Monday, January 5, 2009

Wait, I can't keep laying around?

Seth looked at me the other day after we had watched the 9th episode straight of Heroes and told me we needed to get up and do something. I promptly told him I wasn't going to do that and then immediately felt guilty and lazy. Looking back, I am realizing that going with my first response to any question is my new motto for 2009. No more of this indecisive CRAP. I knew we should have stayed on the couch, we did, and I loved every freaking minute of it. Seth never lounges like that. He NEVER decides he's not going to work. I don't have to decide because being a teacher affords that decision to be made for me at times. Seth, on the other hand, really has a difficult time not working. Me, not so much. Let's be honest though. After this baby is born the sheer option of watching an entire season of a TV show in two days, work or not, will be nonexistent. I am simply taking advantage while I can right? Besides, I have an uncontrollable weakness for freakishly bizarre TV shows where you spend an inordinate amount of time hypothesizing the outcome of each character. Baby or no baby on the way, I can't be sure I wouldn't do it all over again.

We topped off our laziness once the season ended by going to see a movie yesterday. We had been joking since seeing the first preview that "Marley and Me" had to be a direct replica of our life as we have known it since Molly joined our family. Not to mention, I am positive I will look like Jennifer Aniston after three kids so the dog correlation wasn't the only thing that matched us to this movie ;-) At any rate, I can't say enough good things about this movie. My only suggestion is not to go and see it if you are pregnant. I had to force myself not to turn into a sobbing maniac. If you have a dog, have ever had a dog, or even wish you had a dog this movie will leave you in a puddle. It's a must see, crying like a baby and all.

Unfortunately, my lazy couch potato ways ended this morning when my alarm when off. Back to reality and the world of the second grader.

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