Monday, November 23, 2009

Eh hem........mmmm

OK, so with a little bit of shame I must admit that I found myself in a theater this afternoon.
I begged my daughter My oldest daughter wanted some one on one time with me and begged me to go to a matinee with her.
We went and saw New Moon.
Uhm, it was really pretty good ANDsorta yummy
I know I was being a little self-righteous in my previous post. (sorry Cherie about the judgey comment I left in your blog about you being over the top and looney over the whole New Moon thing and you've lost your ever-loving mind and all that stuff)
Anyway, when your daughter who has been away from home living all over the country for the past 7 years wants to spend some time with you...well, what can you say? You must sacrifice to make them feel loved.
I was just fulfilling my motherly duties. Really!


Ann Marie said...

I'm glad you liked it!

Cherie said...

I'm so dang proud to call you my friend! :D

Julie Harward said...

Hummm, I might have to go see it, most people I've talked to even today said it wasn't that good?! Guess I'll have to make up my own mind! :D

Kirsten said...

I'm SO proud of you! I knew you could do it! Baby steps...

Kristina P. said...

I don't even know you anymore. Sob. ;)

Kimmie said... are hilarious!! I told Tracy to read Cherie's Blog yesterday and I told him how much I LOVED your comments to her and how much they made me laugh.

Tracy loved your comments as well and told me he loves your personality and said you are AWESOME and loves how you can "say things like they are".

Tracy is VERY Sarcastic and can give a little ribbing every once in awhile and wishes I was more like that (as I grew up with ZERO sarcasm---I don't have one sarcasm bone in my body).

YAY! So glad you enjoyed the movie and even more awesome that you had "one on one" time with your daughter!! These are wonderful memories you will look back on with fondness.

(Maybe someday this long, cold winter I will actually get the Twilight books read, so I can officially understand the excitement about all of this).

HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! Are you going to be around, or are you leaving town? I found the yummiest Huckleberry treat you would enjoy and wanted to drop it by Wednesday night).

Anywho, sorry for the novel. I sure enjoy you!!

Nana said...

Yes, you must sacrifice. No matter how corney, corny, whatever, the Twighlight series is, it will get you.

Happy Thanksgiving!

I don't know why I bother cleaning the house, you are right, it will stay clean for about 3 minutes.

Camille said...

I'm not a huge fan, but am so curious to go see it! One of these days... :)

Just Breathe said...

Sweet. I have supported everyone on their blogs over their love for the movie coming out. I know nothing about it but I am going to watch Twilight and then see New Moon. I think it's time to join the club. Glad you liked it.

Connie said...

We must sacrifice for our children. Haven't seen it yet but I will, I REALLY will!
Enjoy your Thanksgiving with your family!

The Crash Test Dummy said...

Hi Egan! Happy Thanksgiving! I love that you put the fun in dysfunctional. hee hee

Hey, someone from this blog, maybe you, are my 40,000th hit! Wahoo! I should get you a prize. Maybe I will

Yvonne said...

We moms do just about anything for our kids ; )

I'm hoping to see Blindside with my kids while we're together over the holiday.

I think you are so cute and get such a kick out of reading your blog.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

wendy said...

Ah Ha --you gave in.
but I KNOW you were just doing what any good mom would do --to go with your daughter

just like when I go see my kids, they will MAKE me go --DRAG me there

But Cherie ---she needs help. Maybe you and I should help her with a little intervention

kado! said...

just here to wish you a Very Happy Thanksgiving!!!

...I'll be back soon to catch up...when I'm back in the real phone does not even work here in WV!

gigi said...

Mother~Daughter time, awe...

Glad you enjoyed it! We went and saw the Blind Side and I loved it!!