Last night Aaron and I went to see "The Switch" and we LOVED it!
It was the perfect mix of a Man's show with a romantic comedy. You know, when people have attempted that before it turns out to just be a really rotten dirty show, but this one was fairly clean. I loved it!
Also, looking at it online, it says that there's nudity? but I don't remember any.
I loved it!
Monday, September 27, 2010
In high school, as some of you may or may not know, I was kind of "bullied" in my senior year. I felt like that was the only way to describe it? They were former friends, and made my last half of the year awful.
I was definitely sensitive, but it was really hard on me. My car would be covered in chinese food in the morning, threatening words were placed on myspace, people would come up to me and ask about rumors they had heard about me. I tried to keep quiet about how I felt and how much it was affecting me, I lived in a small town and just one word could make it even worse. I remember once being dangerously cut off on the free way by one of the girls.
I won't go into the story line of how it began, because now it all seems so pointless and silly. In the moment it was a very dark time for me. I was scared to leave my home and go to the mall. I lost a lot of weight.
A week or so after it began, I realized who my true friends were. I became closer with them and they are some of the people I still keep in contact with today.
I'm thinking about a day in particular, where I felt comforted, and knew that everything would be okay. A guy from my school randomly started texting me. We were acquaintances, his best friend was one of my best friends at the time. We decided to go to the tanning salon, because prom was coming up. I think all we did was eat some french fries, and go to the tanning salon, and split up. He was a ray of light in that dark time. I knew that someone cared. After that, I got rude messages about putting his picture on the side of my myspace, in the "people I admire section" and I think he was probably asked about it too. I don't think we talked after graduation.
About three or four years ago, he was killed in a car accident, soon after my graduation. I just realized today how much I appreciated that one moment of time, before he died, that he shared a little bit of his sweet and perfect friendship with me.
Thanks Sid. You really made a difference.
Thursday, September 23, 2010
This is the second week my teacher has not come to class without emailing us.
This makes it much more difficult to go to class, when
a) I rode my bike, and ever since I became pregnant, my asthma has been my bff, we're totally attached at the hip!
b) I was taking a suh-weet nap in the comfiest bed ever
c) We're already 3 weeks behind in the 4 or 5 weeks of school this semester
d) Aaron's not home, so I don't have anything to kill time until he is home
I think that last one is the real reason I'm so ticked. And maybe the nap thing, too.
Wednesday, September 22, 2010
Aaron is singing "You'll be in my Heart" from Tarzan.
But, for Aaron, the words are not "You'll be in my heart, no matter what they say, You'll be here in my heart, always"
"Wingardium Leviosa, Wingardiiiiiium Leviosa, Wingaaardiumm levi... Osa"
"This one tii-hiiime, I ate an old frenhench fryyyy"
"You're my-hi ba-haaaby, You're myyyHIII ba-haby, You're myHIII bay ay bee, baby"
I love him so much it hurts.
Monday, September 20, 2010
I think I'm stuck.
Sometimes, when you're brain is blocked, it means it is time for a new blog. Back when I was the real Bonzombie, After the Dear John and finding my Loooooove, I created this Mrs-Herrmann blog. But lets be real. I'm just not myself, here. I feel like maybe there is a new chapter in my life opening, and maybe... just maybe, this is where my new chapter begins.
I feel like when you become a married person, it's hard to share your frustrations, your wants and needs. You don't want to seem like you're unhappy in your life, in your blessed situation, and that it can seem a reflection on your marriage. Anything negative can (and honestly, will) be taken as "this girl is unhappy in her life".
But wait! that sounded negative too! And I was just writing exactly what was on my mind.
Alls I'm trying to say is - I'm happy! And I have blogger's block. I want to be able to write the exact way I feel, without the exaggeration I always seem to add in.
Something about growing a baby makes you crazy.
Friday, September 3, 2010
I made this handy little schedule for aaron and I so we don't have to constantly be like "where are you"
See that little white gap? that is our time together, during the week we get about 8 hours together, total. But lets be real, some of that is sleeping, and doing errands.
We do have saturday and sundays off, but as you can see, that is our only time to do anything, so we also cram in family time, church, preparing for church... etc.
I'm not really complaining, it kind of makes the week go by fast until we have time to sleep in and see eachother. I don't think I'd have it any other way...
But, I was talking to aaron today
24 hours in a day.
8.5 hours at work
8 hours (hopefully) asleep
2 hours commuting
3 hours at school
1 hour at the gym
Thats 22 hours.
and then maybe i'll cook and eat something.
lets just say that takes another half hour.
also take into consideration showering.
That takes me another half an hour.
So there's about an hour in there to destress.
girlfriend needs another vacation.