On the surface, it started out like a usual day: Take care of the cats (grooming and feeding), have breakfast, check and answer emails in my personal inbox, etc.
Got a phone call from sis. She and hubby invited me to join them at the movie theater. Oh yes! Right! It’s Tuesday! It’s the official Movie Day in her house. She was planning to see a movie that I’ve been wanting to see: “12 Years a Slave.” Had a quick lunch, picked them up, and off we went.
Well, I have to tell you, it was one of the best movies I’ve seen. It was first recommended to me by a very dear friend named Robin. The title tells you what it’s about. No holds barred on this one. Powerful. Brad Pitt makes a surprise, small appearance near the end. Here’s the link to a trailer:
Recommended without any hesitations. Won’t go into details; if you’re curious (and haven’t heard about it), look it up at http://www.imdb.com/
Have to interrupt this blog – one of my cats, Rusty, who has made himself very comfortable on my desk, has “chirped” at me to let me know I have to stop typing and pet him. And if I don’t do it now, he will continue “chirping.” Petting done, now I can continue!!!
Err, not really. Romeo has just joined Rusty on my desk, and is needing some petting also.
Oops! How can I continue typing if Romeo’s tail is laying on my keyboard?
OK, boys, can I continue now? Thanks.
Checked my Sunshine inbox to see a very lovely and supportive comment from one of my bloggers that I follow. I felt truly humbled. She has been supporting me on every blog this “newbie” has posted. Thanks so much, Cher. Please check out her wonderful “The Chicago Files” at http://thechicagofiles.wordpress.com/ and you will learn so much about the “windy city” in a light, humorous way.
This is a special day. My late husband’s birthday. Of course, I think of him every day, but this day was his birthday. It still is. His son and his family, who live in NC, called this evening just to chat and check up on me. He’s so thoughtful – always was. I gave them an earful about my last few days, and, since he’s always been close with his Dad, spoke about him. It was a lovely call, and I think I kept him on far longer than I thought I would. It was just so good speaking to him and his wife. I do miss them.
So, this “Twisting and Turning” day was just that. I ran the gamut of many different emotions, and best of all, I will fall asleep tonight, knowing it was a good day after all.