Wednesday, August 22, 2012

My list for today


1. Den and I wanted to see Hope Springs today 
but then we heard it was raunchy.
So instead we saw this one:

I couldn't figure out how to like it. 
Dennis said it was the poorest story line he has ever seen in a movie.
I'm pretty sure it was written and directed by a 10 year old.


2. Richie has learned how to press the pause button while watching his Baby Einstein.
He must feel like he can control the world now!


3. This one made me laugh.
I think it reminds me of what my little boys would have said back in the day.


4. For every 30 minutes my Dad is in his chair, Susan does this to change the pressure points.



The days must be so long for both of them.


That's it for now.


11 comments:

Tyler Heasley said...

Rich has this thing with buttons. He likes to push them. All the time.

Karen Mortensen said...

Thanks for the movie review. I kind of wanted to see that but I guess not now.
Thanks for the picture of your dad. At least he looks in good spirits. Give him a hug for me.

Grandma Honey said...

Karen~ Sorry to ruin the movie for you. But keep in mind that's just our opinion. And one thing for sure, this movie is very clean. Nothing wrong with it in that way.

Anonymous said...

That Susan! She's the best!
darlene

Anonymous said...

Hope Springs VERY funny and a must for any married couple.

Grandma Honey said...

Darlene..I totally and completely agree with what you said about Susan!
Did you also make the comment about Hope Springs?

Sue said...

Susan is wonderful.

And Hope Springs wasn't. It was simply awful.

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grandmapeg said...

Thanks for the movie review. I couldn't tell from the advertisements whether it was going to be good or not. Susan looks like she gets her exercise doing that. Hopefully she has the strength to do that. They are in my prayers.

Anonymous said...

No. It wasn't me, and I didn't see Hope Springs.
darlene

Eileen said...

Oh, I was very touched by Susan ~ so sweet. And such a wonderful idea! I wish I had known to do that for my parents when they needed it.

Thanks for the movie review and for the cute story (I love the way little minds work!), and for the even cuter story (and photo) of Richie! That's adorable! And I can't get over how even the tiny ones are technology savvy! Remarkable!

Love and Prayers,
Eileen

Anonymous said...

Highly recommend 2016!!!!! WOW is all I can say