Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Yeah, it's right up there in between old Brady Bunch reruns and the lyrics to Rapture.

Today on the way home from work, we heard "We didn't start the fire" on the radio. I've heard that song probably twice in the last five years or so (mainly because I can't find that CD you made me that had it), but I still remember all the words.

I just thought you would appreciate that, with your love of William Joel. Billy Freaking Joel. B Money.

But I have even more exciting news. In searching for the title to this post, I just googled "Lorelai Gilmore Rapture lyrics."

And my good friend google found me a website that has the script for EVERY SINGLE EPISODE OF GILMORE GIRLS. EVER.

How ridiculous is it that a really big part of me does want to go through and read every single one, in order? Tell me honestly.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

He’s gonna be expecting Chilton High School senior Trixie McBimbo.

You know, Lauren Graham hasn't changed much from Lorelai Gilmore to Sarah Braverman. Neither has her daughter, and the things they're going through.

Lorelai gets Rory to have an alumni dinner with Harvard alum Darren Springsteen (who may or may not be the brother of Bruce. That was left undetermined), and Sarah gets her daughter Amber to meet with Berklee alum Carly Barlow.

When watching this weeks episode, I couldn't help but laugh that Lauren Graham is playing essentially the same character, only a little less stable. And she has a son this time. But the son barely makes any appearances.

It's nice of Lauren Graham to keep up with our Gilmore Girls obsession.

Sunday, November 14, 2010

That's the new Harry Potter on your heads. If they should drop, Harry will die, and there won't be anymore books.

I'm so excited for Harry Potter next weekend! Hoo-lee and I are planning on seeing it at midnight, and it's going to be EPIC! I can't wait.

I was recently looking at the Lego Harry Potter sets, and I think I want all of them. They're just so cool. Hagrid's Hut, The Burrow, (which includes Bellatrix and her wacky hair), The Hogwarts Express, (which has Ron in the flying car), but I think the most awesome is The Hogwarts Castle. Look at the stuff yourself: http://harrypotter.lego.com/en-US/default.aspx. You know you want to get me one, or all, of those for Christmas. (Ok, maybe not all, cause that would be a wee bit expensive, but you could splurge if you wanted to :) I'm worth it after all)

Hoo-lee recently started reading the first Harry Potter book to the twins. I think they really enjoy it. Maybe now when they're playing my Lego Harry Potter video game they won't ask so many questions.

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

It's on fire! It's the broiler.

You know that part at the end of Glee last night, when the football player shoved Kurt against the lockers again, and he fell and just sat there for a minute? He was wearing a yellow coat and yellow rain boots. He looked like Paddington Bear.

And that made me think of you, because of your jacket.

I love that jacket. I still have days when I wish I could borrow. It's too bad we're in different states. Stupid Texas, being so huge. We wouldn't have this problem if we lived in a couple of those tiny little East Coast states.

And this blog title has nothing to do with this post. I had something in mind, but I couldn't find the quote, because I couldn't figure out what episode it was. I'm tired, because for some insane reason, I'm doing NaNoWriMo and NaBloPoMo at the same time. Why not? So finally I just picked a quote I liked. I'm sleepy.

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Two are pom poms, one's a pom!

You know, I never thought I'd have a use for that particular Gilmore Girls quote, but lo and behold the opportunity presented itself!

Yesterday, Julie, the twins and I went the Texas Rangers Rally, and they gave out individual red poms for everyone who came. Check it, here are my favorite twins with their poms.

Elvis Andrus, Nelson Cruz, Neftali Feliz, Ian Kinsler, Michael Young and Josh Hamilton were there. Chuck Greenburg and Nolan Ryan were there. Ron Washington and the boy who dressed up like him for Halloween were there. There were giant screens, and they showed highlights of the season. It was really great to be a part of. There were hundreds of fans there, yelling and cheering. So much fun!

Even though the Rangers didn't win the World Series, they still won my heart!

And here's a quote from our friend Kristi Potter. "Congratulations to San Francisco on having their first heterosexual parade in decades."