What happened to sitting down and watching a movie?
It's Friday night. I finally arrived home from work at 11pm. Yes, 11. Not that I didn't go in at 8am. When we have a filing deadline, life gets like this. And I love it.
I live for craziness. For juggling. For multitasking.
Lately I have been melancholy because with the kids gone and the job slow, well, there is no multitasking. No insanity. No craziness.
This week? I have it in spades.
And so, the brief filed, my deadlines met, I come home to a fire, a glass of wine, a movie and...facebooking, blogging, research (on a personal level) . When did this last bit of "and" come into my life? When did I forget how to sit down by myself and simply watch a movie?
When did I become my children?
Back to the movie which, ironically, is "Age of Innocence." A movie about NY in the 1800's. No computers. No multimedia. One of the main characters is a lawyer (a guy of course). Somehow this whole situation is making me shake my head at myself.
Happy Friday my friends. I hope you're having a better Friday night than 1/2 watching a bad movie by yourself while cruising the internet and wondering if it's worth it to get your sad butt off the lazyboy couch and stoke the fire that is dying....