Monday, August 27, 2007

Tears, smiles


Sarah and I had a chick flick weekend - two girl movies that made us cry and laugh, with a little romance splashed in. Yes, we thoroughly enjoy those. The first one was "No Reservation", which was not really a good name for the movie, but the movie had a good story and good acting. And a 'bonus' really good kiss, too. When we got to the theater carrying our jackets, there were signs in the ticket window saying there was no a/c in our theater. We were both pretty happy about that news. For once we didn't have to freeze while trying to get through two hours of sitting still in a frosty room. The second movie we watched at home the next day after running errands. It was "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants". Yep, a girl classic, to be sure. So, more tears and more laughs. Then when I got to work this morning, more tears- ok well, maybe just smarting eyes. You guessed it, another customer with dragon breath. This time I think it was kimchee and 14 bulbs of garlic. I'm getting good at holding my breath, though.

12 comments:

Jeff said...

If Harry cried, too, we the readers demand to know about it.

Jeff said...

And I'm with you on the temperature. It's like Alaska in there.

KelliOnSaipan said...

Sorry Jeff - no tears from Harry to squeal on. Not that anyone would be able to tell as he is under water the whole weekend.

Lewie Tenorio said...

I tried to watch "Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants" just for chick sighting. I fell asleep.

Harry Blalock said...

Lewie, if you want to watch a good chick flick, there was one recently that had Texas Hold'em Poker and golf in it. It was basically the perfect chick flick for guys, it was called Lucky You.

KelliOnSaipan said...

Harry that was NOT a chick flick! And Lewie, thanks for commenting, it made me realize I wrote Secret instead of Sisterhood - I fixed it.

Lewie Tenorio said...

It's babe flick,Drew Barrymore's in it.

Deece said...

I really want to see No Reservations. Have you seen The Notebook. I cry everytime.

KelliOnSaipan said...

I don't think I've seen the Notebook. Actually today would be a good movie day - pouring down rain, settle on the couch with a bowl of popcorn and hot chocolate. Mmmm - girl days are great.

Bev said...

i think you should have a little small tray on your desk with breathe mints on it for people that come your way!

KelliOnSaipan said...

Bev, yes, I've tried that. But the ants eat more mints than the offenders. Good thought, though.

John Dax said...

I am still a bit broken hearted and cynical when it comes to love stories. I once believed that a situation like The Notebook and even Love in the time of Cholera existed. Now, love stories to me look more like Message in a Bottle. “There is love of course. And then there's life, its enemy.” Jean Anouilh