G’nite

I don’t have anything much to say other than that today was an intensely long day which was kind of fine bc it was a relaxing day. I had “Serious Job Hunting” day yesterday so I had a “Nuture Your Creative Side” day today. I crocheted a lot today and I fooled around with my pictures. I also wrote that intensely long Universal blog.

I watched a lot of TV too. I watched three episodes of the Sopranos, Season 6, On Demand. It’s weird to watch the Sopranos from LA bc I can actually see home. It was weird to watch it FROM Kearny but watching it from here is very surreal and comforting. An episode I watched today actually showed a rower in the Passaic. He docked at the KHS boathouse. Love that show.

I also watched five episodes of The L Word which was surreal in that I’m HERE now. I know the show wasn’t shot in LA but it’s set in LA in West Hollywood. West Hollywood is only 15 minutes or so from here. Also The L Word made me want to work out. I didn’t, but I wanted to.

Also, I watched the Golden Globes…twice. Ricky Gervais seemed like he was pissing people off! I LOVE him and thought he was funny but I don’t think anyone else did…Anyway, the company I’m interning at won a couple of Golden Globes! (Or at least were Golden Globe adjacent bc of wins…) So that was exciting! But Gabby Sidibe and Precious were f’n robbed!!! The Blind Side and Avatar, give me a break. I’m glad that Drew Barrymore win for Grey Gardens, she was funny in it as Lil Edie.

So I guess it’s time to go to sleep. I’m gonna do a lil reading first.

Don’t let the bed bugs bite.

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One thought on “G’nite

  1. notesofasexiststayathomefather says:

    LESBIAN DOUBLE STANDARD: This week we had in-laws over for dinner. Inspired by Chuck we made our own pizzas, including a goat cheese, roasted butternut squash, arugula, olive oil pie…yum! yum! Anyway, over dinner conversation my wife was telling Grandma & Grandpa about how we got a free subscription to Showtime, and that we’re recording ‘The L Word‘, a drama about lesbians. My wife observed: “How come we hear about women who are sick of men and start dating other women? But we never hear a man say, ‘I’m sick of women! I think I’ll start dating men!’”

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