I got this idea from Glamour magazine. They have a section called Hey, It’s Okay and will list a bunch of things to be okay about. You're welcome to join in and do something like this on your diary. Doesn't have to be on a Tuesday either.
To have liked the movie Little Fockers but not as much as the second one, Meet the Fockers. What can I say, I cracked up each time that little kid went, "Ass. Hooooooolllllleeeeee."
To want to see the new Adam Sandler movie, the one where he pretends to be married.
To still think of Jennifer Connelly as Sarah from Labyrinth. "You have no POWER over me!"
To not be able to figure out Tommy's Kung Zhu Zhu pet game. I tried to play a level and I sucked. I still am the champion of MarioKart on Nintendo 64 though.
To have finished 3 out of the 4 books that I checked out at the library while visiting my parents. I have until Wednesday to finish the last one. (The books I finished are Not My Daughter by Barbara Delinksy, The Bright Star in the Sky by Marian Keyes, and Big Boned by Meg Cabot. All enjoyable. All I recommend.)
To be curious about that oatmeal that McDonalds now serves. Normally I'm not a fan of oatmeal unless it has lots of sugar in it. Like I LOVE the strawberries and cream oatmeal and always wondered how people could eat the plain crap and like it.
To have actually won Yahtzee when I played with my Mom and Nana Jo. I mean, okay, it was the very last game but still. And I didn't curse when the dice wouldn't listen to me either even though I wanted to call them all sorts of awful names.
To be taking my Mom to The Cheesecake Factory for lunch. She's not entirely thrilled as she says that she seems to gain weight whenever I visit. Gee, wonder why ;)
To have picked up some Sketcher Tone Ups today. The Shape Ups are nice, but I sort of feel like I'm in heels, and I teeter every which way and I worried I'd go careening into a stranger if I got them. So I went for the Tone Ups, which feel more like regular shoes. That was another gift from my parents. Now I can tone my buttocks, as it said on the box. Neat.
To be ready for television shows to come off of Christmas break.