Eight Below (2006) = 7/10. What could possibly be cuter than humanizing animals?
In what was probably the 7th most exhausting thing I've ever done in my entire, two wedding registries were started this weekend. It's all coming so quickly! I told Doug last Tuesday he had his choice of doing 1 of 3 wedding-related thing on Thursday- a) beginning the registration process, b) looking at rings for him (and maybe a band for me), c) listening to my decoration ideas for everything. He said, "Let's do it all." And he wasn't joking. Someone grossly underestimated the time it takes to pick out wants with a scanner. I have a feeling that the entire registry process is likely to upwards of a full day.
Friday evening when I got to my apartment, a letter was tacked to my front door. It probably ended up in someone else's mailbox. Click on the picture to read my name.
Here's a hint to all you marketing people: calling me "The Amazing Rachel" sounds completely hokey and won't ease me in to buy your product/service. In fact, the name sounds a whole lot like a magician. Does this actually work for some people? Do some people actually open the mail, find that someone addressed it to a stupid name, and then buy the product? I guess it serves the purpose of getting my attention.