Wednesday, July 9, 2008

{hancock}

well, we finally got to our movie night. Mark and i went for a "night on the town". Woo-hoo, a little BBQ chicken, some Dollar Tree shoppin', and a movie. We are real party animals, yeah? Rock Stars we are, Nickelback's got not nothing on US!! Its the life! Anyway, all sarcasm aside, we did have a pretty good little date night. The whole Dollar Tree expereince with Mark, I truly could have skipped. It wasn't until tonight that I realized that I have never actually been to the Dollar Tree with Mark and I'm thinking that we should have kept it that way. He didn't want to be in there, he wanted to go, so what better way to torture me than to continually ask how much everything was. The funny thing is, he put more in the cart than I did. I went in looking for a chipboard book that Juliet had found in Virginia (they didn't have it), we walked out with grooming & back to school supplies by the truckload, but I lucked out with post it notes that say "the princess gets what the princess wants"....maybe that's what I should write all of my "honey do lists" on....

The movie of choice, "hancock". It was actually really good. Not thrilled with the language. Its one that Action won't be seeing anytime soon unfortunately. He had it on his list of summer must see's. But the language was a strong PG-13, which I don't know why they have to do that. It makes me crazy. Anyway, date night over and I am back to being "blogger betty" and he is watching "So you think you can dance" with that laughin heinia lady (she makes my skin crawl).

9 comments:

scrapperjen said...

Well Betty Blogger - you ARE rock stars! :) DH & DS saw hancock and they liked it too.
Have a GREAT day!
HUGS!

Anonymous said...

Do you want me to see if our Dollar Tree still has them and send you some?

Juliet

flava k said...

Us girls saw yesterday, Kitt Kiteredge (sp?) An American Girl. Excellante movie! I think you would love it.

gottablogmom said...

Ok, I just want to say that apparently I am no where near the rock star realm as I have no idea what the Nickelbeck (or whatever the heck that name was) reference means. Apparently living in Snoozerville with younguns means you can not possibly be rockstars. Oh and you broke a cardinal law! Never take a man to the Dollar Tree!!!! There is a sign on the door, "No Men and No Pets except Service animals for the handicapped"

Lily said...

omg, your hubby and mine could be related! We had a sinilar conversation on a recent misguided furniture shopping jaunt (see my blog). Thanks for the review of hancock. If we ever getout with our kids it's on our list.

Lorrie said...
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Lorrie said...

I want to see Hancock myself. I love me some Will Smith.
Sounds like you're enjoying this childless time!! lol.

Krissynae said...

what a fun date night.

Sara said...

Sounds like our kind of "date night"! Can't wait to see Hancock!

Thanks for the pea praise on my LO's! I HAD to come & peek at your blog & I'll be back!

BTW-- Love the whole "Betty Blogger"!! LOL!!