Sunday, November 20, 2005

Good morning Sunday ...

I have a horrible habit - regiment. It's Sunday, but I still set the alarm for 7. Saturday too. During the week, I get up at 6. Just cause. That's the time to get up.

So here it is 8:30 and I've already read two newspapers and looked at all the good ads (weak this week) and I thought I'd come blog and spill my guts.

Saw the new Harry Potter movie last night. It was excellent. Parts of it were better than any other HP movie I've seen. Parts of it were weaker. I wouldn't say this was the best movie yet, but I wasn't disappoined - as my wife was. It was a little scarier than the previous ones, but my 5 year old slept just fine when we got home. Ron said "hell" a few times, but other than that, the PG-13 is unneccesary (in my opinion). We tried to go to the 5:10, but when we got there (at 4:40) it was already sold out. So was the 6:20. So we went to the 7:20. The kids stayed up very well. I was a proud dad.

To kill time we went to ... ... the new super center in Claramherstiamsville - whatever that is there. Very nice. A little more high class than the one in Springville. More Wegmans than Tops, if you caught my analogy on the show the other day. At one point, we overheard some guy talking on his cell phone he said, "Oh, you're in Walmart. Me too. Where you at?" Thought that was funny. We ended up buying a little thing of coffee as a present for my wife's boss (don't tell him) and a bag of potatoes for Thanksgiving Dinner.
Today's ads, as I said, weren't that great. I figure the good ones come out on Wednesday. Most of the entertainment ads (Circuit City, Best Buy, etc) feature the new War of the Worlds movie with Tom Cruise, which I think looks dreadful. BUT - alongside it, I noticed that the old show, War of the Worlds, has released season one. That was one of my favorite shows EVER. I'm jazzed. Told my wife I'd like it for Christmas. *crosses fingers*
Well, I'm off to get ready for my part time Sunday job. I have a long day ahead of me. TTYL.