Monday, January 28, 2008

Cough. Wheeze, Ugh. . . I'm Still Alive

The flu has taken our house hostage for about a week.

I used to be a healthy person.

I've been sick more in the last year than in the last 15.

Oh well, I'm back at work after missing two days in a row for the first time in recent memory.

I've got some catching up to do, but I'll try to check in.

What did you guys do this weekend?


Anne said...

I used to be a healthy person.

Lol! I so sympathize!!

What did I do this weekend? I recovered. I hope. I've been sick, off and on but never really quite healthy, ever since New Year's Day. Fight on, lymphocytes! Hope you're feeling better today.

But I did see some movies this weekend: Cloverfield and There Will Be Blood in the theaters, and The Departed and 3:10 to Yuma at home. We were going to see Persepolis, but that didn't pan out.

Brave Sir Robin said...

I've been sick, off and on but never really quite healthy, ever since New Year's Day.

Yes!! Same here!!

I saw your comment about There Will Be Blood

I need to get out, but it takes an act of FSM for me to get to see a film in the Theatre these days.

I need to see: (In no particular order)

No Country For Old Men
There Will Be Blood
Sweeny Todd

Anne said...

My two cents: if you can only see one of those on the big screen, go with Cloverfield, Sweeney Todd, or There Will Be Blood. Cloverfield, being a monster movie, will obviously lose something on a smaller screen. Sweeney Todd has the kind of slam-you-to-the-back-of-your-chair intensity that is great on a big screen with a huge sound system. And I think it will be hard to do justice to the amazing cinematography of There Will Be Blood (not to mention D D-L's very powerful performance, and the OMGwow use of sound/music) on a small screen.