Hawaii didn't happen. My ipod froze and wouldn't work so I had to revert to plan 2. Which was thinking of good blog posts. It wasn't too bad. I could think of ............... Oh I don't know............... 500 other things I would rather be doing than getting umpteenth shots in my gums and having my teeth deep cleaned.
On another note:
I did take the OP and MP to UP in 3D! It was cute I suppose. Expensive (but that is another blog post) Maybe I wasn't in the right frame of mind but I thought it was a little DEEP for little kids. It just made me sad and I didn't need sad. Does anyone else feel the same way? I have heard nothing but rave reviews about how great it was. Even from friends. Maybe it is just me and my current situations: losing a baby, and both of my Grandpas this year and watching my Grandma's miss them so so much. I just thought for a Disney movie it just had some real adult situations going on there. Maybe I try to shelter my kids from those things too much. I just want them to not have to worry about the woes of the world at the age of 6 and 3. Or of for that matter until they are adults. What do you think?
However this probably is in true Disney fashion. Most of the movies only depict one parent as it is or they lose one in the midst of the movie or they don't have any. Interesting really. I guess I could look at it like Disney is teaching my kids the hardships of life for me. Thanks Disney.
The upside of the day: my hubs gets to go with me. He has an appointment too. Too bad we will be numb afterwards - we won't be visiting PF Changs or BJ's Brewery for a nice quiet dinner. Bummer.