Wednesday, November 19, 2003

Hmmm.

The UPS tracking number informs me that my package from Amazon.com is sitting at home on my doorstep as we speak.  Which leads to an interesting question.  Do I ...

- Stay at the office and work late, so that I'll have absolutely nothing to do here tomorrow?

- Go home and do some reviews?

- Go home and play with the cat?

- Go home and fold laundry while I enjoy my extended edition Two Towers DVD?

Hey everyone!  It's laundry night!

Update: Ironically, that didn't happen.  I had to put gas in the car and take some stuff to the dry cleaner, and by the time I got home, I didn't really have four hours.

I did, however, have an hour and a half, and the other surprise in my mailbox was that Netflix sent Finding Nemo, which I had never seen.

Awww.  The poor widdle fishy.  (I cried twice.  I'm such a girl.)

4 comments:

andreakingme said...

Sounds like fun to me.

Uh, almost.

metski715 said...

How ironic.... it was laundry night for me too. I did seven loads. And you?

olddog299 said...

You and my wife! At her insistance I stood in line at Le Wally-World for the bloody DVD with my "just released from hospital" brother in the car in painus extremis bladderus and then home to watch the bloody thing! And she fell asleep half way through it. After having cried at the opening sequence, swearing she'd never show this to our grandkids yet knowing it was 5 y.o. Steven who brought the movie to our attention in the first place.

andreakingme said...

I saw Finding Nemo for the first time a few days ago and I cried, too. It was such a cute movie. My husband said the forgetful fish (Dorie, played by Ellen Deginerous or however she spells her last name) made him think of ME.

I told him I wasn't THAT bad. He just snickered. The wretch.

Um, what are we talking about?