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Tonight I watched Where the Heart Is. It’s the second time I’ve seen the film… Natalie Portman plays a pregnant teen who lives in a Wal-Mart for six weeks before having her baby, but that’s really just a basic overview of what becomes a really nice story. I liked the movie… it wasn’t some cheesy love story chickflick thing, which is why I was willing to watch it a second time.

A little while after it ended, Belli and her husband and baby got home from visiting family for easter. We chatted for a little bit, Chris made me jealous talking about the cheese-mushroom thing he cooked for his parents, and all was good.

I’m well into the third book of the X-Wing series. I don’t know what I’ll do when I’m done it, I guess I’ll have to read whatever the next X-Wing book is. I’m not addicted. I swear. I can stop any time.

Cough has become very dry again, much like it was on the first day. I’m hoping this means it’s going to clear up soon. My nose isn’t running anymore, which is quite a nice thing, considering it still hurts from wiping it far too much yesterday.

I cleaned out the litterbox, I can hear a cat using it already. I desperately need to vaccuum this room, too. I’ve got laundry in the dryer, just waiting for it to be done so I can fold it and go to bed. Tomorrow, Ian will be over to practice the songs I want to do for the Secret Show (tell all your friends… it’s not REALLY a secret!)

Today was a nice, relaxing, take-a-bath sort of day. I needed it.

Now I hear the dryer stopping. Time to fold the laundry.

8 Comments

  • crichton

    April 15, 2001 at 9:48 pm

    i finally watched most of that movie the other day on cable… not bad. not bad at all.

    • look

      April 15, 2001 at 10:24 pm

      i watched that movie tonite too. it makes you realize the important things.
      very cute.

      • daruba

        April 16, 2001 at 10:12 am

        i saw it a while ago too. It was interesting…

        i especially liked Stocker Channing’s character, sinning on the kitchen table…

        • Jenny Lee Silver

          April 16, 2001 at 10:39 am

          Lord, forgive us for this fornication that we have performed… that was highly amusing. 🙂

          • daruba

            April 16, 2001 at 10:56 am

            i like that all he wanted was the table. As a riminder of better times… if only religious people could be so quirky as her…

      • daruba

        April 16, 2001 at 10:12 am

        i saw it a while ago too. It was interesting…

        i especially liked Stocker Channing’s character, sinning on the kitchen table…

    • look

      April 15, 2001 at 10:24 pm

      i watched that movie tonite too. it makes you realize the important things.
      very cute.

  • crichton

    April 15, 2001 at 9:48 pm

    i finally watched most of that movie the other day on cable… not bad. not bad at all.