Here it is Tuesday already. The weekend just flew by. We watched a few scary movies; The Eye, The Messengers and Rocky Horror Picture Show. Saw the latter at the theater when it first came out.I must have been really crazy in my twenties because I couldn't even finish watching Rocky Horror Picture show. Hubby said that was when I was Pregnant, that explains it (ha ha). Every one know our heads are just not thinking straight during that time. All the silly cravings. I remember wanting Fruit Loops and not being able to shake it off. Every thing smelled like Fruit Loops even my pillow! Hubby would go to the 7-11 in the middle of the night just to get me some ("follow the Nose").
The Messenger was a very scary one. Crows, a lot of them,are very scary. It is about a family who moves from the city to a rural farm. Sunflowers are going to be the crop for income. However the Farm house, well lets say all the farm building are haunted. We could not figure it out and the ending was suspenseful and a surprising one.
Now The Eye it was a slow one. Getting through the first part was hard. A lady, that has been blind since 5 years old, was getting corneas transplants. She begins to see the dead and her dreams are very real. Her belief is if she finds the Donor it might explain some things. Every doctor thinks she is just having trouble adjusting to the new sense. In searching for the donor the movie picks up the suspense. All I can say is, I do not want cornea transplants! And I made that clear to my family.
We ate Pizza, nuts, popcorn, candy, Cracker Jacks and drank Soda.
What ever happened to those surprises in Cracker Jacks? I remember, rings, balls and whistles just to name a few of the old ones. All I got was paper jokes and they weren't even funny! Here they are: 1. Why do sharks only swim in salt water? Because pepper water makes them sneeze! 2.Why was the Frog happy? Because he ate everything that bugged him. I vote for the rings, balls and whistles to make a come back. After all isn't it us who likes Cracker jacks, it's an old icon.