I chronicle the day, and it was one of those days that worked well. We were both comfortable in our skins this day. Best of all, we found a favorite Amvet’s Thrift store that had a bathroom accessible to it’s customers. Sometimes my IBS needs one. I found an ugly green Dana Bachman purse that I adore. We found a deli out in the hinterlands that was so unmemorable we won’t eat there again, visited, and saw Heat.
“Heat” was pretty good tho we both felt it could have also been tightened up. We both felt the uptight Sandra Bullock character stayed corseted too long and returned to type too soon to make the movie balance. Melissa McCarthy is a winner any which was one finds her.
Salad and a romantic break before more of the wonderful “West Wing” which is in the midst of the… “The multiple sclerosis arc (also introduced in the first season) became central late in the second season as staff members were introduced one-by-one to the president's ailment and the public is made aware. This theme would remain central to the series.” Wikipedia, Season 2. Mrs. Landingham dies when hit by a drunk driver while bringing her brand new car back to the White House. This reduced me to tears and left me wondering why they wrote her out.
Yes, we have been totally sucked in. Now we have to wait for more of the series to arrive in our mailbox to find out what happens next.
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