Well, since you refuse to write, what have you been doing?

So glad you asked!

Other than reading the #downtonabbey timeline on twitter and cruising the YouTubes for Downton Abbey clips in which to spoil myself, I have finally finished the Downton Abbey poster.

I haven’t actually printed one as it still resides on my hard drive in PDF purgatory (plus, I may want to flip some words around to give it a different balance).   None of the locations on the print are fictitious (real places) and I was careful not to use anything pertaining to the actual production, but I don’t think I will sell them, I will most likely do a giveaway so stay tuned if you want one.

I’ve also made another print (in color) but that is over on my other blog. I would have posted it here as well, but I’m too tired right now to look for the files.  So just go over there to look if you are so inclined.

On another note, I also looked at a townhouse (a dirt cheap townhouse) yesterday as I desperately want to move.  But I still have ambitions of moving to California, but no one seems to want to hire me from waaaayyy over here on the east coast.  I *did* look at a job in Saudia Arabia that looks quick interesting.  But first, I need way more information about living there, but I am intrigued.

And now I have to get up from this computer and go into my bedroom to watch a movie I rented from iTunes.  Well, one of three movies.  I rented X-Men: First Class, which I promptly fell asleep to last night.  Yes, just that boring.  I did play it again this morning when I got up.  I was not impressed.  I like James McAvoy as an actor, but not as Charles Xavier… only Patrick Stewart is Charles Xavier in my mind.  But, OMG!! Michael Fassbinder… how handsome is he!!!

I also rented Bridesmaids and Captain America (a sucker for superheros).  I will only watch one film tonight, I just can’t decide which.  I probably should save Bridesmaids for after work tomorrow when I will most likely need a good laugh.

Decisions, decisions… night, night, chickies!

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5 thoughts on “Well, since you refuse to write, what have you been doing?

  1. Yes, Michael Fassbinder is fine! I thought he was the only good thing about the newest Hollywood version of Jane Eyre–as a connoisseur of Jane Eyre adaptations, his Mr. Rochester was acceptable but not as tasty as Toby Smith. I almost want to watch X-Men just for him in turtle neck sweaters, but now I think I’ll pass.

    Bridesmaids is hilarious! I laughed so loud I almost hurt myself.

    • Was that him in Jane Eyre? I didn’t recognize him. But agree about the turtlenecks. So very hot in them. Is he the one dating Halle Berry now?

      Since watching Bridesmaids I find myself laughing at odd moments during the day just from thinking about it!

      • I didn’t know he was dating Halle Berry. Why does that make me like him more?

        Yeah, I was cracking myself up for weeks repeating the Megan character’s pick up lines to the air marshall. “Do you feel that heat coming off of that radiator?”

      • Ooops! Got it wrong, he’s dating Zoe Kravitz. Which is weird to me, because in my head, Zoe is still like 14. I think she is 21 now.

      • Also… I don’t remember that line. In the version of Bridesmaids I saw she says “Do you feel that heat, that’s coming from my undercarriage.” And then when they rolled the credits, there was a video of her and the Air Marshall making a sex tape. I saw the unrated version which was probably more raunchy than the theatrical release.

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