Sunday, January 4, 2009

Bad Movies and Showtunes

Partly Cloudy - Hi 54 Lo 36 for Baghdad, Iraq
Sunny - Hi 58 Lo 30 for Qandahar, Afghanistan
Rain - Hi 57 Lo 27 for Northern KY, USA

Song of the week: Pads, Paws and Claws -
Elvis Costello with Paul McCartney


This is my first official post at my new place... and it figures... I have nothing to write... I woke up at 3:30 this morning and watched the worst movie ever... Feeling Minnesota starring Keanu Reeves, Cameron Diaz, Dan Akroyd, Courtney Love and oh my gosh Tuesday Weld! The plot was so far fetched and the acting was simply horrific. There was one interesting character - the chocolate labrador... but other than the dog.... not one thing is redeeming about this movie. It was worse than a train wreck I had to keep watching it to see if it would get worse and much to my delight/dismay it did.

I had such aspirations for starting off with a electrically charged post... but on the political front, it is now a wait and see-- hope for the best, expect the worst. I have alreadys sent a couple of e-mail notes to Senator Bunning and Senator McConnell.

Israel is doing what she needs to do... Let me just write this to all my atheist conservative loved ones and friends... If Israel is attacked and is shielded supernaturally from said attacks... Please reconsider your lack of faith.

Friday night we saw Spamalot for a second time. Michael and I had a great time with my sis in law and brother in law. If you are in New York, today is your last day to see Clay Aiken as Sir Robin... It's a fun show and if you get an opportunity to see it, you should...

Same goes for Hairspray. Harvey Fierstein is back on Broadway and tonight is the last performance... We saw the U.S. tour a couple months ago. It is definitely for a girls night out. Michael would have been sucking on the end of a pistol had I dragged him to this one.

Spamalot - Twice in Every Show

Hairspray - Welcome to the Sixties

That's all I have... pitiful. Thanks for visiting.


  1. The last show we saw, a few years back, was "The Lion King". We took a little trip to Spokane, WA. to witness one terrific show.


  2. Happy New Year to you Cindy! I have always wanted to see Lion King, but it never worked out. The one I want to see now is Avenue Q... It is Sesame Street for grownups...