Saturday, February 25, 2012

Shut up and pass the lard, please: part 2

Today is a day for running errands. While out, I headed over to Target to pick up a few things. I headed over to the movie section and picked out a few, planning to have a lovely night watching movies and eating popcorn.

Evidently, Target didn't much care for this idea and passive-aggressively suggested a different option by printing out a coupon for $1 off 4 Lean Cuisine frozen meals. Thanks, Target.

Eating my feelings,


Tuesday, February 21, 2012

A conversation about dating

Koko: We need to plan dinner next week

me: Oooh, yes! And maybe you can give me dating advice since whatever I'm doing doesn't work

Koko: What? What happened with the Persian?

me: Good question. I'm assuming he got run over by a bus and therefore is physically unable to text or call me

Koko: Hahahahaha

me: Yeah, I prefer to assume the worst in that sort of situation

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Style of the Sirens: Angela Lansbury

Tale old as time, true as it can be...

Ah, yes. That classic song from the beloved Disney movie, "Beauty and the Beast". Before she immortalized those lyrics or figured out whodunnit as Jessica Fletcher in "Murder, She Wrote", Angela Lansbury was a siren comparable to the other beloved beauties.

It's amazing to think that this lovely lady got her start while World War II was raging on. But whether she was overshadowed by Elizabeth Taylor in "National Velvet", KGB mama Eleanor in "The Manchurian Candidate", or the Dowager Empress in "Anastasia", Angela Lansbury is a film legend to be reckoned with.

In awe of yet another leading lady,