The verdict on The Vow?
It was okay. Definitely not excellent though. Yes, it is worth it to still go see it in the movie theater. No, I will not disclose anything that happened — however, I do think one of the reasons why i didn’t enjoy it as much as I thought I would have was because Rachel McAdams’ character was kind of devoid of any sort of passion. My favorite movie with her is The Notebook (obviously, right?) and that movie screams passion.
Bottom line? Still go see it — don’t expect to be blown away.
This morning was super lazy on my part. We got hoe from the show around 10:30 last night, and I was asleep by 11:00. Aaand then I was still awake at 5:30 this morning. I tried to fight it for a while, but ended up just getting out of bed to eat some breakfast in the quiet. After I was finished, I decided I should probably go back to bed — and I did. I rarely go back to bed after I am up for the day and will nap later on if I’m extremely tired, but today I was feeling it. I read my book for about a half an hour before I fell asleep and stayed there until about 8:30 this morning.
Unfortunately, that meant I missed yoga. This morning sleep trumped yoga.
I spent the remainder of the morning going to about a zillion grocery stores (okay, 3) and getting our weekly haul of groceries. After I put everything away, I sat down to my favorite meal as of late.
Sauted kale and onions (with a little liquid aminos), a sweet potato, and a fried egg. All doused with a generous dollop of ketchup as well.
The rest of the day includes cleaning my disgusting house, mailing some packages out, and going on a date night for Valentine’s Day with the Husband later on tonight!
Have a great Saturday everyone!
PS – I’m guest posting over at The Daily Crumb today – go check it out!