Here is two month old Molly:
I LOVE the Parade of Homes. Up until this past weekend I had only seen the Parade of Homes in Gainesville. This past Saturday we went to the Parade of Homes here. And woweewowow were they awesome!! The houses we saw were all between $500,000 and $1,000,000… and it showed. They were gorgeous! The first two houses we saw were the best. They were only about 5 or 10 minutes from our house. One of them had it’s own theater room. And it really looked like it, too! A huge screen TV with huge speakers for surround sound and a big couch in the back of the room. Oh it was beautiful. All of the houses had one of my favorite things… a humongous bathroom with a humongous bathtub. And AL could never believe that those rooms inside the bathrooms were walk in closets. They were seriously as big as our hobby room… if not bigger. Anyway, I know this isn’t interesting news or even news at all. But I just wanted to mention that I LOVE the Parade of Homes.
This weekend we rented a few movies, one of which was Open Water. I knew it would be scary. I knew I would end up hiding my eyes through most of the movie. But I wasn’t aware until I saw it, that it IS my worst fear realized. That movie scared the poop out of me. For some reason over the years, I’ve developed an unnatural fear of the open ocean and deep waters. I don’t know where this fear came from, but it’s so bad that I can’t even play a video game that takes place in water. Anywho, this movie is so very frightening… to me. Here is the basic plot from IMDB:
“A young thirtysomething couple goes on holiday to the Caribbean. One of the fun activities open to them is scuba diving off a reef several miles out. Due to a faulty head count taken by the dive boat crew, the couple is left behind in the open ocean. They find themselves drifting endlessly for hours on end, facing dehydration, saltwater sickness, jellyfish stings, and the most frightening menace – sharks! Although several boats and ships pass by within the couple’s view, none sees them, and they are not discovered missing until the following morning when the dive boat crew discovers their gear on the boat, and their hotel manager discovers they never returned to their room. Frantically a search is mounted by plane, boat and helicopter. But it may be too late for the young couple, adrift in the….Open Water! Based on a true story from the South Pacific.”
And I promise you, I would never ever ever be caught in that sort of a situation EVER.