She asked me to fill in. I went thru a list of other people who would do a much better job filling in and she agreed with my list and she agreed that you all would do a much better job with this blog post. There are countless others who would totally rock it out writing on this blog for today but she was too busy and too lazy to ask any of you, so you are stuck with me. Hooray for you. Be gentle in your comments. I am a very metrosexy, sensitive male and I need lots of 'you are awesome'-s to get me through the day.
So, to give her time to work on the book, the boys and I get to hang out lots together to give her time to work out her 'issues.' Like last night - Brodi is out of town. And, wouldn't you know it, Kid C decides to get sick. Now Kid C rarely gets sick and he never throws up. Both happened last night. At 3am, while he is relieving himself of his stomach contents, he looks right at me and with a pained expression says 'I am too young to die.' I agreed with him while screaming encouragingly at him 'YOU ARE NOT GOING TO DIE ON MY WATCH KID C!!!!!!!!!' I have little doubt that he will feel better the minute Brodi walks in the door. Until then, I will continue to let him know that he is not going to die and that he will feel better...someday. The pic on the left has absolutely nothing to do with him puking last night - unless he ate some of the quarters that he was saving, but I don't think that is the case.
During revisions and during her writing, the boys and I get to get out of the house and explore. If you are ever looking for things to do in Utah, let us know because we have done some fun things. From wandering aimlessly during a hot summer day on Antelope Island to being amazed by monstrous truck tires at the Kennecott Copper Mine. For just straight up strangeness, visit Gilgal Gardens. I would like a little bit of whatever the person was eating when he created those sculptures in the gardens. Crazy cool stuff. Mrs. Fields has a fun laid back tour of its cookie making facility in West Valley that is worth it because of the treats at the end of the tour. The International Peace Gardens is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon as well. There are also countless museums, aquariums, etc. throughout the city. If you have any siteseeing suggestions along the Wasatch Front, let me know in the comments.
If any of you are simply looking for a break at the end of a day, two new shows have caught our eye and they are both British imports (Yay for Britain!):
Luther - a BBC show about a flawed detective in London. Love the cinematography and the show is well paced and intense.
- Masterpiece Mystery Sherlock Holmes: A re-telling of Holmes set in modern day London. It is fabulous. It features Martin Freeman (from the British 'Office') as Dr. Watson. And the award for the 'most insane and ludicrous and funny name in showbiz' Benedict Cumberpatch playing the great Sherlock. C'mon, how can you not love someone who grew up with the name Benedict Cumberpatch and lived to tell about it? That is awesome. Great show too.
Good thing that I have my wonderful and tasty Tab cola to get me through the day. I am tempted to give it to Kid C, because as we all should know, Tab is a miracle drink and should basically nuke everything in his stomach. If you have not tried Tab, get on it immediately. Any-hoo, Brodi will be back on Wednesday, welcome her back with open arms.