see "Toy Story 3" on Saturday and (singing) LOVED IT! Yes, I am a huge Toy Story fan, and yes, I cried!