Monday, May 19, 2008

You can have anything on the top shelf.

Dear loyal readers and general internets, my apologies for not gracing you with a witty yet inspiring blog in over ten days. Unfortunately, my upcoming nuptials and piece of crap job are keeping me from you. In case you were wondering, I am well. No, I have not yet contracted the nasty crud that FI came down with last week and no, my wedding invitations have not been sent.

I watched TV this weekend for a first time in a loooong time. The finale of the office was hilarious – but why didn’t they just let Jim propose. I feel for you Pam, I waited four long years for my ring – but it’s worth the wait. The best was when Dwight told the new HR lady that Kevin has special needs. FI and I were dying!

Dwight: Have you been introduced to Kevin?
Holly: Which one's Kevin?
Dwight: He's here on a special work program. He's slow, you know, in his brain.
Holly: Oh. Good for you guys.
Dwight: Yeah.

[after being told Kevin was 'slow in the brain']

Holly: Cool! You drive your own car?
Kevin: Yup. This is my car. Do you drive your own car?
Holly: Yep. Just like you.
Kevin: Okay bye.
Holly: Bye... Kevin, I'm really proud of you.

Speaking of Jim, I watched the last 30 minutes of License to Wed. I love both him and Mandy Moore (and the cameos from the entire cast of The Office). It was average at best, and if you are going to watch it – the last 30 minutes sums it up.

I also watched the last 30 minutes of The Last Mimsy (stupid and magical) and Girl Interrupted (one of my favorite Angelina Jolie performances).

A friend turned me on to Flight of the Conchords. If you don’t know what this is, you must discover them. Google it, set your tivo to record HBO, go to youtube, take some action to discover. They are f’ing hilarious.

I cannot guarantee more blogs this week as we are going to San Fran for a long weekend (for a wedding and brief encounter with FI’s witch of an aunt). I will do my best. In the meantime, be well.

1 comment:

Jennie! said...

I wanted to punch Andy Bernard in the neck when he stole Jim's thunder.