Home Room (2002) = 3/10. Slloooowwww.
The Nanny Diaries (2007) = 5.5/10. I mean, I sorta liked it, but it was told in a weird way and the book was WAY better and you got a better sense of how screwed up the Grover was.
Since my last post:
*I saw my first Smart Car in Oklahoma:
The tag appropriately displays "SMARTY."
*Brother Geoff got inducted to National Honor Society (like his brilliant sister before him):
That's his butt receiving the certificate.
*In the grocery store, Doug discovered that apparently Jewish salt miners have a sense of humor:
*Because I blogged about getting a passport, circumstances have changed of course. No getting a passport this month because I will not have any leave time at the end of the year to take the working (for Doug) vacation to Chicago.
*I'm officially no longer a Priceline virgin. Doug graciously let me bid on a hotel room for the 1-night stay in St. Louis for the road trip to Chicago. I'd say $48 is a great price for this Hyatt Regency. Especially considering that the Motel 6 (the hotel we ALWAYS used growing up) in the area is $41. I think I'm now addicted to traveling this way!